Update 1:35 p.m. Friday
A meeting to discuss the possible Fort Worth bond and options for changes at Tanglewood Elementary School is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Aug. 8 at the campus, 3060 Overton Park Dr. W., Fort Worth
Update Friday 8/2/13
A sharp-eyed reader notes that the district does have one campus that serves prekindergarten students.
M.G. Ellis Early Childhood Center re-opened in fall 2003.
Parents at Tanglewood Elementary will get a survey by email on Friday to provide feedback on possible bond options to handle overcrowding at the campus.
There is a proposal to have the current Tanglewood campus serve prekindergarten students through second grade and have third, fourth and fifth graders attend a new campus that would be built in River Hills, said trustee Judy Needham.
Consultants working on the possible Fort Worth schools bond package presented a proposal on Monday that called for building a new Tanglewood Elementary and moving the McLean Sixth Grade Center into the current Tanglewood site. McLean's current site, in turn, would become a prekindergarten center.
That proposal was among several project ideas outlined in a report to trustees by consultants from AECOM. Trustees will now work to decide what projects to include in a possible bond package. They are to vote on Aug. 13 on whether to call a Nov. 5 election.
Needham noted that the projects are subject to change and that the district is seeking public input.
A meeting for the Tanglewood neighborhood is planned for Aug. 8 or 12 at 7 p.m. at the school. The consultants from AECOM are scheduled to be there to explain how they arrived at their recommendations, Needham said.