Election Day is November 5th
On Election Day, voters must vote at their assigned precinct.
YISD has achieved a Superior rating for fiscal responsibility and transparency, the highest rating given, since Texas implemented the rating system in 2004.
Citizens 65 and over will see no tax increase as a result of Bond 2019
Since its founding in 1915, Ysleta ISD has grown from a small, rural district to more than 40,000 students across 60 campuses and seven learning communities.
For the 14th year in a row, Ysleta ISD earned a Superior Achievement designation - the highest rating available - on SchoolFIRST, the accountability system developed by the Texas Education Agency.
Even with the implementation of the 2015 bond program with new facilities and important renovations being completed recently, Ysleta ISD has lowered the tax rate for 3 years in a row!
Ysleta ISD is the only school district in the area to give all homeowners a 20% homestead exemption.
Ysleta ISD was just named the best school district in the region by Niche
Ysleta ISD has the highest overall percentage of students in the region meeting or mastering standards in English II and Algebra I.
Last year, 7 campuses received all available distinctions from the Texas Education Agency for outstanding test results. That’s an honor given to only 5% of public schools in Texas!
Our high school graduation rate exceeds 90% and last year our seniors earned over $299m in financial aid and scholarships.
Monday, October 21 - Friday, November 01
The Ysleta ISD's Board of Trustees has called a Bond Election for November 2019 for $425 million to continue to provide equity district-wide for all students and teachers. The Bond 2019 is Phase 2 of a Long-Range Plan which began in 2015 to address every student and every teacher at every campus. The bond proposal is a comprehensive plan developed by approximately 80 members of a Facility Advisory Committee (FAC) comprised of parents, grandparents, educators, and business and civic leaders who spent four months reviewing and analyzing our current facilities, the implementation of the 2015 bond, tax impact scenarios, educational programs, district finances, and both the immediate and long-term needs of the district.