THANK YOU to the following businesses & organizations for donating school supplies to our campuses! Because of you, Tyler ISD students are better prepared to achieve great things in the classroom this year.
BanCorp South Bethel Bible Church College Hill Missionary Baptist Church Colonial Hills Baptist Church Dayspring United Methodist Church East Texas Advocare Distributors East Texas Pool League First Baptist Church Downtown Flint United Methodist Church Garden Estates of Tyler Glenwood Church of Christ
Gospel Village Grande Hills Apartments Green Acres Baptist Church Julie Philley Marvin United Methodist Church One Love Network Parker Chiropractic Pollard United Methodist Church Rosewood Estates RPR Construction Southern Oaks Baptist Church
Southside Baptist St. Mary's Baptist Church St. Paul Children’s Foundation Suddenlink Super 1 Foods, Gentry Pkwy Tigereye Consulting Trinity Lutheran Church United Way Villa of Tyler Walmart, Highway 64 Walmart, South Broadway
Tyler ISD News and Upcoming Events!
Tyler ISD Seeking Nominations for First-Ever Distinguished Alumni Award
The Tyler ISD Foundation, the Tyler Independent School District and the Tyler Area Business Education Council have partnered to award the first-ever Tyler ISD Distinguished Alumni Award. This award will be given annually to a Tyler ISD graduate whose achievements, strengths of character and citizenship serve as a model to inspire and challenge current students.
First Week Transportation Efforts Successful More than 6,500 students were safely transported to Tyler ISD campuses during the first week of school. READ MORE
Tyler ISD Graduation Marks Continue to Exceed State Rate Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner of Education Michael Williams announced recently that the Texas high school on-time graduation rate has set another all-time high, reaching 88 percent for the Class of 2013. READ MORE
The Food Services Department is now accepting applications for the free & reduced lunch program. Parents/Guardians can apply online or complete a paper application (available in the Food Services office), but do not need to do both. Upon completion of either application a letter detailing approval or denial of benefits will be sent to the address on file for the student. Online applications are processed daily. More Information
Amy Ashwood, Hogg MS
Patti Ellis, Woods ES
Lindsay Wampler, Woods ES
My CHOICE for Giving
Each year, local nonprofit organizations rely on the kindness of individuals & businesses to help support their programs.
AVID Program Seeks Tutors
The Tyler ISD AVID Program has part-time tutoring positions available beginning in the Fall 2014. More Info