DALLAS — Voters in the South San Antonio Independent School District will head to the polls this fall to weigh in on a $62 million bond package to update aging facilities.

The school board plans to form a committee to outline specific projects to be addressed with bond proceeds. Some trustees want to use the entire bond package to renovate the district’s lone high school, which is more than 50 years old, while other seek a more even distribution of the funds across all 15 campuses.

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