New Elementary School Boundary Map Takes Effect
The new elementary school attendance zone boundary map takes effect this school year. The map was redrawn last November to create a new attendance zone for Uhland Elementary School, which opens in August, and to help alleviate current or projected overcrowding at some campuses. The exact changes are depicted on the approved attendance zone map (the enlarged version of the map above) and listed by campus online in English and Spanish. Double check your address online using the street-by-street attendance zone directory or view more attendance zone information and maps on the attendance zone webpage.
HS Attendance Map Rezoning to Take Place This Fall
Johnson High School will open in August 2019. To create an attendance zone map for the campus, the Board of Trustees is expected to empanel an attendance zone committee in August, according to the rules in Hays CISD policy that govern attendance zone changes. The first draft map options are expected to be published in late September after the attendance zone committee has reviewed the starting-point maps and made adjustments. At least two public forums are required during the process to change attendance zones. Look for more information about the forums and the process in your email, on the district website, and on district social media. Once dates and information associated with the upcoming process are set, the information will be published. The Board could vote as early as November or December on the new high school attendance zone maps. The new maps would take effect in August 2019 and not affect this school year.
NOTE: This information comes from the Hays CISD Back to School Newsletter & Tip Sheet 2018 – 2019.