The school year is right around the corner, and Patch is making sure parents and students have the information they need before the first class starts.
One of the biggest aftershocks caused by the closing of Mary Drew Elementary School in February was the restructuring of the school boundaries for .
In March, the D161 board reworked the boundaries with an eye to distributing students so the district could maximize capacity in all of its schools, Supt. Barb Rains said at the time. The new boundaries were presented to the recently formed superintendent's advisory committee before they were brought before the school board.
Do you know what school your child is going to this school year? The above map outlines the new boundaries.
- Purple area: Students will attend
- Green area: Students will attend
- Red area: Students will attend
- Orange area: Students will attend
What do you think about the new boundaries? Take our poll and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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