Phase II of the Student Assignment Review focuses on aligning home school attendance boundaries and high school feeder patterns with the Goals and Guiding Principles for Student Assignment established by the Board of Education.
Identify Criteria - Based on feedback from more than 2000 community members, CMS identified four metrics to assess each of the district’s 138 home-school boundaries and how they aligned with the Board’s goals. The four metrics are:
Evaluate Boundaries and High School Feeder Patterns - CMS staff applied the criteria to all existing boundaries and high school feeder patterns to identify those that least support the Board’s Goals. This process was informed by our Guiding Principles for Student Assignment which require that CMS continue to assign students to a home-school in proximity to their home address and consider the following factors:
Develop Proposals - CMS staff developed options for new boundaries and high school feeder patterns that better support the Board’s Goals.
Present Proposals to the Board - On April 25, 2017, Superintendent Clark presented proposals to the Board of Education. To learn more about the proposals:
Watch a video message from Superintendent Ann Clark
Read the Executive Summary of the Phase II Student Assignment Superintendent Proposals
Review the Presentation of Phase II Proposals to the Board of Education
Review the Student Assignment Review Board Worksession May 16 2017.pdf
Share Proposals with the Community (May 2017) - CMS needs the support of the community to successfully implement proposed proposals. We are committed to ensuring that you can get the information you need about the plans.
Review the SAR Proposals - Board Binder.pdf with detailed proposals and data.
Review by school SES for all schools after plan_2018.pdf (low/medium/high).
Review list of boundary changes by school including maps of affected areas.
Attend an information session: Go to the Information Session page to learn which meeting is relevant to you and when the meeting will be held. Meetings will begin Monday, May 1st.
Submit a question online: The most frequently asked questions will be answered on this site.
You may sign up to speak by calling Board Services, 980-343-5139 option 4. Requests will be accepted from the Thursday prior to each public hearing through 12:00 p.m. the day of the meeting or in the meeting chamber by 6 p.m.
Individuals will be allowed up to 2 minutes to speak; group requests will not be allowed; requests may not be made on behalf of others. Please call between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
May 9, 2017: requests accepted May 4 - May 9 at noon
May 24, 2017: requests accepted May 18 - May 24 at noon