Four seniors from John Tyler High School became the first Tyler team to represent Texas in the 2017 National Ethics Bowl.
Hubbard Middle School recently celebrated an honor obtained by only 3% of AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) systems across the nation.
The Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) recently recognized 26 school districts with an Award of Merit.
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.
The stars at Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy will shine bright this week as they perform the musical “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.”
Tyler ISD elementary students are taking Lego fun to a new level for the District’s first Elementary Robotics Showcase and Competition.
John Tyler High School student Triston Ferguson claimed a state title recently in the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Joseph S. Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest
Tyler ISD and the Tyler Area Business Education Council will host the 2016 Principal for a Day event Tuesday, November 1.
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) recently selected 285 seventh grade students from Tyler ISD middle schools to participate in its Talent Search program.
Students at Rice Elementary School recently explored a wide array of career paths during the school’s annual Career Week.
Robert E. Lee High School recently announced that two Red Raider students have received honors from the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Since the summer, the Tyler ISD Food Service Department has taken a ‘Farm to School’ approach to its fresh fruit offerings on lunch menus.
The Tyler ISD Teaching and Learning department has launched a new professional development program.
Tyler Mayor Martin Heines had a vision for a mentorship program that would help students prepare for education beyond high school.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2016 Tyler ISD Athletic Hall of Fame.
Hubbard Middle School students are joining together to collect books to help restock school libraries at Southside Junior High and Denham Springs Junior High in Louisiana.
Nine Tyler ISD students were selected to participate in Education in Action’s 2016 Lone Star Leadership Academy this past spring and summer.
In appreciation of our friends in uniform...
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released the list of 2016 distinctions earned through the state accountability system ratings.
The Communications Department has launched "The LINK" - a dedicated news website that showcases District headlines, feature stories & videos, as well as campus happenings.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2016 Tyler ISD Distinguished Alumni Award.
Former Bonner Elementary School student Eric Lester is a talented football and basketball player.
U.S. District Judge Michael H. Schneider declared that Tyler ISD has attained unitary status, dismissing the 46 year old federal desegregation order.
Texas Bank and Trust (TB&T) has announced the selection of 17 seniors from John Tyler and Robert E. Lee high schools to serve on its 2016-2017 Student Board of Directors.
For the Hayes family, supporting teachers at Clarkston Elementary School as they prepare for the new school year is as easy as walking across the street.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) today released the 2016 State Accountability System Ratings for school districts and charter schools across the state and Tyler ISD is extremely pleased with the results.
The Tyler Independent School District has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.
Tyler ISD’s graduating class has reported receiving more than $17 million in college scholarships. Graduates from Robert E. Lee High School and John Tyler High School plan to attend a variety of colleges, technical schools and military branches.
Tyler ISD elementary and middle school students, through a partnership with the Tyler Public Library, participated in a “40 Book Challenge” over the school year, resulting in over 70,000 books read.
Last week, Texas Education Agency Commissioner of Education Mike Morath sent a letter to school districts across Texas stating that the third administration of the 5th and 8th grade STAAR assessment has been canceled.
Officers from the Tyler ISD Police Department attended the Winona ISD graduation ceremony recently to celebrate the accomplishments of graduate Dawson Rider.
On Friday, June 3, Robert E. Lee High School (REL) seniors will participate in a Senior Walk that will take them from Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium to a field behind the East Texas State Fair buildings, where they will enjoy a Last Blast celebration event.
Tyler ISD recently honored 52 retirees during its annual retirement luncheon at Willow Brook Country Club. The 2015-2016 retirees represent nearly 1,000 years of service in Tyler ISD.
While at a basketball tournament at Georgetown High School in January, John Tyler High School senior Kaleigh Hackett became inspired to do more than just win basketball games.
Tyler ISD is proud to recognize its valedictorians and salutatorians from the 2016 graduating class: Alyssa Graham, Valedictorian, Robert E. Lee High School; Braylon Jones, Valedictorian, John Tyler High School; Allan Evans, Salutatorian, Robert E. Lee High School; and Ashtyn Beal, Salutatorian, John Tyler High School.
Tyler ISD announces the hiring of Carlesa Dixon as the new basketball coach for the John Tyler High School Lady Lions.
The Tyler ISD AVID Program recently hosted its 8th Annual Senior Celebration Dinner to celebrate the success of 88 graduating AVID seniors.
Tyler ISD announces the hire of Coach Alan Simmons as the new boys varsity basketball coach at Robert E. Lee High School.
This weekend, a team of 22 Tyler ISD students with intellectual disabilities will compete for the first time in the Area 7 Spring Games division of the Special Olympics.
Two Robert E. Lee High School students earned a first place finish in the Taste of Tyler Challenge.
Three John Tyler High School seniors put their welding skills on display by competing in the Tulsa Welding School (TWS) High School Senior Welding Competition held in Houston recently.
The Tyler ISD Athletics Department has hired Ross Barber as the new varsity girls basketball coach at Robert E. Lee High School.
Tyler ISD announced the 2016 Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet at Harvey Convention Center.
Faculty and staff at Robert E. Lee High School are secretly keeping watchful eyes on their students, eager to catch them in the act of doing good!
John Tyler High School Criminal Justice students recently competed in the Skills USA state competition.
Young Audiences of Northeast Texas honored three Tyler ISD educators at the organization’s annual Arts in Education Awards banquet held April 6.
The enrollment period for Tyler ISD’s new tuition-based Pre-K program is now open. Applications will be accepted through April 30, 2016.
Six John Tyler High School Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) juniors are among a select group of students across Texas chosen to attend Subiendo: The Academy for Rising Leaders at The University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Kenneth Gay, principal at John Tyler High School, was recently named a Texas Principal of the Year for the Tyler area...
Students at Austin Elementary School spent their Spring Break in an unconventional place…at school!
The Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) recently recognized 29 school districts with an Award of Merit.
TISD-TV recently received nine awards for distinguished achievement in school communications. The awards were announced at the Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA) Star Awards Celebration during the association’s annual conference held in Horseshoe Bay, Texas.
The Tyler ISD Foundation visited 14 Tyler ISD campuses today to award 17 grants totaling $40,969 to teachers. The grants will be used to fund new learning programs and opportunities.
Lorelai Walker, a fifth-grade student at Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy, shared her leadership experience recently at The Leader in Me Symposium in Dallas.
Fifty-six Tyler ISD students and eight Tyler ISD teams won awards and recognitions at the annual East Texas State Fair Academic Rodeo through various academic and fine arts contests.
Peete Elementary School Wildcats are on their way to being college bound. The school recently earned membership into the No Excuses University network of schools.
Tyler ISD will honor Campus Teachers of the Year and announce its 2016 District Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet at Harvey Convention Center April 12.
Robert E. Lee High School Raider Orchestra members recently competed in the University Interscholastic League Solo and Ensemble contest where they earned 44 first division medals.
John Tyler High School has been granted charter membership in the National Speech & Debate Association.
The Tyler ISD Career and Technical Education (CTE) program will proudly recognize its inaugural class of inductees into the National Technical Honor Society.
What’s your favorite book? This was the theme of a recent student essay contest.
Tyler ISD Council of PTAs has advanced 12 students to the state Reflections contest, themed “Let Your Imaginations Fly.”
Project SEARCH at Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics (TMFHC), is a unique partnership between TMFHC, Tyler ISD, the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS), Winning Edge Employment Services, and the Andrews Center Behavioral Healthcare System that educates and trains Tyler ISD students with disabilities for today’s workforce.
Tyler ISD was recently presented a 2015 Award for Excellence in Texas School Health at a recognition ceremony at the J. J. Pickle U.T. Research Center in Austin, Texas.
Students in the cosmetology program at Tyler ISD’s Career and Technology Center (CTC) are ready to take their skills to the next level.
The Tyler ISD Human Resources department recently introduced the Aspiring Latino Leader (ALL) Program aimed at empowering and mentoring any Tyler ISD Latino employee aspiring to develop leadership skills to grow at a personal and professional level.
Robert E. Lee High School seniors Veronica Sundin, Marlen Esparza and Iliana Herrera have been recognized by the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP).
Two John Tyler High School AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) students recently competed in the Joseph S. Rumbaugh Oration Contest, sponsored by the Sons of the Revolution (SAR), earning second and fourth place finishes.
Tyler ISD construction technology students and faculty in the Career and Technology Center (CTC) have spent the last few months building and selling special doghouses to benefit Pets Fur People, a local charity.
Five Tyler ISD elementary and middle school students recently earned top honors in the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Visual Arts Contest sponsored by the Tyler Together organization.
January is School Board Appreciation Month and Tyler ISD is honored to celebrate the dedicated Trustees who volunteer their time to serve as advocates for our children and public schools.