2017-2018 Student Assignment Review
Phase I Community Feedback

​During August of 2016, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools hosted 12 community engagement sessions to gain feedback on Phase I of the Student Assignment Review.  Phase I is focused on how CMS can leverage school choice magnets and school options to achieve the student assignment goals set by the board. Approximately 1,200 community members participated in these sessions and close to 100 CMS staff and community members volunteered to facilitate them.  Participants worked in small groups, providing input in three key areas:​

  • How should CMS design the transportation zones for school options and magnets? (These zones do not impact home school assignment).   
  • How should CMS incorporate socioeconomic status into the magnet lottery? 
  • What magnets and school options should be developed, expanded or eliminated?

Please review the following documents to learn about the community engagement process and outcomes.

You may also review feedback by school.

Date High School Feeder Patterns Targeted Board District ​Estimate of Attendees Compiled Comments Scanned Comments
Mon, 8/8/16Mallard Creek, North Mecklenburg1​140 ​​
Wed, 8/10/16Hopewell, Hough1​​200 ​ 
Wed, 8/10/16South Mecklenburg5​70 
Thurs, 8/11/16Butler6​35  
Thurs,  8/11/16Olympic2 & 5​25 
Mon, 8/15/16Garinger, Vance3​30 
Mon, 8/15/16Providence, Ardrey Kell5 & 6​400  
Tues, 8/16/16East Mecklenburg430 
​​​Wed, 8/17/16Myers Park5​175  
Wed, 8/17/16Harding University, West Charlotte225  
Thurs, 8/18/16Independence, Rocky River6​35
Thurs, 8/18/16West Mecklenburg2​30  
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Coming​ Soon -- Student Assignment Q&A: 

During the community engagement sessions, we asked participants to write down questions and concerns on individual comment cards.  We are in the process of compiling these comments and addressing them in a Q&A document which will be posted on this webpage later this month.​