A group of community members is beginning to look at the different campuses in the Wichita Falls Independent School District so they can further tailor a bond proposal for the school board next year.
Almost 40 people, representing parents and community leaders, met for the first time on Tuesday evening.
The Community Facility Action Team, CFAT, is going to look at primarily at secondary facilities.
WFISD Public Information Officer Renae Murphy says the goal is for the CFAT to develop a bond proposal the community would support, which will be presented to the board in Feb. 2014 for a bond election in May.
"We are very fortunate to have that kind of involvement and that kind of interest in our district from our community," Murphy says. "We have always had good support from our community through Partners in Education and mentoring opportunities but to have them devote time to review our facilities is just exceptional."
CFAT meeting information will be posted on the district's website after their meetings.
The group will meet almost every week excluding holidays.
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