Boundary Planning Process

School boundaries for each school are established by the School Board based on the need to provide for instructional effectiveness and the health, safety, and general welfare of all students.  

Many factors may be considered when establishing school boundaries including, but not limited to, projected enrollments, school capacities, transportation distances, future school construction plans, and the demographic balance of school populations. 

Public input will be obtained through the use of boundary planning committees for elementary and middle school boundary planning. Boundaries for high schools, due to their complex nature, will hold preliminary Scope Meetings prior to developing a boundary proposal. This allows input and ideas to come together to determine the best boundary proposal(s) to present to the Associates and the School Board.