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Enrollment Balancing Project, Phase I, as Approved by the CCPS BOE on 1/3/17

 

On January 3, 2017, the CCPS Board of Education approved the following for Enrollment Balancing Phase I redistricting, effective the 2017-2018 school year, with the following impact and with transportation provided for rising 5th, 11th, and 12th grade students who wish to remain at the current school assignment until they complete the highest grade.

  1. Four hundred fifty-one (451) students will move from Drew High School to North Clayton High School. If a student lives in the affected area, the only change to the student’s feeder pattern will be from Drew High School to North Clayton High School.

  2. Two hundred eighty-five (285) students will move from Forest Park High School to Drew High School. Three hundred twenty-two (322) students will move from Mount Zion High School to Drew High School. If a student lives in the affected area, the only change to the student’s feeder pattern will be from Forest Park High School to Drew High School or from Mt. Zion High School to Drew High School.

  3. Two hundred ninety-four (294) students will move from Morrow High School to Mount Zion High School. If a student lives in the affected area, the only change to the student’s feeder pattern will be from Morrow High School to Mount Zion High School.

  4. To decrease the travel time for students, 85 students will move from Oliver Elementary to Northcutt Elementary. If a student lives in the affected area, the only change to the student’s feeder pattern will be from Oliver Elementary School to Northcutt Elementary School.

  5. Two hundred eighty-nine (289) students will move from King Elementary School. One hundred twenty (120) of those students will move to Oliver Elementary; 32 students will move to Northcutt Elementary; and 137 students will move to Riverdale Elementary. If a student lives in the affected area, the only change to the student’s feeder pattern will be from King Elementary School to Oliver Elementary School, Northcutt Elementary School, or Riverdale Elementary School.

 

All impacted households will receive a written notification of the Board’s decision by January 31, 2017. Parents of rising 5th, 11th, and 12th grade students will have the option to remain and must submit the opt-to-remain as outlined in the notification to be mailed to all impacted households by January 31, 2017. The maps reflecting impacted areas will be included in the written notification to all households. However, parents may visit http://www.clayton.k12.ga.us/  and click the District’s Enrollment Balancing webpage to view all maps outlining the affected geographical areas as approved by the BOE on 1/3/17.

A parent community meeting to share the Board’s decision is scheduled as follows:

February 1, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Clayton County Performing Arts Center

2530 Mt. Zion Parkway

Jonesboro, GA 30236