Azle could go north, west, or hover nearby
by Mark K. Campbell
Every two years, a great mystery is revealed, one that affects thousands of Texans all over the state.
That would be the biennial University Interscholastic League’s realignment.
When the UIL cuts up the state into regions and districts, how things fall can end up being expensive for some school districts.
This realignment is unique in one regard: Schools already know the number cut-offs that divide classifications – even in this year where for the first time 6A will be introduced.
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