The Secondary School Attendance Zoning process will be moving to the next phase. After collecting and reviewing community feedback from online participation and multiple community forums, we plan to move forward with Scenario 2 (middle school and high school). We do not anticipate releasing a third scenario. 

Based on suggestions from community members, we are looking into a phased-in approach along with a transfer exception policy to ease the transition and decrease the total number of students being rezoned at one time in Fall 2024. As we consider the impact a phased-in approach may have on our students, staff and school system, we will also be collecting feedback from our parents and community in the next few weeks.

As noted in the Zoning Process for Relief chart, the next step in the process will be for the district to develop a recommendation report that will be shared with and reviewed by the Long-Range Planning Committee (LRPC) during their meeting on April 17. Assuming there are no recommended changes from the LRPC, the proposed Attendance Zones will be presented to the Board on May 11. The Board will vote on the proposal during its June 8 meeting. If approved, the proposed Attendance Zones will start with the 2024–25 school year.