SAN ANGELO, TX — San Angelo ISD leadership weighs its options to change the name of Robert E. Lee Middle School while protesters gathered on Saturday morning on the lawn of the school to argue the Board of Trustees should keep the name.
The school was opened in 1949, and for the second time since 2017 the school's name faces scrutiny. Watch as members of the protest group give their reasoning to keep the Confederate States Army general's name on the school and what it means to a number of past and present Lee Middle School students.
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