Boundary Maps

Click here for staff recommendation for middle school boundary changes. (Posted 11/8/17)

Click here to see an overlay of the recommended middle school boundaries and the current elementary and high school boundaries.


Options presented at the “What We Heard” Meetings (Oct. 25&26)

These are not finalized maps. They are based on community input and staff analysis. The community will have an opportunity to provide input a third set of maps prior to the Superintendent’s recommendation to the School Board on November 14. To see the October 25 presentation in English click here or in Spanish click here.

Option A- Boundary Change  (header revised 11/8/17)

Option A Boundary Change (with street names)

Option B — Boundary Change; Immersion moved to  Kenmore (header revised 11/8/17)

Option B_Boundary Change_Immersion moved to Kenmore (with street names)


Draft Blended Maps (presented at the Oct. 2&4  “Getting Started” Meetings)

These draft “blended” maps combine two or more considerations and were shared at the October 2 Getting Started Community Meeting.  These are not finalized maps, but are starting points for a community discussion.

Scenario 1B- Alignment Blended (+Efficiency)

Scenario 1D- Proximity Blended (+ Contiguity) without Williamsburg Island

Scenario 1F- Proximity Blended (+Demographics) with Williamsburg Island

Scenario 1H- Demographics (+Proximity) Blended

1H Demographics blended with Proximity (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1J- Efficiency Blended Consideration (title updated 10/3/17)

1J Efficiency blended with Proximity (with street names and highlighted planning units)


Illustrative Maps (presented at the Oct. 2&4  “Getting Started” Meetings)

Drafts of these illustrative maps were shared at the Sept 12 School Board Work Session on Middle School Boundary Changes. Since then, they have been updated to include projected capacity utilization and demographic information including: % of students economically disadvantaged, with disabilities, English learners, race and ethnicity.  These are NOT finalized maps. They were developed to show how applying only one of the six boundary considerations could impact all middle schools.

Please click here to provide input on the following maps.

Scenario 1A- Alignment Single Consideration 

1A Alignment Single Consideration (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1C- Proximity Single consideration (with Williamsburg island)

1C Proximity Single Consideration with Williamsburg Island (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1E- Proximity Single Consideration with Williamsburg island

1E Proximity Single Consideration with Williamsburg Island (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1G- Demographics Single Consideration

1G Demographics Single Consideration (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1I- Efficiency Single Consideration

1I Efficiency Single Consideration  (with street names and highlighted planning units)

These draft “blended” maps combine two or more considerations and were shared at the October 2 Getting Started Community Meeting.  They are not finalized maps, but are starting points for a community discussion. 

Please click here to provide input on the following maps.

Scenario 1B- Alignment Blended (+Efficiency)

1B Alignment blended with Efficiency  (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1D- Proximity Blended (+ Contiguity) without Williamsburg island

1D Proximity Blended with Contiguity without Williamsburg Island (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1F- Proximity Blended (+Demographics) with Williamsburg island

1F Proximity blended with Demographics with Williamsburg Island (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1H- Demographics (+Proximity) Blended

 1H Demographics blended with Proximity (with street names and highlighted planning units)

Scenario 1J- Efficiency Blended Consideration (title updated 10/3/17)

1J Efficiency blended with Proximity (with street names and highlighted planning units)