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    These principles were developed and put into priority order by the High School Boundary Task Force. They are being used in developing the task force's recommendations on high school boundary changes.

    1. Equity: Use an equity lens to ensure that the changes don’t unfairly impact students with higher needs.
    2. Align high school boundaries with elementary and middle school feeder patters as much as possible.
    3. Use data, such as enrollment counts, enrollment projections, capture rates, student demographics, etc., to inform decisions.
    4. Create high schools that are the optimal size so that there can be a diversity of programs and services for students at their schools.
    5. Minimize fiscal impact.
    6. Minimize disruption to existing boundaries.



    Last updated: 10/18/17