NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) - The Nacogdoches Independent School District hosted one of three 'Parent and Community Meetings' Monday evening.
The goal is to give parents the chance to have their questions answered following failed efforts to pass a $43.3 million school bond. The bond would have allocated money for construction of new schools and upgrades to current schools.
Now the district has plans for grade alignments for the upcoming school year.
Two more community meetings are scheduled. Tuesday in the Thomas J. Rusk auditorium and Thursday in the Brooks-Quinn-Jones cafeteria. Both meetings start at 5:30 pm.