I was quite startled when a reader, TC, put in this comment taken from the district's Enrollment Planning - Growth Boundaries page:
The information from the September 17 draft is now obsolete.
Recommendations to the Seattle School Board, dated October 16, will be
available after they are posted with the Board agenda at 5:00 p.m. on
Friday, October 11. Many of the recommendations are different from the
earlier draft due to community input.
Of course, it IS great the district is listening. However, it makes it quite difficult to know what may be coming, what will be on the survey and when to given NEW input.
Needless to say, if you have not already commented on this, by all means, chime in.
If you have commented, I would wait until we see the new recommendations tomorrow and/or see what the survey says (which is to be on-line sometime early next week) to give further input to staff/Board.
Since the recommendations will not be available until very late Friday, I will put up a link and I can either (1) put up an open thread for each region or (2) just have a regular open thread. Thoughts?
The page also says these items of interest:
Regardless of what is approved, boundary changes will be phased in over
time. Many changes cannot be implemented until construction projects
We expect that current students will be "grandfathered" and allowed to remain at their school through the highest grade.