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Proposed Attendance Boundary Maps Available for Public View & Comment


On January 16, 2018, Jay Petrek (Chair of the Attendance Boundary Committee) will provide a presentation to the Governing Board.  During the presentation, Mr. Petrek will provide information to the Governing Board regarding the two scenarios which were the consensus recommendations from the Committee, as well as the recommended implementation plan.  There will be no decisions made at this time.

Each scenario has three maps:  one for the elementary schools, one for the middle schools, and one for the high schools. 
To view the scenarios and the recommended implementation plan, please click HERE.
The District attendance boundary is divided into study areas to assist with the ease of analysis.  If you are having difficulty locating which study area your address is in, please follow these steps.
  1. Go HERE to visit the District's SchoolSite Locator website.
  2. In the top right corner, select "Boundaries" from the drop down menu and ensure that "Study Areas" is selected.
  3. To more easily see the Study Area number, check "high school," and slide the transparency bar all the way to the right.
  4. Type your address in the search locator in the top left corner.
For example, if you searched for the address 255 Pico Ave, you would discover that it is located in study area 124, as illustrated in the following image.
Study Area Illustration
  • The Governing Board has the option to hold a special board meeting to further study the recommendations from the Attendance Boundary Committee prior to the meeting on February 20, 2018
  • The soonest the Governing Board would vote on adjustments to attendance boundaries will be at the meeting on February 20, 2018
If you have specific questions or comments regarding the scenarios or implementation plans, you may submit them HERE.

If you'd like more information on the Attendance Boundary Committee, please click here.