Eustace ISD Superintendent Dr. Coy Holcombe explained the details of the district’s proposed $27.5 million bond Monday evening during a Town Hall meeting at Eustace First Baptist Church.
If approved by voters, the bond would provide money for projects on all the district’s campuses as well as the athletic fields. (Projects listed at end of post. Listen to Dr. Holcombe discuss the projects below.)
The largest part of the bond, projected to be almost $11 million, would go toward a new Middle School.
On National Signing Day, the following Eustace athletes signed letters of intent: from left, Kelly Ashton – Southeastern – Football; Anna Gaddis – ETBU – Cheer; Clifton Johnson – Southeastern – Football; and Cory Strawn – Ranger – Baseball. (Via Eustace ISD Twitter)
I visited Eustace High School this morning and spent some time on the field with the Bulldogs and Head Coach Heath Ragle. Although the Bulldogs will be young this year, it looked like they had good numbers out for the team.
Coach Ragle and his squad were very upbeat while I was there, even though they had already been out on the field for about two hours.
For fans who want to see some football, the Eustace Bulldogs will be in pads and will be hitting Saturday morning around 7:30 a.m.
Eustace also offered a technological surprise while I was there … a drone. This morning was the first time I’ve seen a drone hovering over a practice.