2018-19 Boundary Proposals and Community Input
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Based upon School Board consensus at the October 24, 2017 School Board Workshop, Superintendent Robert W. Runcie has recommended not to proceed with any of the community proposals received during the May 31, 2017 through October 13, 2017 boundary proposal submission window.
As there are also no staff proposals for consideration, changes are not anticipated to existing school attendance areas for the 2018/19 school year. Please see the Superintendent’s October 30, 2017 memorandum to the School Board, linked below, for further information on next steps in this year’s school boundary process.
Memo: 2018-19 Superintendent's Recommendations following Oct 24 Workshop
The following school boundary proposals have been submitted by community members for the 2018-19 school year. These proposals were not created by District staff and they solely reflect the ideas and opinions of the community members who proposed them. Although these community members have worked with District staff to gather data and ensure that the posted proposals meet the mandated criteria of Class Size and School Concurrency Level of Service, these proposals may or may not meet additional considerations for establishing school boundaries, align with School Board Policy 5000, or be in the best interest of the communities, students and schools impacted. All proposals, inclusive of community comments, will be presented to and discussed by the School Board for consideration.