One of the smaller subway school districts is about to ask voters for a big payout.

Ralston, with just over 3,300 students, is considering a $ 94 million bond issue.

If approved, district taxpayers would shell out an additional $ 200 per year for a $ 200,000 house, according to a spokesperson for Ralston.

Repairs would go to high school, middle school, and five of the six elementary schools; the sixth, Mockingbird Elementary, built in 1964, would be replaced by a new building erected next to the current site at a cost of $ 21 million.

According to the district website, “The goal of the District Education Council is to make improvements in every school to create exceptional learning environments and extracurricular activity zones for all students, which would lead to exceptional opportunities beyond high school. ”

Among other changes, most schools would benefit from improvements in safety and greater energy efficiency.

The high school gets most of the money, $ 33 million, and that includes new baseball and softball fields, a health clinic, and a new football and press stand.

Ralston’s last school bond issue was in 2001 – a $ 26 million high school-only measure – which was approved by voters.

The school board is expected to decide whether the bond issue is accepted at its Monday meeting, with a possible vote by mail in October.