Washoe Country School District

July 22, 2014

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Spanish Springs Area Rezoning  
 

On October 25, 2011 Washoe County School District staff was directed to establish a committee to analyze student capacity distribution and possible rezoning and/or capacity increases for the Spanish Springs area elementary schools. The specific purpose of the committee is to identify the best long range solution(s) to manage student enrollment growth in the region through either rezoning or capacity increases or a combination of both. The results will be presented to the school communities in the fall of 2012 and to the Washoe County School District Board of Trustees in December 2012 for implementation, as necessary, for the 2013-14 school year.

Rezoning Presentation

School Attendance Areas (BOT-083)

Capacity and Enrollment

Growth Projections

English Language Learners and Free and Reduced Lunch Data

Presentation given by Mark Stanton to the Spanish Springs Elementary Schools Rezoning Committee at the February 21, 2012 meeting

Projected Debt Service Coverage

Zones A (image)

Zones B (image)

Bubble Slides

Capacity Addition Worksheet

VGES_Walkzone_1

VGES_Walkzone_2

Adopted Committee Recommendation

 

Rezone Meeting Agenda



Rezone Meeting Schedule


  • February 7th – This opening meeting will include introductions, establish goals, outline the tasks, establish timelines, provide background information and definitions and other introductory information.
  • February 21st – The second meeting will center on a springboard presentation of the rezoning of the Spanish Springs area with no additional capacity.
  • March 6th – This meeting will begin with questions/concerns about the springboard presented at the previous meeting.
  • March 20th – Final discussion regarding the previous springboard; presentation of a second and possibly third springboard which considers additional capacity.
  • April – Spring Break and members present to both their school’s faculty and parent organization the work of the committee including the various springboards and gather suggestions and comments to help guide the committee’s future work.
  • May 8th, 15th and June 5th (as needed). These meetings will establish preliminary rezoning boundaries.
  • Mid September – Committee reconvenes to review its previous work and consider preliminary enrollment data and any changes that may have developed since it last met.
  • Mid October - This meeting(s) is to match final count day data with the preliminary rezoning boundaries established in the spring, and to then adopt a final proposal to the Board of Trustees.
  • November – Informational presentation to the Board.
  • December – Seek final approval of the plan from the Board.


Springboard and Study Area Maps


 

Binder Information

Mobile or Hammerhead Need

Springboard Chart 1

Percentage of Team Capacity of Springboard

 

Alignment Maps


Springboard Binder Information

 

Variances


Final Adopted School Zoning Maps


If you have any questions or concerns you can contact Ann Gabica.

All rezoning meetings are open to the public.