After the Wichita Falls School District came out with its $125 million bond proposal plan, a grass roots group was born in opposition.
Many changes are ahead for secondary education within WFISD should a $125 million dollar bond proposal pass in May.
WFISD students are back to the books after a week off for spring break. But, there's been no rest for a group working to educate the community about the WFISD bond proposal.
In a six to one vote the WFISD makes its $125 million bond proposal official.
Wichita Falls School Board hopes to create a visual image to show voters the high school concept they are planning a bond proposal for.