Trustees of the Midland Independent School District, who approved a $163 million general obligation bond referendum last week for the November ballot, on Tuesday will consider a long-range plan to build three new high schools designed to accommodate 2,100 students each.

The bond referendum going to voters in November will focus on elementary school projects.

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