Bond Advisory Committee

Carroll ISD Board of Trustees appointed a Citizens Bond Advisory Committee to oversee implementation of the 2017 Bond Program. The group is made up of two School Board members, representatives from the Capital Needs Planning Committee (CNPC) and local taxpayers.

Members include:

  • BAC Chair Todd Carlton, CISD Trustee
  • Read Ballew, CISD Trustee
  • David Almand, CISD Trustee
  • Lauren Boeck, CNPC Representative
  • Devon Doby, CNPC Representative
  • Paige Jezek, CNPC Representative
  • Hyke Link, CNPC Representative
  • Chad McCoy. CNPC Representative
  • Bill Webb, CNPC Representative
  • Chad Bedwell, taxpayer

Committee’s Charge

The committee will serve in an advisory capacity to the School Board and Administration during the 2017 Bond Construction Program (approximately two years) to ensure that the projects remain faithful to the priorities and planning of the Capital Needs Planning Committee.

Committee’s Objectives

  • Ensure that the bond construction projects remain faithful to the priorities and planning identified by the Capital Needs Planning Committee and approved by voters on May 6, 2017.
  • Provide advice and input to the Board of Trustees on ways to maximize the potential of the 2017 Bond Construction Program, providing the best value to the taxpayers of Carroll Independent School District.
  • Review project timelines and financial reports that track budgets, monies spent and amounts remaining for each project.
  • Provide an avenue for employees and patrons to submit written questions, comments and/or concerns about the ongoing 2017 Bond Construction Program (for example – Bond Update links on with project updates and the Let’s Talk link for submitting questions/concerns/comments).
  • Provide monthly updates on committee activities to Trustees, and at least a 2017 Bond Construction Program report to the Board of Trustees twice each year.

March 21 Bond Advisory Committee Update

Feb. 12 Bond Advisory Committee Update

Jan. 17 Bond Advisory Committee Update

Nov. 28 Bond Advisory Committee Update