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FRISCO-Don’t divide families, At a packed school board conference, residents informed trustees Monday.

Over 250 individuals filled the gathering- a lot of people sitting in the aisles and crowding the lobby- to disapprove suggested attendance zone changes to assist school opening next year.

Based on community response, school administrators offered three choices but none got tremendous support from those attending.

Majority of the public discussion pointed on levelling out enrollment at Wakeland Hogh with the new Reedy High opening this August and the existing Lone Star High.

A lot of people disapproved what has been suggested the one-time assignment or a short term zoning option. That will bound students out of Wakeland to the new Reedy for one or two years, further then other students in the same community. Trails and Meadow Creek- will be delineated to Wakeland, which can divide families.

Freshman Olivia Fortenberry uttered that she partakes in a marching band at Wakeland together with her older brother. Subject to the temporary boarding option, she would proceed to Reedy next year while her younger brother would later be zoned to Wakeland.

‘’This will formulate travelling to and from extracurricular activities a logistical nightmare for my parents,’’ she uttered. ‘’My parents will have to decide between children and whose extracurricular activities they’ll participate.’’

Superintendent Jeremy Lyon announced that the district is taking into account permitting families who would be impacted for three or more years to stay together at Wakeland starting 2017.

However some families want to stay at Wakeland as well. Little Elm inhabitants who would be assigned to Lone Star under the proposal mentioned against that proposition, voiced out that their children have  created a bond with families south of Eldorado Parkway and should remain with their colleagues.

At all events, two districts were trying to get zoned into Reedy: Village Lakes and Park Place Estates. These are merely the areas that attend Pioneer Heritage Middle School and will stay in Frisco High zone fairly than go on to Reedy in suggested proposal.

Parent Dan Huff recommended authorizing all the Pioneer Heritage communities to remain together until expansion and future zoning amendments, make an amend necessary.

Having knowledge about the future amendment when these new high schools are built, demanding new rezoning in two to three years , retained us in our feeder pattern till that rezoning has to be addressed,’’ he said. ‘’ There is logic in doing it now.’’

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