DALLAS — With most of its schools about 50 years old and portable facilities across many campuses, the Tyler Independent School District wants voters to approve a $124.9 million bond package to continue a long-term construction plan.

The East Texas district wants to build six new schools to replace aging facilities and eliminate about 60 portables in the second phase of the master plan outlined in 2004 ahead of the approval of a $96 million bond referendum. The district exhausted bond package and completed construction of seven new campuses.

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