GREENWOOD - While most school districts will be adjusting to changes on Monday, Greenwood ISD is looking at making some changes of their own.
According to the Midland Reporter Telegram, Greenwood has seen about an eight percent spike in student enrollment in the last few months.
Now, district officials are talking to see if a bond initiative might be needed in the future to expand.
The paper states the district is expecting more than 1,800 students this year and schools are already at capacity.
The last time voters approved a bond was May 2008.