West Ada School District trustees got a primer Tuesday on proposed boundary changes that could mean 2,100 students would have to change schools in 2016 and 2017.
Parents will get an opportunity to tell trustees what they think during a meeting at 5:30 p.m. next Tuesday, Feb. 9, at the district office.
The proposed plan leaves four of the district's five high schools at or above capacity and has raised issues about the need for a new high school in the near future.
District officials plan to post a detailed PowerPoint outline of changes for elementary, middle and high schools on the district's website Wednesdayon the district's website Wednesday.
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