Lewisville High School - Killough

Year Built: 2005
Fine Arts

Campus Projects


Fine Arts

Prop A - VATRE

Generates $37,500,000 to sustain competitive pay for staff, and maintain student instructional and extracurricular opportunities and programs of choice.

20-Year Maintenance, Repair & Life Cycle

  • Includes New Classroom Furniture

Safety & Security Life Cycle Replacements

  • Exterior Lighting


  • 20-Year Maintenance, Repair & Life Cycle
    • Includes Press Box
  • Life Cycle Building Component Replacement
    • Track
    • Softball Backstop Netting

Fine Arts

  • Box Trucks
  • Music Instrument Replacement

Safety & Security Technology

  • Campus Sound
  • Paging
  • Phone systems
  • Video storage
  • Cyber security

      Safety & Security Upgrades

      • Field Event Lighting
      • Secondary Security Vestibule
      • Weapon Detection Scanner
      • Generators & Uninterrupted Power Supply
      • Classroom Door Hardening & Locks
      • Secondary Door Hardening
      • Security Camera Life Cycle Maintenance & Repair
      • Burglar Alarm System Life Cycle Maintenance & Repair
      • HVAC Override Buttons (as needed)
      • Camera Upgrades
      • Additional Keyless Entry
      • Radio System Upgrades


      • Classroom & Network Infrastructure
      • Staff & Student Instructional Devices
      • Enterprise Applications


      • Buses
      • Transportation Center Replacement

        Use the bottons below to review the LHS triad projects, including LHS-Main and LHS-Harmon.

        Props B-G

        If voters approve all seven propositions, the LISD tax rate will still be 10.6 cents less than last year. In addition to campus specific projects, Props A-G include projects from the following categories:

        Fine Arts

        Safety & Security

        District Wide

        Fine Arts

        Student Opportunity

        District Wide

        Fine Arts


        District Wide

        Fine Arts


        District Wide

        *Project budgets can fluctuate depending on several factors, including a project is started in a different year than planned which affects built-in estimated inflation; full project scope is more clearly identified through design, unforeseen conditions, etc.; actual inflation differs from projected inflation rates.

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