|The mission of the District shall be to provide performance-based instruction to all students so that they reach their highest levels of knowledge use, utilize strategic problem-solving skills, cultivate an appreciation of multiple perspectives, and become citizens of character and integrity.|
The District shall be recognized as a premier school district in the state and nation.
|Tyler ISD believes:
|Board Policy has two components: legal and local. Legal policy is the result of Texas Education Agency rules, federal and state legislation, and case law. Local policy is developed and approved by the Tyler ISD Board of Trustees and is Tyler ISD specific. The Texas Association of School Boards maintains both legal and local policy on its website for the District.|