DALLAS — A citizens’ bond committee from the Round Rock Independent School District earlier this month recommended a $350 million referendum for the November ballot. But though that number has seen been scaled back, some school officials still worry the amount may be too high and could be rejected by voters in the growing suburban district just north of Austin.

Randy Staats, accounting director for the district, said the potential bond package has already been pared down to $296 million, adding that the school board meets again next week and may modify, add, or delete projects on the referendum.

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