Tyler (Texas) district begins work on joint campus

May 17, 2009
Elementary school, special-needs program will share space

From The Tyler Morning Telegraph: The Tyler (Texas) district has broken ground on a campus that will accommodate two schools --Mattie Jones Elementary School and the St. Louis School-Wayne D. Boshears Center for Exceptional Programs, a school for students with special needs. One side of the new campus will be single-story and contain classrooms for the Boshears students. The other side of the campus will be a two-story, 500-student elementary school for the Jones students. The campus also contains shared spaces, such as the cafeteria. The architects are Sinclair & Wright Architects and Corgan Associates.

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