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Temporary Boundary Change
​Rosa Parks and Wilder Elementary Schools



Superintendent Announces Temporary Boundary Recommendation

Moves students from Rosa Parks Elementary to Wilder Elementary next fall to reduce overcrowding. Note: This recommendation was approved the district's Board of Directors at its January 28 meeting.

Superintendent's Presentation

Dr. Traci Pierce made a presentation to the district's Board of Directors concerning her temporary boundary recommendation at the January 14 work session and meeting.

Temporary Boundary Change Survey Results

Parents from Rosa Parks and Wilder Elementary weighed in on their preference among three possible scenarios for the new temporary boundary.

Parent input on possible boundary scenarios

Three possible scenarios were introduced to parents at an open house on November 29, 2012.

If you were unable to attend, the three scenarios are posted here:

Scenario A

Scenario B

Scenario C

Here are answers to many of the questions parents have asked about the temporary boundary process.
Parents at Rosa Parks and Wilder were surveyed on potential decision criteria for the new boundary.

​Due to the growing enrollment at Rosa Parks Elementary School, the district is developing a temporary change in the boundary between Rosa Parks and Wilder Elementary Schools. During the process to determine the new boundary, information will be posted here periodically. This new boundary will be in effect for the 2013-14 through 2015-16 school years.


 Rosa Parks Elementary Feedback

​Parents of Rosa Parks Elementary students were asked for feedback on different options to solve the issues facing Rosa Parks because of its growing enrollment. Results of that survey can be read here.

 Parent Meeting Presentation

​Dr. Traci Pierce, superintendent, made a presentation to Rosa Parks Elementary parents on September 27, 2012. A copy of her presentation is posted here.

 More Information

This page provides information on what would happen if no boundary change ocurred.
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