WFISD trustees could go to voters with a bond election in May or November 2020 although they have made no decisions, he said.
However, the school board is focusing on a plan with two high schools with the same UIL status, he said.
“We want them to be equal schools,” WFISD Superintendent Mike Kuhrt said. “They’re going to look alike, feel alike, everything alike.”
Members of People Invested in the Equity of Reallocating our Schools have spoken out in support of a concept with two UIL high schools of equal enrollment, including one on the north side of town, according to a previous Times Record News story.
PIERS formed to support Hirschi High School and promote equity as WFISD makes plans to modernize schools.
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