For the last couple of months, administrators at Alice Independent School District have worked on a strategic plan that may affect where students will attend school in the future.
According to AISD Superintendent Dr. Carl Scarbrough, the district along with a task force, made up of parents, community and business leaders, and staff, have come up with several options that include closing down schools, add buildings onto existing schools and or repair existing schools.
The task force came up ideas for eight options that could help AISD students and reduce costs for the district.
After taking feedback from the task force, Dr. Scarbrough will present the findings to the school board on Thursday at a special school board meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the board room located at #2 Coyote Trail.
If the school board accepts the options presented to them on Thursday, AISD will call for a bond election to be held on May 4.