Attendance Area Changes for 2022-23
In most communities, including Centerville-Washington Township, the distribution of school-aged children changes over time as new housing developments are built and existing housing stock turns over. Because of these changes in our community, there is a need for a plan that will help us ease overcrowding in two of our schools.
For the 2022-23 school year, we are specifically looking to reduce enrollment at John Hole Elementary and Magsig Middle School because those schools are currently over capacity or at risk of being over capacity. Our goal is to impact the least number of students possible.
- Why does the Centerville school district need to change its attendance areas?
- Will attendance areas change at all grades levels (i.e. primary, elementary and middle school)?
- What process was used to determine how and when attendance areas will change?
- Which neighborhoods are being affected?
- When will the district implement these changes?
- Are you planning to meet with the affected families?
- If new families move into the affected areas, which school would their children attend?
- Will any teachers have to move as a result of these changes?
- How many years has it been since Centerville Schools have made any changes to attendance areas?
- Do you anticipate having to make future changes to attendance areas?