Dallas ISD to vote on replacement and restoration of its tornado-destroyed schools

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Dallas ISD is planning to vote and get approval for a plan for the replacement and restoration of its tornado-destroyed schools.
Today, the school board will consider investing $147 million to renovate and revive Thomas Jefferson High School and build a new campus for pre-K to 8th-grade students on the former Cary Middle School site.
In October, tornado EF-3 destroyed two schools. Since then, those students have been attending classes on different campuses.

Dallas ISD has already made up plans for how to build new schools. The schools will be built by one of the country’s largest school contractors who is currently busy in building another campus for the West Dallas district.
Walnut Hill Elementary was also damaged by the tornado and the district is planning to combine its students with students from Carey Middle School on the new Pre-K-8 campus. More information on this project will be disclosed soon.

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