A rally was held Monday at the Arts and Education Center auditorium in Bryan to remind supporters there’s plenty of work to be done if the 7.45-mill bond issue for the proposed new school project is to pass on Nov. 5th and also to remind voters that early voting begins today.
According to supporters, there are “$18.8 Million Reasons I’m Voting Yes!” which is the slogan that’s printed on some area yard signs which are now available to those who want to display them.
If you still have any questions about the issue, there will be a public forum from 7–8 p.m. Thursday at the Middle School commons.
Under the proposal, the district would consolidate all of its students at the current Middle School site, construct a new grade six to 12 building and refurbish the existing middle school for grades pre-K to five. The existing high school and Lincoln and Washington Elementary Schools would then be demolished.
For additional information visit the committee’s website at www.YesforBryanSchools.com.