The 2021 and 2023 Bonds were community-driven plans created by a committee of stakeholders in the Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD area. Both bonds finish the facility needs of the District and will provide PBTISD students with 21st-century learning spaces. 

The District has selected a Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) as the delivery method for the new construction and renovation projects outlined in the bond. Those interested in bidding on projects and being involved in these projects should contact BTC, the District's CMAR or VLK Architects. 

BTC Contact: Joel Martin (817-565-4352), jmartin@btcbuilds.com

VLK Contact: Monika Castillo, mcastillo@vlkarchitects

The 2021 Bond of $178,560,000.00 brought 4 construction projects to PBTISD. This included a new centralized warehouse, 2 elementary campuses, and a CTE & Science wing to Pecos High School. To date, PBTISD has paid off over $90 million in the 2021 Bond. 

The 2023 Bond of $446,650,000.00 finishes the facility needs of the district. This bond includes a replacement Pecos High School, comprehensive additions/renovations to Crockett Middle School, a replacement PHS Natatorium, comprehensive additions/renovations to transportation, and a Professional Development and Parent Support Center.

Capital projects are construction projects not using funds from a bond. In the Fall of 2021, the PBTISD Board of Trustees allocated funds to be used for projects that were not included in the 2021 Bond. To date, PBTISD has been able to complete several projects with these funds.