The Pasco School Board wants to hear your comments about new elementary school boundaries in the district.
PASCO, WA - The Pasco School Board wants to hear your comments about new elementary school boundaries in the district.
The new stem school, Rosalind Franklin, will impact the boundaries for five other elementary schools.
The district says they are even going house by house to assess students academic needs when considering boundaries.
"It's about all of our students. It's not about one student here or one student there. It's about how does this affect all of our students and what's the best recommendation we can make as a district," said John Morgan, Pasco School District Asst. Superintendent.
You can give your feedback at the next Pasco School Board meeting on February 5th at the district offices.
Richland schools will be unveiling their boundary plans Thursday at a public meeting at Carmichael Middle School.