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RECOMMENDATION PHASE (February)
 

Following the Public Input meetings, AZAC reviews the public comments received and designates by majority vote a final recommendation for each of the Focus Areas.
 

Recommendation Provisions

AZAC recommendations are made in consultation with staff, principals, community input, transportation staff, and safety authorities from local government agencies.  The district is committed to taking reasonable measures to enhance the diversity of student enrollment within each school.

The Demographics, Zoning, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Department may make staff recommendations in consultation with principals, community input, transportation staff, and safety authorities from local government agencies as deemed necessary.

Only elements presented at public input in the proposals may be moved forward as part of a recommendation.

Once the AZAC has heard the public input, they may make a recommendation for a zone change to the Superintendent of Schools which would then be considered by the Board of School Trustees at a Special Zoning meeting in late February.  

The Board of School Trustees may approve, approve with modifications, deny or table for further action any recommendation or proposed option. 

 

When are Approved Attendance Boundary Changes Effective?
Recommendations that are approved by the Board of School Trustees become effective at the beginning of the next school year.

When will AZAC Recommendations be presented to the Board of School Trustees?
A joint Board of School Trustees and AZAC meeting is scheduled for

February 25 at 5:30 pm

Edward A. Greer Education Center
Education Center Board Room
2832 East Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89121

Agenda: February 25, 2019

 


The AZAC Process and Timeline

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AZAC Recommended Changes to
Elementary School Attendance Boundaries
for the 2019-2020 School Year
 
Focus Area E1
Recommendation Flyer
Recommendation for Focus Area E1 - Map & Table

Affected Elementary Schools
  Sandra B. Abston (new)
  Kathy L. Batterman
  Patricia A. Bendorf
  Roger M. Bryan
  Marion B. Earl
  Judy and John L. Goolsby
  Keith C. and Karen W. Hayes
  Frank Kim
  D'Vorre and Hal Ober
  Lucille S. Rogers
Focus Area E2
Recommendation Flyer
Recommendation for Focus Area E2 - Map & Table

Affected Elementary Schools
  Earl N. Jenkins (new)
  Sister Robert Joseph Bailey
  Cynthia Cunningham
  Mervin R. Iverson
  Hal Smith
  Whitney

 


AZAC Recommended Changes to
Middle and Junior High School Attendance Boundaries
for the 2019-2020 School Year
 

Focus Area M1
Recommendation Flyer
Recommendation for Focus Area M1 - Map & Table

Affected Junior High School
  Clifford J. Lawrence
Affected Middle Schools
  Kenny C. Guinn
  Grant Sawyer
Focus Area M2
Recommendation Flyer
Recommendation for Focus Area M2 - Map & Table

STAFF Recommendation Flyer
STAFF Recommendation
for Focus Area M2 - Map & Table

Affected Junior High School
  Francis H. Cortney
Affected Middle Schools
  Kathleen and Tim Harney
  Duane D. Keller
  Jerome D. Mack
  C. W. Woodbury

AZAC Recommended Changes to
Elementary, Middle, and High School Attendance Boundaries
for the 2019-2020 School Year

Focus Area C1
Recommendation Flyer
Recommendation for Focus Area C1 - Map & Table

Affected Elementary Schools
  James H. Bilbray
  Indian Springs
  William and Mary Scherkenbach
Affected Middle Schools
  Ralph L. Cadwallader
  Indian Springs
Affected High Schools
  Arbor View
  Indian Springs
 

CONTACT INFO RELATED LINKS SOCIAL MEDIA
AZAC (Attendance Zone Advisory Commission)
1180 Military Tribute Place
Henderson, NV 89074
phone: 702-799-0239 (AZAC Hotline)
Email: azac@nv.ccsd.net
 

 

 

 

 
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