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    D89 boundary changes

    D41 should try this to reduce enrollment.

    Glen Ellyn District 89 Wants New Attendance Map To Draw Line On Surging Enrollment


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    The Superintendent's Boundary Committee unanimously backed a proposal to phase four neighborhoods and a preschool out of District 89 for the next school year, according to the district's website.
    International Village students move from Park View to Arbor View
    Canterybury Woods students move from Westfield to Arbor View
    Glen Park Estates students move from Westfield to Arbor View
    Arboretum Estates students move from Westfield to Arbor View
    Four preschool classrooms move from Arbor View to Briar Glen
    One specialized classroom moves from Brian Glen to Westfield
    I am not familiar with these neighborhoods.....what district will the kids be moved to then? they must mean changing school boundaries.....

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    Just glanced through the various meeting minutes, I think the Patch article might be misleading. Appears they want to change the various school boundaries, not the overall district boundary.

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    "At this time, the four current elementary buildings have capacity to handle the total District population, but not in the way that population is being split up."

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    figured, thanks!

    they need to step up the quality of reporting....hopefully not a millennial thing....maybe the reporter should downsize the number of rats and focus on writing....just a thought...

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