Tyler ISD approves plan for the future | Schools
The Tyler ISD Board of Trustees has approved a long-range plan for the district.
The plan includes building two new high school campuses to replace the current campuses. The new John Tyler campus will be built at its current location, while the new Robert E. Lee High School will be built at another location.
The district plans to split the middle schools in to intermediate and middle schools. Each campus will contain about 800 students and intermediate campuses will house 5th & 6th grade students while middle school campuses will hold 7th and 8th grade students. The "old" Robert E. Lee site will be used as one of those new middle schools.
District Superintendent Randy Reid said the board will consider holding a bond election. A vote on that could come as soon as the March board meeting.