By Ian Hanigan
Proposed changes to IUSD’s high school boundaries will be the subject of a special Board of Education Study Session on Tuesday, May 27.
The meeting, which is open to the public, will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the IUSD District Office, which is located at 5050 Barranca Parkway.
The Study Session agenda will include further analysis of the potential changes, as well as committee considerations for adjusting the high school boundary proposal that was presented to the board in March. Revisions to the original recommendation are based on community input, including feedback from a series of parent forums held in March and April.
As we’ve stated previously, the vast majority of IUSD students would not be impacted by the boundary changes under consideration. But planning for the district’s fifth comprehensive high school necessitates a modest reconfiguration that would affect some Irvine students who are currently enrolled in kindergarten through the sixth grade, as well as currently enrolled kindergarten through seventh-grade students who live within the proposed boundaries of the fifth high school.
An earlier staff-recommended proposal, depicted in the maps below, was the subject of four public meetings held in March and April. While board members will not make …read more
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