The Leander ISD Board of Trustees is reviewing elementary school attendance zones for the 2021-22 school year and the opening of Tarvin Elementary School. The Board approved a charter at its Feb. 27 meeting, outlining priorities for district administration to use when developing scenarios. At this time, the district is presenting its first scenario — Scenario A — along with a corresponding survey of Scenario A.Read More
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.
Mar 2, 2020
Families and students preferred school size and proximity to be the driving factors for new elementary school attendance boundaries in 2021-2022, according to community feedback offered through a Thoughtexchange forum.Read More
Jan 29, 2020
The Leander ISD Board of Trustees is reviewing elementary school attendance zones for the 2021–22 school year and the opening of Tarvin Elementary School. As part of the review, the Board is seeking insight from the community about the considerations for changes to current boundaries.Read More
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