COLLEGE STATION - As the City of College Station grows, so does the need for space at its schools.
Late Tuesday night, College Station ISD board members agreed to put a nearly $140 million dollar bond on the ballot this fall.
If passed by voters on November 3, the funds would pay for the construction of a new elementary, intermediate and middle school and some renovations at the current fifth through eighth grade campuses.
The district will also buy some new buses and make upgrades to technology that include more wireless accessibility and replacing old computers, laptops and tablets.
The bond would also help with maintenance throughout the district, including roof and floor replacements.