And Then There were Two | District Announces Final Elementary School Boundary Change Options

Growing student enrollment, state mandated full day kindergarten and lower K-3 class size AND a new school opening. These are all elementary school changes slated for the 2016-17 school year in the Snoqualmie Valley School District –  and why SVSD is currently in the process of adjusting the boundaries for ALL of its elementary schools.

It started with Five Boundary Options and now it’s down to TWO. [Read more about the committee and process for recommending a boundary revision option to the School Board HERE.]

Both options leave the current attendance boundaries of Cascade View ES intact, with shift of Snoqualmie students coming from SES, FCE and NBE to new elementary school #6.

For North Bend families, the big difference between the two options is which neighborhoods will move from Opstad Elementary to North Bend Elementary to fill the space vacated by Snoqualmie students.

Share your Thoughts

Community members are asked to participate in an online survey to share their thoughts regarding the two boundary options HERE.  The survey closes on October 23rd at 12PM.

There will also be two community meetings to discuss the options:

  • Tuesday, October 20th, at 6:30PM, North Bend Elementary School lunchroom.
  • Wednesday, October 21st, at 6:30PM,  Mount Si Freshman Campus commons

 

Brief Description of  Two Final Boundary Options:

 

Option B2

  • Moves the Mount Si Road and parts of North Bend Way to NBES (from OES)
  • Moves Deer Park and Aster Creek to Elem 6 (from NBES)
  • Moves Eagle Point area and SE Vaughn to Elem 6 (from FCES)
  • Moves the Heights and area “K-North” to Elem 6 (from SES)

B2 map

B2


Option C2

  • Moves Cedar Village an Riverbend to NBES (from OES)
  • Moves Deer Park and Aster Creek to Elem 6 (from NBES)
  • Moves Eagle Point area and SE Vaughn to Elem 6 (from FCES)
  • Moves the Heights and area “K-North” to Elem 6 (from SES)
  • Moves SE 96th St.and 365th Ave SE (in Snoqualmie) and Echo Lake area to Elem 6 (from SES)

C2 map

C2

Middle School Feeder Plan Created

The boundary change will also support a middle school feeder system when the district returns to three middle schools in 2019.

  • Elem 6 and FCES students to attend Chief Kanim Middle School (CKMS)
  • OES and NBES students to attend Twin Falls Middle School (TFMS)
  • SES and CVES students to attend Snoqualmie Middle School (SMS)

For more Attendance Boundary information please visit the SVSD Informational page.

Speak Your Mind

*

%d bloggers like this: