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The School Board is expected to make a decision on the recommendations at either the Jan. 31 or Feb. 14 meeting.
Citizens may also comment by email to firstname.lastname@example.org,. Copies of all emails will be shared with all School Board members.
Related Sites from Around the Web…
Click to enlarge image.Superintendent to Present Recommendations for Elementary Boundary Changes on Jan. 17 (The APS press release.)
APS’s Enrollment and Capacity of Schools page
ECCC’s Recommendations and Proposals (a 74-page MSWord Document)
Related stories from the HeraldTrib…
Smith's Plan: Barrett Loses Programs Gains from Ashlawn
Letter: County, Support Our Choices
APS Chair Ed Fendley Speaks to Barrett PTA
Barrett Parents to Bring Concerns to School Board
Related stories from other papers…
Superintendent Proposes Shifting 600-Plus Elementary Students (Sun Gazette, Jan. 15, 2008).
Crowding Committee Makes Recommendations (Arlington Connection, Jan. 8, 2008)
Date Set for Public Hearing on School Boundaries (Sun Gazette, Jan. 6, 2008)
2008 Could Bring Elementary-School Boundary Battles (Sun Gazette Dec. 27, 2007)
Boundary Clash (Arlington Connection, Nov. 6, 2007)
The dark lines on the map show current boundaries. The colors show which planning units (portions of neighborhoods) go to which school under Superintendent Robert Smith's proposal. (Click to enlarge the image).
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