BISD Board to Weigh Middle School Attendance Zones

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Monday is a day off for Bryan ISD students. But it's not a day off for Bryan school trustees.

The topic of middle school attendance zones is once again on the agenda for trustees when they meet Monday night. And, this time, trustees are expected to make a decision.

For months, the Bryan school board has wrestled with whether to send students living in three Bryan neighborhoods to SFA Middle School. The students in question currently attend Rayburn.

Superintendent Mike Cargill, last month, presented a third option for trustees to consider.

Also on the agenda for Bryan school trustees is whether to fire a teacher, currently under investigation for fondling children.

Neal Elementary PE teacher Bruce Unger was arrested in November and charged with two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact.

Unger, 27, was arrested again in January on three more counts, plus a new count of aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Bryan trustees will consider firing Unger as a district employee.

He's currently on paid administrative leave, and remains free on bond.

BISD Trustees meet Monday at 6 p.m.