Student Reassignment Committee votes on recommended attendance zones
After months of planning and reviewing, the NRMPS Student Reassignment Committee met September 10 at Nash Central High School to vote on the recommended attendance zones for the school district's proposed student reassignment.
Committee members voted unanimously to approve the elementary, middle and high school boundaries, which will be presented to the Board of Education on September 24 for approval. The committee began working in January to develop the proposals in an open process.
View map of recommended attendance zones and additional information documenting the reassignment process.
Superintendent Dr. Anthony Jackson thanked the committee members for their diligent work in developing the boundary proposals.
"The reassignment committee gave careful consideration to the Board of Education's priorities and worked as a team to narrow down various possibilities to the elementary, middle and high
school options that will be presented to the Board of Education and the community at large in the next phase of the process." Jackson said. "We appreciate each of the members of the reassignment committee, and their commitment to making these decisions in the best interest of student learning."
The Board of Education will consider the proposals during its work session on September 24 at 6:00 p.m. at the NRMPS Administrative Office.
Following this meeting, the school board will engage in a public engagement process during the month of October to receivefeedback from parents and the community. A survey will be available to parents in an online or paper format, and the school board will also hold four public hearings, one at each high school.
The Board of Education will consider the committee's recommendations and community feedback as they look to make a final vote on student reassignment in December.