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Redistricting Info

Updated: February 7, 2017

These are the three conceptual options that were presented to the Task Force on Monday, February 6th. The Task Force will work through these three options going forward. Their focus will be to determine the advantages and disadvantages all of the options. For each option, they will consider the educational, social, geographic and financial impact. For all options, increasing transportation efficiency through school start times will also be a consideration. They will then report to the Board of Education, who will make the final decision regarding redistricting. The Board will have the option to follow the task force entirely, in part, or come up with its own decision, but the intention is to give the work of the task force significant consideration. 

In an effort to gain feedback from students, parents, staff, and community members, the Task Force has created a survey about the redistricting options presented. 

REDISTRICTING SURVEY

A MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT SCOTT D. NELSON

Redistricting Timeline

February 2017

  • Superintendent Scott Nelson publishes a community update.
  • A Superintendent's Task Force of Board Members, Administrators, Faculty, Staff, Parents, and Community Members begins meeting.
  • The community is invited to follow the project's progress and offer feedback through the district website and social media.
  • The Task Force evaluates multiple conceptual options for redistricting.
  • Three conceptual options are posted on the district website.
  • The district opens a community survey.

March 2017

  • The Task Force continues meeting weekly.
  • The Task Force presents its work to the Board of Education at the March 13th 5pm work session.

April 2017

  • The Task Force continues meeting weekly.
  • The Task Force presents a final recommendation along with open enrollment options to the Board of Education.

May 2017

  • The Board of Education approves a plan for redistricting to begin in the 2018-2019 school year.