Trustees of Round Rock Independent School District have split a $294.1 million school general obligation bond package into two parts for the Nov. 4 election.

The school board cut several projects from a proposed $350 million bond package developed over the summer by a 55-member committee of parents and community leaders. The board removed a $38.9 million campus for students in alternative education classes but left $4.4 million in the proposal to buy land for the school.

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