How do you
become an AZAC Member?
The members of the AZAC are volunteers, parents and concerned
citizens appointed by the Board of School Trustees and the
Superintendent of Schools to represent their individual
districts. The School Board Trustee in each district
appoints two individuals from their area. If you are
interested in serving, contact the School Board Office at
Why are changes
made to attendance zones?
Attendance zones for new schools and changes to existing zones
are reviewed annually by the AZAC. While most attendance
zone boundaries remain the same, some may be adjusted when
an attendance zone is established for a new school or to
relieve overcrowded conditions at an existing school.
Zoning decisions are made based upon new school construction,
current enrollment, anticipated future enrollment growth,
alternative schedules, and program needs.
does AZAC take into consideration when determining attendance
Zoning criteria is established by district Policy and
Regulation 7111. AZAC will consider, but is not limited to,
over- underutilization of schools; racial, ethnic, and
socioeconomic diversity of students; feeder school
alignment; and proximity of the school to the address of
If I am in favor
of a proposal or recommendation, do I need to attend a public
Parent involvement is a crucial part of the AZAC process. All
AZAC meetings are public and subject to Open Meeting laws.
It is always recommended that you attend public input
meetings when attendance boundaries affecting your child are
being discussed. These meetings are an opportunity to voice
your opinion about proposals being considered by AZAC.
What are the
Policies, Regulations, and Bylaws?
of the Attendance Zone Advisory
Assignment Exceptions, Zone Variance,
Board-Approved Option, Transfer,
and Magnet School Assignment
|District Attendance Zoning
Elementary Schools To and From
Year-Round Calendars and Flexible Double
ed. - 2019
|| Nevada Open Meeting Law Manual