DALLAS — The San Antonio Independent School District will ask voters in November to approve its largest bond proposal, $515 million to upgrade facilities and technology.

The district, which has seen enrollment dip by 2.6% since fiscal 2004, wants to close five older schools and move their students into facilities renovated with bond proceeds. The district said the consolidation would save $100 million in operating costs over the next 10 years.

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