Category: Attendance Zoning

About Attendance Zoning

With 1,300 new students every year, we build and open one school every year. Our community-driven process calls for gathering feedback online and in community meetings before the Board of Trustees makes the decision for new school boundaries, generally 14 months before the change occurs.

Starting in January 2020, we are creating an attendance zoning plan for Tarvin Elementary School, which we will open near the Palmera Ridge subdivison located west of Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Leander. As our 28th elementary school, Tarvin will open August 2021.


Review new elementary zoning scenario

We released a new elementary school attendance zoning scenario (ES28B and ES28B) as we plan for the opening of Tarvin Elementary School in August 2021 and the potential opening of ES 29 in August 2022.

The new scenario keeps Cold Springs and Hazlewood neighborhoods at Akin after community members expressed concerns over being rezoned three times in five years. Scenario 28B calls for Akin to receive enrollment relief as early as 2023 with the opening of ES 30, planned for a site near the Ranch at Brushy Creek in Cedar Park.

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How to learn more about elementary school rezoning

Our demographer reported enrollment will continue to climb in the coming years. Growth means new schools in Leander ISD. Our next new school, Tarvin Elementary, opens in August 2021. Here’s what you need to know and what’s next.

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Leander ISD Elementary Attendance Zones are Now Posted for Feedback

With Tarvin Elementary School under construction and prepped to open in August 2021, we are launching the next phase of our rezoning process: the release of proposed maps or scenarios. With the 28A and 29A scenarios, you can submit feedback through Thoughtexchange through Nov. 29. We will use this data to continue developing a recommendation for the Board in early 2021.

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