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Thread: Avoid redistricting that isolates students

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    Default Avoid redistricting that isolates students

    In response to a Town Crier discussion board post, there have been several School Committee meetings at which I've said why I don't support separating out very small groups of students from one school for redistricting to another. It's one thing for students to redistrict with a sizable fraction of their former class, quite another to travel alone.

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    Default Why does the SC feel the need to place the entire reconfiguration on Loker?

    Jeff Dieffenbach's explanation - that he doesn't "support separating out very small groups of students from one school for redistricting to another" - of course doesn't answer the question.

    Jeff has said that he would like to have "zero impact" on Claypit Hill and Happy Hollow in the redistricting. Why is that?
    Why not throw everyone into the pot and come up with the most logical and most cost-effective approach?

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