HCPSS Draft Redistricting Maps

The proposal maps from the Area Attendance Committee are public, but at this point we do not have data attached to the proposed changes. I’ve included the redistricting map for High Schools below, and you can view proposed changes for Middle and Elementary schools as well. Trust me, you’ll want to use the zoom function!

Mark your calendars for regional meetings in September:

Tuesday, Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m., Wilde Lake High School
Wednesday, Sept. 13, 7:30 p.m., Howard High School

And public hearings with the Board of Education:

Thursday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., Public Hearing I
Tuesday, Nov. 7, 7 p.m., Public Hearing II

Additionally, the full redistricting process timeline is available on the HCPSS site. Share your feedback with HCPSS through their survey. The final AAC meeting will be 8/15, so I encourage you to complete the survey as soon as possible. The AAC survey asks you to compare the AAC maps to the 2017 feasibility study maps, but the survey is very brief.

Having been through redistricting as a student during my time as an HCPSS student I know it can be a difficult time for everyone involved. I’m interested in hearing how you feel about the proposals, please reach out!

2 thoughts on “HCPSS Draft Redistricting Maps

  1. Ray Whitney Reply

    The survey is significantly flawed in that it solicits feedback on unlike data presentation. I have yet to see a side-by-side comparison of the different plans. Maps are absolutely useless when it comes to meaningful, informed conversation about the populations and changes to the schools. It comes across as bureaucratic obfuscation. It absolutely does not come across as transparency and information sharing.

  2. christiana Post authorReply

    Ray, I completely agree and made similar comments in the survey and subsequent emails to the superintendent and board.

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