Construction at White Oak ISD campuses is on schedule to be completed by Aug. 1.
Superintendent Mike Gilbert updated the board of trustees at their meeting Monday on summer construction projects from Phase 2 of a 2017 bond issue.
Gilbert said the bond was more than $19 million.
At the elementary campus, Gilbert said the walls are being replaced, and more than 10 inches of insulation will be used, along with more energy-efficient double-pane windows.
Stadium Drive, which runs through the campuses, also was resurfaced, he said. Bathrooms on the home side of the football stadium and at the high school basketball gymnasium are getting new plumbing fixtures and tile.
Gilbert said the girls volleyball locker room is getting new lockers, and the district will have a new culinary arts classroom for a new program in the fall.
Also new will be signs in front of the middle and high schools and fencing around the football stadium, he said.
Outside of the bond, the football stadium will sport a new scoreboard sponsored by VeraBank.
The meeting also looked at the budget for the 2019-20 school year, though that conversation was more about the unknown, Gilbert said.
“House Bill 3 was just signed into law,” Gilbert said. “It’s a wide-sweeping, complete change in the way schools are financed. All schools are behind the curve on how exactly to figure out their revenues.”