2017-2018 Student Assignment Review
Public Hearing and Vote on Interim Changes to Student Assignment Plan and Policies
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  1. ​Call to Order
  2. Reports/Information Items
  3. Public Hearing:  Sign up to speak at the public hearing by calling Board Services, 980-343-5139, by 12:00 p.m. on meeting day or at the dais prior to the call to order. ​ 
  4. Requests from the Public
  5. Consent Items
  6. Action Items:  Discussion and vote on proposed changes to the Student Assignment Plan.  (Details Below)
  7. Report from Superintendent
  8. Reports from Board members
  9. Closed session
  10. Adjournment

​​Action Items

  1. ​Recommend Approval of Proposed Amendments to Policy JCA, “Student Assignment,” and Exhibit JCA-E, "Student Assignment Plan Priorities - Magnet Programs"​​​​

  2. ​Recommend Approval of 2017 Student Assignment and School Options Proposals

    1. ​​Reconfigure CMS Transportation Zones

    2. ​Establish a Computer Science/Coding full magnet elementary school in the University area.​​​​​

    3. Establish STEM and Health Science Partial Magnet at Billingsville Elementary School

    4. Establish a Computer Science/Coding Partial Magnet at Paw Creek Elementary School​

    5. Establish an early educators countywide Early College school option program on the UNC Charlotte campus.

    6. Establish a countywide middle college school option program at the CPCC Merancas campus

    7. Establish a full Montessori secondary magnet school at the J.T. Williams campus and relocate the Montessori magnet program from Sedgefield to J.T. Williams

    8. Relocate all high school magnet programs at Marie G. Davis to Hawthorne Academy and establish a countywide K-8 IB magnet school at Marie G. Davis



Access to School Options and Magnet Programs, Community Engagement
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