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Smith Farm Elementary School. Opens Fall 2013 Designed for approximately 720 students K-5 Located just north of I-40 in Winston-Salem, near Oak Grove Church Rd 4250 Johnny Knoll Ln. Current Capacity Concerns. Hall-Woodward 23 classrooms outside building (2 pods, 9 mobiles) Sedge Garden

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smith farm elementary school
Smith Farm Elementary School
  • Opens Fall 2013
  • Designed for approximately 720 students K-5
  • Located just north of I-40 in Winston-Salem, near Oak Grove Church Rd
    • 4250 Johnny Knoll Ln
current capacity concerns
Current Capacity Concerns
  • Hall-Woodward
    • 23 classrooms outside building (2 pods, 9 mobiles)
  • Sedge Garden
    • Capacity without mobiles is 862
  • Caleb’s Creek- Opened fall 2009
    • Enrollment exceeds 900 students after only 3 years
    • Goal is to not add mobiles and to reduce enrollment
  • Union Cross enrollment is steady but not significantly increasing since Caleb’s Creek opened
    • Enrollment 2008-09: 1,213
    • Current enrollment: 831
student assignment procedure
Student Assignment Procedure
  • Rising 4th and 5th grade students grandfathered to stay at current schools
  • Rising 1st-3rd grade students
    • Students residential to the new school who attend Hall-Woodward or Sedge Garden as current residential students, will be assigned to Smith Farm and would need to make a choice to attend another school
    • Students who will be residential to Smith Farm but made a choice in previous years to attend another school will be assigned back to their current school
choice pattern
Choice Pattern
  • When opening new elementary schools in the past few years, it resulted in the zone having 6 schools
    • Makes transportation more difficult
  • Following a similar pattern as Zones 7 and 8, Zone 1 will be divided into ‘Blue’ and ‘Green’ Sections
    • Opportunity to limit overcrowding at Caleb’s Creek
  • Current students and siblings who are ‘grandfathered’ will receive transportation until the oldest student in that family completes the grade span
    • AR 5117.2.III.A.1.d
choice pattern cont
Choice Pattern cont.

Forest Park Caleb’s Creek

Hall-Woodward Union Cross

Smith Farm Sedge Garden

capacity and population k 5
Capacity and Population K-5

*67 of proposed already at UCES

caleb s creek impact
Caleb’s Creek Impact
  • Enrollment decrease from Choice options changing
    • 94 from Hall-Woodward
    • 15 from Forest Park that would become ‘out of zone’ students (916 to 807)
    • Enrollment could lower to 807 in 2 years or less
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