BRYAN OFFICIALS DISCUSS THE MASTER PLAN FOR SCHOOLS

The Bryan City Schools dis­trict is look­ing at a 7.45-mill, 28-year bond issue to con­sol­i­date all its stu­dents at one site.

The Bryan Times reports that the board reached that deci­sion fol­low­ing Mon­day evening’s pub­lic forum. The bond issue would fund the local share, which would in turn, be sup­ple­mented with state funds, of build­ing a new high school for grades 6–12 and ren­o­vat­ing the exist­ing mid­dle school for grades pre-kindergarten to 5.

If the state approves its share, vot­ers could see a bond issue on the Novem­ber ballot.

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