TYLER — Tyler school trustees move forward with the possible renaming of Robert E. Lee and John Tyler high schools. According to our news partner KETK, the school board president has responded after cost reports were released. Board members say changing the names would cost more than one million dollars. Reverend Fritz Hager is asking the board to take the responsibility of taxpayer funds seriously. He says he has asked for more information to find the most cost effective way to make a change. He says, “If ultimately approved, these funds would come from our fund balance and would compete against other special projects that could benefit the students of Tyler ISD. So cost is an important consideration.” Trustees will take up the matter again at a meeting on June 7.