Science students are practicing using lab tools in class.
Burton ISD residents age 65 and older will not be impacted financially by the proposed bond if they have filed the proper Homestead Exemption with the Washington County Central Appraisal District. Their taxes are frozen and cannot go over their frozen amount.
The last bond passed by Burton ISD was 13 years ago, which funded the building of a new elementary school and gym, bus barn and the Ag Building.
Science Lab Safety with their first experiment in Mrs. Bernet's room!
Thank you JB Water Wells and JB Septic Pumping!
BISD has created a Facility Advisory Committee to review the Master Facility Plan& provide feedback. The Committee examined both the current state of the District’s facilities as well as its future needs. In order to best use facilities and maximize their utility, BISD will call a bond to maintain & renovate its existing buildings and sites and for new construction.
Mrs. Bernet's Class is using acetone to chemically break down styrofoam cups.
Why does Burton ISD need a bond? The bond proposal will address aging buildings, accommodate student growth, renovate existing facilities, athletic upgrades, and more. Want more information? Take a look at BISD's bond website. https://www.burtonbond2021.com
Mrs. Bernet's Forensic Science Class is working to see if they have any insights on a cold case.
The most significant Burton ISD bond projects will address: 🔒Safety and Security Updates 🏫 Burton High School Expansion 🎻 Fine Arts 🏈 Athletics ⚙️Junior High Expansion 🍴Cafeteria and Kitchen Renovation
What is a Bond? A bond election is a vehicle to raise funds for the building and maintenance of school facilities and associated infrastructure. A successful bond election grants school leaders permission to sell bonds to investors, which generates the funding for construction.
Varsity Volleyball Navasota Tournament Information
JV Volleyball Navasota Tournament Information
Superintendent's Letter - Monday, August 23, 2021