June 20, 2023
June 8, 2023

Board Adopted Secondary Zoning

Students will be rezoned to their new campus in the 2024-2025 school year. 11th and 12th-grade students will have the option to remain at their current campus as long as they complete a transfer request and provide their own transportation.

Students will be rezoned to their new campus in the 2024-2025 school year. 8th-grade students will have the option to remain at their current campus as long as they complete a transfer request and provide their own transportation. Neighborhood codes (NBCD) 1710 and 1725 moves will be delayed until the 2028-2029 school year.

Recommended Scenario: Middle & High School

May 11, 2023 – Board Briefs:
April 19, 2023News Article:

Scenario 2: Middle & High School

April 5, 2023News Article:

Community Forums for 2nd Scenarios – and ThoughtExchange summaries:

  • March 27 at Glenn HS (no ThoughtExchange comments were received)

Scenario 1: Middle & High School

and ThoughtExchange summaries from each forum.

艾美影库 Attendance Zoning
Attendance Zoning – FAQs


Zoning Relief Process

Unlike attendance zonings of the past that often centered on the opening of a new school at the respective level, this upcoming rezoning is meant to accomplish the following main objectives:

  • Provide relief to current enrollment numbers
  • Maximize the usage of district facilities
  • Defer the timing of future school construction

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Timeline – Process Begins Spring 2023 (effective Fall 2024)

1. District Utilizes Parameters set by the LRPC

Oct. 2022

Long-Range Planning Committee (LRPC)
LRPC Parameters

Strengthen the student experience

  • Establish long-term stability
  • Access to choice options
  • Elementary: Honor neighborhood school concept
    Secondary: Honor neighborhood school concept where secondary schools are still able to meet the intent of the Long-Range Plan

Prioritize fiscal responsibility

  • Maximize usage of district facilities
    • Strategic rezoning
    • Modified Utilization
  • Defer timing of future construction

2. District Presents Plan, Timeline and Charter to Board

Nov 15, 2022

In the , a  is needed in order to better utilize existing facilities, relieve overcrowding and delay the need for new facilities, which have seen a recent sharp uptick in cost.

The first step in any rezoning effort is the approval of the process and by the Board, forming the development criteria for any rezoning scenarios. Throughout the process over the following months, there will be many opportunities for community feedback, a critical component before a recommended set of plans is brought to the Board in May and June.

Communications

  • 艾美影库 News Article:
  • Board Meeting Video:

3. Board Approves Project Process

Dec 8, 2022

The Board approved the  that was presented at the Nov 15 Board meeting for the rezoning of the middle school and high school levels.

Unlike attendance zonings of the past that often centered on the opening of a new school at the respective level, this upcoming rezoning is meant to accomplish the following two main objectives:

  • To provide relief to current enrollment numbers
  • To defer the timing of future school construction

Communications

  • 艾美影库 News Article:
  • Board Meeting Video:

4. District Creates M.S and H.S. Scenarios

Jan 11 – 20, 2023

Create zoning scenarios using the parameters set in the .

Communications

  • 艾美影库 News Article – (Jan. 13)
  • 艾美影库 Webpage – Secondary School Zoning (Jan 17)
  • 艾美影库 Social Media – (Jan. 17)

5. District Publishes/Releases Zoning Scenarios

Jan 23 – Mar 10, 2023

Communicate 1st zoning scenarios for community review and input via:

Communications

  • District websiteJan 23
  • Jan 23
  • Jan 24
  • Board Briefs 鈥 Jan 26
  • Feb 7

March 20 – Apr 3

Communicate 2nd zoning scenarios for community review and input:

Communications:

  • District websiteMar 20
  • Mar 20
  • Social Media 鈥 Mar 21
  • Board Briefs 鈥 Mar 24
  • Compass Newsletter 鈥 Mar 29

6. District Collect Community Input on Scenarios

Jan 23 – Mar 10

  • – Provide input on scenarios
  • In-person Community Forums | 6:30 – 8 p.m. ( and ThoughtExchange Summaries from each forum linked below)
  • Virtual Community Forum | 6:30 – 8 p.m.
    • Tuesday, Feb 28 on Zoom
  • – Submit a question, comment or concern

Mar 20 – Apr 3

  • – Provide input on scenarios
  • In-Person Community Forums for 2nd Scenarios – and ThoughtExchange summaries
    • March 27 at Glenn HS (no ThoughtExchange comments were received)
  • – Submit a question, comment or concern

7. Decision Point

After collecting and reviewing the survey data, community input and alignment to the long-range plan as it relates to the presented scenarios, a decision must be made to either

  1. finalize the scenarios or
  2. return to step 4 to adjust the scenarios.

8. District Develops Recommendation Report

April 3 – 17, 2023

April 5, 2023News Article:
April 19, 2023News Article:

9. Long-Range Planning Committee Reviews Recommendation

April 17 – 21 2023

10. District Presents Recommendation Report to Board

May 11, 2023

11. Board Approves Middle and High School Attendance Zones

June 8, 2023

12. District Shares Final Plan with Community

June 9, 2023

Board Briefs:

13. Implementation of Plan

August 2024