“These results are truly amazing. It’s a real win for public education in Tyler,” Tyler Proud President Mark Randall stated. “This victory is a long time coming and a testament to the fact that our community understands the needs at the high school level and agrees that it is time for us to invest in the future of Tyler, Texas.”
Smith County Elections Office reported more than 7,700 registered voters turned out to participate in this election. The bond passed with over 82% support, sending a clear message that the community of Tyler believes in its students and educators, and understands that improved academics and updated facilities go hand-in-hand.