MIDLAND - The Midland Chamber of Commerce and much of the business community came together to support the proposed MISD bond on Thursday.
Small business owners and even representatives from Pioneer and Chevron agreed that the city needs to improve their school system to keep up with the growing economy.
They want their future business leaders to graduate armed with the best education possible.
If approved, the $163 million bond will renovate 24 elementary schools, add three new schools including one new high school and give campuses up to date technology.
The bond is on the November ballot.