SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) -- After the Sherman ISD bond committee talked with the public Wednesday, they've now decided to bring a minimum $170.8 million package to the board.
This package would cover a new high school and updated technology and would call for at least a 20 cent property tax increase.
This is the minimum they will recommend, but will let the board choose whether they want to include other projects, such as renovating the current high school into a middle school, for a 21 or 22 cent increase.
The board will be presented the ideas Monday and will vote on the 21.
If it passes, the bond will be on the November ballot.