continued The redistricting proposals do not include babysitter affidavits, for which Kuno said parents must reapply every year. It will be up to the board as to whether those will be allowed should the redistricting go through. Both scenarios, however, do include pullouts for special education and ESL services that may not be offered at the student’s home school.
Kuno said the district hasn’t undertaken a major redistricting in years.
“I don’t believe there has been a complete redistricting in decades,” she said. “When we added full-day kindergarten [in 2001-02], we did move a few streets here and there. But it was very minor. But a wholesale redistricting has not been done.”
The board will hold a workshop at 6:30 Monday, Nov. 25, at the district office to continue discussing the proposals. The board will vote on the proposal at its Dec. 2 meeting. If approved, the redistricting plan would be implemented in time for the 2014-15 school year.