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    January 05, 2018 Meeting Documents
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    Meeting logistics:

    • Friday, January 5, 2018
    • 12 to 2 pm
    • Conference Room 2750 at the John Stanford Center

    Meeting minutes:

    At the School Board Meeting on January 3, 2018, the School Board asked district staff to review two updated Highly Capable (HC) pathway and boundary map scenarios for the opening of Lincoln High School in 2019-20 and review these scenarios with the High School Boundary Task Force on January 5.

    District staff have developed two additional maps for the task force to review. Additional modifications may be made to the maps before the Board Work session on January 10, 2018 to incorporate feedback from the task force.

    The Board will review updated maps at the work session and determine which HC scenario and boundary map will be included in the High School Growth Boundaries Board Action Report on January 17 for Introduction. The Board anticipates voting on high school boundary changes for 2019-20 at the January 31 Board meeting.

    The boundary maps and projections are based on the following two HC pathway scenarios. In both scenarios, there would be no pathway changes until the 2019-20 school year:

    1. Three guaranteed pathways and one optional pathway long term: Lincoln as the North Pathway, Garfield as the South Pathway, West Seattle High School as the West Seattle Pathway, and Ingraham as the optional pathway.
    2. Three guaranteed pathways and one optional pathway as outlined above for two years beginning in the 2019-20 school year until the 2021-22 school year. HC students would be served in all attendance area high schools beginning in the 2021-22 school year.

    Lincoln Scenario Maps:

    Three (3) pathway and one (1) optional pathway data sheet PDF icon

    Please note that Enrollment Planning has been making efforts to have all posted documents ADA accessible. We apologize that the maps and data spread sheets are not fully accessible. For questions and more information about the documents, please email growthboundaries@seattleschools.org.