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Boundary Rezoning Committee assembles for first meeting

Highland Park ISD’s Boundary Rezoning Committee held its first meeting on Tuesday, April 30, to begin the process of redrawing school attendance boundaries for the district’s five elementary school campuses, up from the current four. The new boundaries are scheduled to go into effect at the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
 
The committee reviewed the process it will undertake to formulate a recommendation to the HPISD Board of Trustees in October of this year. Minutes from the meeting have been posted here. Handouts presented at the meeting can be accessed here.
 
Throughout the process, community members will have the opportunity to provide input and feedback through an online form.
 
The next meeting is scheduled for 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4 at the current Hyer Elementary School, 8385 Durham, and is open to the public to attend and observe. Comments from the public via the online form will need to be submitted prior to the close of business on Friday, May 31, in order to be forwarded to the committee prior to its June meeting. Input submitted later will be considered during the next scheduled meeting in September.