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9/15/2016 | TACOMA, Washington
Tacoma Public Schools launched a boundary review and adjustment process Sept. 12 to redraw middle school boundaries to accommodate the future reopening of a new Hunt Middle School.
The committee will host a community forum from 6
to 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19 at First Creek Middle School to hear
feedback from parents, students and community members on the springboard
proposal and any other considerations citizens want the committee to
discuss during its work.
As part of this boundary review process, the district also will rebalance enrollment among middle schools across the community.
A committee of principals and parents representing middle school areas throughout the district has begun to look at neighborhood demographics, as well as school enrollments and capacities, to determine what adjustments to recommend to Superintendent Carla Santorno and the School Board of Directors in December.
To provide the boundary committee with a starting point for their work, a district technical team created a "springboard" boundary line adjustment proposal. The technical team's proposal includes several proposed shifts for the committee to study:
The committee will host two other public meetings as the process continues, to get feedback on its proposed changes. The committee will meet approximately 13 times between September and mid-December. All meetings are open to the public.
If the School Board adopts the boundary revisions, the Hunt Middle School boundary would not take effect until about 2021 when a new middle school gets built on the West End site. Other changes would take place for the 2017-2018 school year.
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