Citizen's Boundary Review Committee
To prepare for the opening of a new elementary school and a new middle school in the fall of 2020, the Mead School District Board of Directors on August 22, 2018, authorized the formation of a Citizen's Boundary Review Committee to study and recommend changes to current elementary, middle and high school boundaries. The committee includes 12 community members who equitably represent all district geographic areas/elementary school attendance boundaries. 39 individuals expressed an interest in serving on this committee.
The District Liaison to the committee is Student Services Assistant Superintendent Jared Hoadley. The committee will present its boundary change recommendation to the school board in the spring of 2019. This recommendation will include new boundaries for nine elementary schools, identification of the three elementary schools that should feed into each middle school, as well as how three middle schools transition into two high schools. Following adoption by the school board, new boundaries will become effective at the start of the 2020/21 school year.
The community will have the opportunity to provide input on the recommended changes prior to adoption by the School Board.