Okay, Dunwoody.....here's your chance to have input on solutions to the overcrowding of our schools. Peachtree Charter MS is scheduled to have 16 trailers the 2016-2017 school year. Read more at Stan Jester's latest blog: http://factchecker.stanjester.com/2016/03/6373/
The DeKalb County School District is conducting an assessment of its middle school and high school facilities to determine challenges and needs for the future. This assessment is known as the Secondary School Facility Planning and Feasibility Study.
The study will identify the challenges and opportunities facing each middle school and high school, determine options to address the needs identified, and prepare regional master plans to implement the options. The regional master plans will be presented to the Board of Education for approval as input into the 2017-2022 E-SPLOST program.
The study will review feeder patterns, re-clustering attendance areas, additions to schools and new/replacement schools.
Five regional community meetings in three rounds for the public to participate in this process. Those dates are:
Round 1 (Gather input on the challenges and opportunities facing the region)
- Tuesday April 12th at Tucker HS at 6:30pm
- Thursday April 14th at Southwest DeKalb HS at 6:30pm
Round 2 (Present options for public input)
- Tuesday May 10th at Dunwoody HS at 6:30pm
- Thursday May 12th at McNair HS at 6:30pm
Round 3 (Present Recommended Plan)
- Thursday, July 14th at AIC at 6:30pm
For more information please visit the website at: http://www.dekalb.k12.ga.us/www/secondaryschoolfacilitystudy/