It's a week of with meetings aimed at putting a price tag on education.
College Station ISD Trustees meet Tuesday night.
Among the items on their agenda: calling for a bond election on the May 12 ballot.
If trustees approve the election, it will be up to College Station ISD voters to decide the fate of a bond election with a price tag of more than $67.4 million.
Some of the projects identified as the district's most pressing needs include:
A new elementary school to meet a growing student population.
Reconstruction at College Hills Elementary School to address maintenance and safety issues.
And renovating athletic facilities to make them complaint with the Americans with Disabilities Act.