There will not be a school bond election this fall. Superintendent Carol Ann Bonds said Tuesday its "very unlikely" the district could have a proposal ready in time for the November ballot. To get on the ballot, the bond would have to be approved by school board members by the fifth of September. Bonds plans to update the board next Tuesday about results of the districts bond survey. In May voters rejected two bond proposals totaling 130 million dollars. Since then, bonds has been collecting feedback from voters.