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    October 17, 2016
    7 p.m., NBISD Boardroom
    Board Review

     

    October 24, 2016
    7 p.m. at NBMS
    Elementary Rezoning Information Meeting

     

    November 1, 2016
    7 p.m. at Oak Run MS
    Elementary Rezoning Information Meeting 

     

    November 14, 2016
    7 p.m., NBISD Boardroom
    Board Approval of Maps

     

    November 2016-August 2017
    Notifications to Parents

     

    2017-2018 School Year
    New Attendance Zones Become Effective

2017-2018 Approved Elementary Attendance Zones

The NBISD Board of Trustees reviewed the 2017-2018 Proposed Elementary Attendance Zones during their regular meeting held Oct. 17, 2016. NBISD held two Elementary Rezoning Information Meetings before bringing the proposed maps back to the Board for approval. The Board voted on Nov. 14, 2016, to approve the attendance zones as originally presented (see maps below).

 

The Board and administration utilized the Principles of Attendance Zones and enrollment data and projections to develop the proposed maps. The Principles of Attendance Zones were adopted in 2008, during the last rezoning process.

 

 

NOTE: No principle is greater than the other; there is no rank order

Optimize Space - Maximizing available space during growth periods and during periods of stability is practicing good stewardship.

 

Heterogeneously Grouped - A heterogeneously grouped school is a good school. The NBISD prefers that its children not be separated on the basis of socio-economic condition, learning ability, or other factors that are beyond the control of the child. Each campus should have a good mixture of all cultural and economic groups to the level it does not interfere with the other principles.

 

Program Uniformity - An absolute requirement is that all schools will offer equitable programs.

 

Neighborhood Schools - As much as possible our goal would be to allow students to attend a school in their neighborhood. Enrollment growth outside of the city limits and location of existing campuses pose some challenges to this principle.

 

StabilityA child’s confidence is enhanced when his surroundings do not change often. Children are the first priority of NBISD.  When attendance zones are drawn, they should be drawn with more than the present years growth patterns in mind. Whenever possible, we want our children to stay on the same campus as long as possible.

 

School District Unity - Part of the value of NBISD is its sense of community. Schools must be arranged and attendance zones drawn to enhance this spirit of community.

     Enrollment   Capacity   

 Available

Seats

County Line    360   525   165
Klein Road   442   750   308
Memorial   394   458   64
Voss Farms   577   750   173
Walnut Springs   374   500   126
             
Carl Schurz   413   500   87
Lamar   315   500   185
Seele   304   450   146
Veramendi   619   750   131



PLEASE NOTE: All of these maps were approved by the Board of Trustees on Nov. 14, 2016.

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Larger Maps of Approved Attendance Zones


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Updated: Nov. 16, 2016

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