Election Results
2021 Election Information from NISD
Posted on 05/02/2021
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With unofficial results reported from Denton, Tarrant and Wise counties, voters in Northwest ISD have re-elected DeAnne Hatfield and Mark Schluter to serve another three-year term on the NISD Board of Trustees.

All board members in Northwest ISD are elected at large, meaning they represent the entire district in their non-paid, elected role.

D Hatfield 
Place 1
DeAnne Hatfield

(Incumbent)
M. Schluter
 Place 2
Mark Schluter

(Incumbent)




Preliminary Results Show Voters Approve 3 Bond Propositions

election results

Preliminary, unofficial results show that Northwest ISD voters approved three of the four bond propositions on the May 1 ballot.

Proposition A, which included $712.4 million for school facilities and capital improvements, passed with 55.2% of voters in favor.

  • This proposition included:
    • 6 new schools (Middle School #7, 2 new elementary schools, 2 replacement elementary schools, 1 replacement middle school)
    • Significant renovations to Northwest High School
    • Classroom additions at 11 elementary schools for Pre-K
    • Land for future school sites
    • Additional buses

Proposition B, which included $8.2 million for stadium renovations, did not pass with only 47.4% of voters in favor.

Proposition C, which included $5.7 million for middle school recreational facilities, is showing it passed with 50.5% of voters in favor.

Proposition D, which included $19.4 million for technology devices, passed with 56.3% of voters in favor.

For more information about the projects included in each proposition, visit www.nisdtxbond.org/bond-proposal.

"On behalf of the Northwest ISD Board of Trustees and the faculty and staff, we wish to thank the NISD stakeholders who worked so hard on the bond election, and we wish to thank all who exercised their right to vote," said Dr. Ryder Warren, superintendent of schools. "The projects in the bond will go a long way to serve our current 26,000+ students and those who will be coming in the next several years. Northwest ISD truly appreciates the support of our children."