Attendance Boundaries-Anoka rnd. 2
October 10, 2022
Community meeting on proposed boundaries set for Oct. 13 at Anoka High School
This message is being sent to parents and guardians with students who attend Brookside Elementary, Franklin Elementary, Lincoln Elementary School for the Arts, Ramsey Elementary, and Wilson Elementary.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District continues the process for determining updated attendance boundaries. The district has identified a need to balance enrollment to ensure operational efficiencies and a quality education for each student. The school board is expected to approve new boundaries in November which would be in place for the 2023-24 school year.
The School Board is seeking feedback prior to decision making. Residents will be able to review draft proposals, discuss considerations with school and district leaders, and provide feedback at a community meeting on Thurs., Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. at Anoka High School. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. with a brief presentation, which will also be streamed live at ahschools.us. Provide feedback at ahschools.us/boundaryfeedback.
Community feedback presented to the school district to date on the draft proposals has been reviewed and there are no changes to the draft boundary maps from what was presented at the Sept. 26 school board meeting. Proposed changes only impact current Franklin Elementary neighborhoods being reassigned to Lincoln Elementary School for the Arts and Ramsey Elementary. Middle School and High school attendance boundaries will remain unmodified.
Proposal maps and additional information is posted at ahschools.us/boundaries under the approved and proposed boundaries tab.
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