School redistricting 2011
About 75 people showed up at Hickman High School to learn more about a half-dozen boundary maps proposed for intermediate and high schools in the district.
School board members, district employees, parents and more attended the event to hear about the proposed maps for high school and intermediate school boundaries.
Since January, the 25 members of the Secondary Planning Enrollment Committee have put in a lot of hours, attended a lot of meetings and created a lot of maps.
Take a look at how the different redistricting options would affect your neighborhood.
Eight forums will be held in November. The first will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the media center at Hickman High School.
Students currently in grades five through nine will take different paths through school because of redistricting.
Columbia Public Schools is redrawing boundaries to make fewer transitions from school to school for students and to balance demographics.
The public is invited to a presentation Thursday morning of new school boundary scenarios.
Don Ludwig, chairman of a committee charged with redrawing the district's boundaries, updated members of the Columbia School Board on Thursday on the committee's schedule and the effects of new boundaries on students, teachers and transportation services.
Under a revised timeline, the Columbia Secondary Enrollment Planning Committee expects to announce the results of its boundary analysis on Oct. 27.