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Tyler ISD will hold Community Forums to present information to the public on proposed Bond 2017 projects. Superintendent Dr. Marty Crawford, Director of Facilities Tim Loper and other Tyler ISD administrators will present the information and answer questions.
Tyler ISD will Celebrate Texas Public Schools Monday, March 20 through Friday, March 24. The CTPS Campaign highlights the power of public education through video testimonials. CTPS spotlights Tyler ISD & Laksamana Surya, a student from Indonesia who has soared to success with only three years of formal education.
Tyler ISD will offer Tuition Based Pre-K at Andy Woods Elementary School for the 17-18 school year. Public enrollment begins on Monday, February 13 and is first-come, first-served. Students must be four years old on or before September 1, 2017. Click here for more information & an enrollment packet.
When Robert E. Lee High School student, Bailee, loaded the bus to go home for the day, she shared a seat with classmate Austin.
John Tyler High school speech and debate students Tacorian Tilley and Triston Ferguson have qualified for the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) National Tournament.
Tyler ISD will honor Campus Teachers of the Year and announce its 2017 District Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet.
Calling all filmmakers! The entry period for the 2nd annual TISD-TV Rising Star Student Film Festival, sponsored by Suddenlink, is now open.
Tyler ISD chief administrators visited seven campuses this morning with a special surprise for a deserving group of employees.
The Robert E. Lee High School Debate Team recently competed in the UIL District Cross-Examination (CX) competition.
The Tyler ISD Foundation Prize Patrol hit 12 campuses yesterday.
Fulfilling a statutory requirement, the Texas Education Agency released to legislators this week, hypothetical letter grades for schools and districts across the state.
Two students from John Tyler High School have advanced to the UIL State Congress competition.