It was a pep-rally of sorts for the Tyler Independent School District Tuesday.
District leaders and community members got together at the Rose Garden in Tyler to talk about the District's future. Just a week has passed since voters approved a $96-million bond package meant to improve Tyler Schools.
District leaders spoke about that passage and what the support means to the district.
"There is so much more to do, so many segments of our community still remain to be engaged and as a school district we need to remember that," said Dr. David Simmons, TISD Superintendent.