DULUTH, MN -- The Duluth School District is inviting the community to weigh in on several new possibilities for adjusting school attendance boundaries.
The redistricting proposals are part of an ongoing process to identify adjustments to ensure enrollment numbers match the capacity of each school, according to district officials.
The three new scenarios released Tuesday were drafted from research and community input.
Community members are encouraged to review detailed information and provide input via an online survey and two community meetings.
The community meetings will be facilitated by Cooperative Strategies, a firm with expertise in helping school districts gather data, analyze and draft boundaries for public consideration.
The first meeting will be held from 6-8 p.m. January 22 at Duluth East High School.
The second meeting will be held from 6-8 p.m. on January 23 at Denfeld High School.
Click here to take the online survey, which is available until 8 a.m. February 3.
The Duluth School Board is tentatively scheduled to review information and consider possible adjustments in February or March. The earliest any changes would take place would be September 2020.
Timelines, links and other information related to Duluth's Boundary Study are available here.