DALLAS - The Northwest Independent School District in Texas is coming to market next week with the first slice of a $260 million bond package approved in November to build more schools for a student body growing by about 1,000 students a year.

The suburban Fort Worth district plans to offer $65 million of unlimited-tax school building bonds Tuesday through a negotiated sale led by RBC Capital Markets. Morgan Keegan & Co. and Southwest Securities Inc. are co-managers.

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