Citizen's Bond Planning Committee

C F B I S D Citizen's Bond Planning Committee

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Board of Trustees is committed to the district’s mission: to empower scholars to acquire life-long knowledge, skills, and values that prepare them to compete in the
world marketplace while contributing to their community.

The Board of Trustees also has been proactively planning for the district’s future and has been studying the district’s projected growth and other aging and evolving facility needs. This, in conjunction with the district’s belief in creating a collaborative culture in which all stakeholders may be a part of discussions regarding the district’s future, led the district to organize the Citizens Bond Planning Committee (CBPC). A committee is an invaluable group of community members formed to study the facility needs of the school district and ultimately present a recommendation to the CFBISD Board of Trustees for consideration.

Obtaining different perspectives from the entire community is very important to the process, and approximately 60 citizens from a variety of geographic areas and backgrounds make up the CBPC. Members of the committee will study a district-wide facilities assessment, enrollment projections, financial data, results of a community-wide survey, and more in order to make the best recommendation.

On January 24 members from the Citizen’s Bond Planning Committee presented a report highlighting their work during the past six months. The committee was charged with accessing and prioritizing the district’s current and long-term facility needs and reporting their findings to the Board of Trustees with recommendations on how to proceed with a long-range facilities plan. A report of these findings and the full presentation is now available to view. View Report


Number of Members:
60 Citizens

Cross-Section Community

  • Parents

  • Senior Citizens

  • Community Leaders

  • Staff & Students


  • 1 nomination per Board Member

  • Online form open to community member nominations 

Represent entire community in the facility-planning process by assessing and prioritizing current and long-term facility needs.

Report findings to CFBISD Board of Trustees that will include a recommendation on how to proceed with the long-range facilities plan.

August 2022 to January 2023 with recommendation in January