Bond elections pass for Nacogdoches County schools

NACOGDOCHES COUTY, TX (KTRE) - Voters in the Central Heights Independent School district approved a $13.7 million bond to fund a high school in the first phase, and renovations to the elementary school in the second phase. Election results were 248 people for the bond and 59 voted against the bond. State funding will assist with 60% of the total cost.

Cushing Independent School District voters also passed a school bond election. A $10 million dollar bond was approved to build a new elementary school. 320 voters were for the issue. 60 people voted against it.

At Hudson ISD, Kent T. Walker beat out Darren Smith, 154-126, for the Place 7 school board position.