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Redistricting information sessions for northeast Chatham planned

By Mia Munn
Posted Monday, February 1, 2010

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Pittsboro, NC - The opening of Pollard Middle School provides an opportunity to shift attendance zones slightly so that schools are more evenly utilized. Besides the middle school students from Perry Harrison and North Chatham moving to Pollard mid-year next school year, about 150 kids (Horton, PES, North Chatham) will be moved to a different school.

There will be two information meetings and a hearing at regular board meeting. To see the map of the proposed districts, open this link and go to the last page of the presentation.

Information meeting - presentation by Mr. Logan, parents can write comments on cards that will be collected and tabulatedThursday, Feb 16, 6:30-7:30, Pittsboro Elementary Multi-purpose room - target audience - parents from Horton, PES, and Moncure Thursday, Feb 23, 6:30-7:30, North Chatham Multi-purpose room - target audience - parents from North Chatham

Hearing on Redistricting (and on the 2010-11 budget during regular board meeting work session) - public comments (need to sign up at the beginning of the meeting to speak)
Monday, March 1, 6:30 - currently on the schedule for the Central Office in Pittsboro, but will likely be moved to SAGE Academy in Siler City (because there is very limited space in the board room in Pittsboro)

Vote on redistricting during regular board meeting Monday, March 8, 6:30 - currently on the schedule for SAGE Academy in Siler City but will like by moved to Central Office in Pittsboro (so that one meeting in March will be in each location)

 
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