(KCEN) -- Some huge changes could be coming for Midway ISD.
The district says it will hold an election for a $34.5 million bond.
But they say their will be no hike for taxpayers.
That's because property values and revenue have increased, so they can leave the tax rate as it is now.
Midway tax payers will vote to continue the 28 cent tax rate, which would go to the projects.
The bond would fund more security, table tablets for every student, a fine arts addition, new buses and a multi-purpose indoor practice facility, among other things.