WFISD's special session also included the plans to consolidate several schools this summer.
Wichita Falls School District Superintendent, Dr. John Frossard, says compromise will be necessary for a school bond to pass.
Candidates running for the Wichita Falls School Board At Large seats shared their thoughts on education at the Texas AmericanFederation of Teachers forum.
After the Wichita Falls School District came out with its $125 million bond proposal plan, a grass roots group was born in opposition.
Should the WFISD school bond pass, Wichita Falls High School and Rider would consolidate, two schools, known for a long standing rivalry. The rivalry is enough for some voters to say no to the bond.
Dozens of people in Wchita Falls are joining in an organized effort to defeat the WFISD bond proposal, and now they are speaking out on the reasons they think you should vote no.
Midwestern State University and the Wichita Falls School District are teaming up to offer students scholarship money for achieving excellence in school