RCS Elementary Boundaries Committee. October 2002 – November 2003. October 2002. The Elementary Boundaries Committee receives its charge from Dr. Amick. November 2002. The committee begins its analysis of elementary student demographics. '01. '02. '00. December 2002.
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RCS Elementary Boundaries Committee
October 2002 – November 2003
The Elementary Boundaries Committee receives its charge from Dr. Amick.
The committee begins its analysis of elementary student demographics.
The committee begins to work with school district maps.
A sub-committee is formed to draw new boundaries and maps for public input.
Broader community input is sought via FAQ, a web site link, a Power Point and a guest editorial.
The committee continues to collect public input via three remaining public forums.
The School Board chooses Scenario #1 for committee reflection.
The committee meets to discuss and evaluate Scenario #1.
A building capacity issue rises again. It is decided to establish a sub-committee to look at student capacity at each school.
School building floor plans are updated, and revised capacity figures are presented to the committee.
Co-Conveners present committee reflections on Scenario #1 to the School Board.
A proposal for a three-year open enrollment scenario is shared.
Committee reflections and community responses are collected at an open committee meeting.