PREMONT, Texas — Early voting for the bond proposal to renovate Premont Collegiate High School begins today.
School leaders say the $4.1 million proposal would allow for some much-needed improvements to classrooms, bathrooms and the school’s band hall.
It would also add enhancements for security needs.
"We're convinced that $4.1 million, even though it is not enough, it will make a big dent in moving forward,” said Premont Superintendent Steve VanMatre.
Early voting runs through April 27 and election day will be on May 1.