NISD Long Range Planning Committee

As one of the fastest growing school districts in the state that attracts more than 1,400 new students each year, we must continually evaluate our facilities and support systems to determine if our learning environments, equipment and infrastructure are equipped to best support the future of our growing student population.

To assist us in this effort, we rely on input from members of the NISD Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC). The LRPC helps us study and prioritize the facility needs of the school district and assists us in providing recommendations to the Northwest ISD Board of Trustees on possible future building projects.

 This website has been created to keep our community informed on the progress of the committee and the facility planning process that led to the 2017 bond election.

The LRPC is invaluable to the planning process because it allows the district to hear from and incorporate many different perspectives from people in the community.

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The LRPC will meet at least six times in 2019-2020 before making its recommendation to the Board of Trustees.


A variety of resources, from administrative liaisons to helpful documents, are available to the LRPC.


Citizens can submit their own questions or view a list of Frequently Asked Questions.