Pasco and Richland School Boards to Discuss Boundary Changes
Pasco Board Members will either choose to vote on one of two new boundary plans or delay the decision.
NBCRightNow.com - Two local school districts are discussing some important decisions that could affect where your children go to school.
Richland and Pasco Board members are meeting Tuesday evening. Pasco Board Members will either choose to vote on one of two new boundary plans or delay the decision.
The district has been taking public input to redraw the school lines for when they open the new Rosalind Franklin STEM Elementary School.
Over in Richland they are barely starting the process of redrawing boundary lines.
The Richland School District is rebuilding and expanding several schools and opening a new elementary in South Richland.
The district has already taken some public input on the new boundary lines and will start discussing some criteria from that input Tuesday. But they say it will be a long process.
"The board is just going to review the input from that meeting and then once again two weeks from now, and after that in march that's when the committee will start using the criteria to start getting some ideas for redrawing the boundary," said Steve Aagaard, Richland School District Communications Director.