Hands with a vote box

According to unofficial results from Tarrant County, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD voters have approved the school district’s $150,000,000 bond referendum. 

  • Proposition A passed with 61.83% of voters in favor and 38.17% against. 

  • Proposition B passed with 62.91% of voters in favor and 37.09% against.

  • Proposition C passed with 60.18% of voters in favor and 39.82% against. 

The passing of this bond will provide funding to address safety and security, aging facilities, update technology infrastructure, and make improvements to the swim center. A detailed list of projects is available at GCISD.net/Bond

“Thank you to all the GCISD residents who made time to go to the polls and have your voice heard,” said Superintendent Dr. Brad Schnautz. “GCISD has a long history of excellence, and with our community’s support on the 2024 Bond, we can ensure that GCISD continues to serve our students at the highest level.”

In February 2023, GCISD formed a Long-Range Planning Committee that studied and prioritized ways to maintain a positive learning environment for GCISD students, developing a long-range plan for GCISD. Later that fall, a Bond Advisory Committee used the long-range plan to develop and prioritize the list of projects that were included in the approved bond package. Both committees were comprised of parents, community members, and campus and district staff. 

“This group of individuals spent many hours pouring over data and discussing what’s best for our students, our facilities, and our taxpayers,” Dr. Schnautz shared. “I am extremely grateful for their service to our school district and community, and I thank each of them for their time and commitment to GCISD.”

Dr. Schnautz says that he and the Board of Trustees take their responsibilities very seriously and are committed to open communication and financial transparency. 

“We understand the trust our community has instilled in us by approving these propositions,” he said. “These facilities are a big investment, and we will continue to be strong stewards of taxpayer dollars. We are also eager to begin making some of the much-needed updates to campuses, and will share project updates with the community along the way.”

In addition to regular bond updates at school board meetings, residents can stay up to date on the bond projects by visiting gcisd.net/bond

Additionally, unofficial results of the school board election show:

  • Shannon Braun was reelected to Place 1 with 51.23% of the votes. 

  • Dalia Begin was elected to Place 2 with 50.12% of the votes.

Unofficial Results

(updated May 4, 10:52 pm)

Absentee Voting

Early Voting

Election Day Voting

Total Votes


Place 1

Shannon Braun






Cynthia Rial Graham






Place 2

Dalia Begin






Mike Alfred






Approximately 11,700 GCISD residents voted in each election. The GCISD Board of Trustees will canvas the votes at an upcoming special meeting, and newly elected board members will be sworn in at the regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 20.

The GCISD Board of Trustees canvassed the votes on May 15, 2024, and the approved canvass resolution can be found here.