Second Redistricting Survey
As we have concluded our first round of community meetings, received feedback from our parents, teachers and other community stakeholders, we have taken that input and narrowed the options that remain under consideration for redistricting.
Originally, a grade level configuration of K-1, 2-3, 4-5 was an option under consideration. However, based on feedback we have received from our parents, teachers and community stakeholders, and new research into the matter, we have removed that option from consideration as we believe it would not be in the best interest of all of our students.
This second survey will serve as the opportunity for our parents, teachers and other stakeholders to share their input regarding the remaining options. The results of this survey will be used by the superintendent and board members to find the most equitable option to provide our students with the best possible education in the most efficient manner possible.
As you know, the redistricting process begins with the development of proposed maps that use a set of school system criteria. These criteria include looking at current enrollment, enrollment forecasts, enrollment histories, existing identifiable boundaries, school locations, and student transportation. We are committed to using an inclusive redistricting process that allows us to gather input from employees, parents, and community members on the proposed revisions to the attendance zones and grade-level configurations.
Please complete this short survey by Friday January 13, 2017. This is not a vote but rather an opportunity to receive input from all stakeholders.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. We appreciate your feedback.