West Ada School District trustees have scheduled two meetings regarding shifting of school boundaries that could affect where more than 2,000 students attend school in the state’s largest district.
Elementary and middle school boundary changes could take effect next fall. High school boundary changes could be in place in fall 2017.
Tuesday: Trustee will meet at 6 p.m. at the in the Sawtooth Room at the District Services Center, 1301 E. Central Drive, Meridian to learn about a boundary committee's proposals for redrawing attendance zones to reduce overcrowding at Siena and Mary McPherson elementary schools and Lake Hazel Middle School south of Interstate 84, and Mountain View and Rocky Mountain high schools. No decisions will be made and no public testimony will be taken.
Feb. 9: A public hearing on proposed boundaries. The public will be invited to talk to the board. The meeting is at 5:30 p.m. at the District Services Center auditorium.