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Attributes

  • Balances enrollment between the schools in 2010 when each school serves all four grades.

  • Applies major highways/roadways as boundaries

  • Keeps neighborhoods intact

Deficiencies

  • Splits 3 elementary feeder schools

  • Most costly for busing

Attributes

  • Splits one feeder school (Grace Best Elementary)

  • HS #2ís boundary is compact/efficient to serve

  • Applies major highways/roadways as boundaries

Deficiencies

  • Less reduction to overcrowding at LPHS

  • Overcrowds Creekside Middle School

Attributes

  • One of the two best for reducing busing cost

  • Equitable enrollment split for secondary schools

  • Generally applies major highways/roadways as boundaries

  • Equalizes travel distances for all students

Deficiencies

  • Splits 2 elementary feeder schools (Grace Best Elementary and Prairie Winds Elementary)

  • Unbalanced elementary school enrollment at Grace Best Elementary

Attributes

  • One of the two best for reducing busing cost

  • Uses major highways as boundaries

  • Better build-out enrollment for high schools

Deficiencies

  • Splits 2 elementary feeder schools (Grace Best Elementary and Prairie Winds

  • Overcrowds Lewis-Palmer Middle School in the early years

  • Adds travel time for southwest area commuters

 

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