McDade schools seek bonds Posted in: News MCDADE — Tax rate increases are the new approach to voters who didn’t vote for bond packages offered last November. Three propositions will be up for a vote at McDade Independent School District in the May election. MISD’s board unanimously approved calling for the bond election during the Feb. 16 meeting.Planned building improvements, land purchases and the school’s septic system are the subjects of the propositions.“This process has been a community effort over the past 18 months with a bond facility planning committee,” notes MISD’s legal notice signed by Superintendent Heather Stidham. “The committee included citizens, community leaders, board members, teachers, and parents. The committee dedicated several months to data collection, evaluations and planning to ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!