What Dallas ISD schools in Oak Cliff will be renovated next?

The next wave of funding for Dallas ISD bond projects received the green light from trustees, including four schools in our neighborhood.

Trustees unanimously voted to approve 23 construction projects that are part of the $1.6 billion 2015 bond program, The Hub reports.  Molina High School, Kimball High School, Hogg Elementary and the old Adamson building all are slated to receive renovations.

Chief operations officer Scott Layne and construction services executive director Tim Strucely  took each campus’ needs into account and revised the construction timeline, according to the Dallas Morning News. An updated Facility Condition Index report, a comparative benchmark that ranks the condition of schools, was used to determine what schools were included in the final plan.

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Learn more about the bond program and the district’s initial plans here.

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