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Past Projects

Woodbrook Elementary School Addition

On January 11, 2018, the School Board approved redistricting students from Greer and Agnor-Hurt to Woodbrook Elementary School as well students from Burley to Jouett Middle School. As a part of that decision, they included a grandfather clause for rising 4th, 7th and 8th graders and their siblings to remain at their current school. The new boundaries go into effect beginning in the 2018-19 school year.

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Albemarle High & Greer Elementary

On November 12, 2015, the School Board made two decisions:

First, they approved the Superintendent’s and committee’s recommendation on Greer Elementary: Do not redistrict any area. Instead, direct that staff evaluate non-redistricting options that may include housing Greer 5th grade at Jouett Middle School, relocating Greer’s pre-K programs, utilizing mobile classrooms, or other creative solutions that would provide temporary relief until additional seats are built at Woodbrook. Any solution should be implemented for the 2016-17 school year.

Second, the Board voted against the Superintendent’s recommendation to redistrict students from Albemarle High School to Monticello. The Board sought a more long-term solution than the recommendation provided.

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Agnor-Hurt Elementary School

On March 14, 2013, the School Board made several decisions regarding redistricting students at Agnor-Hurt Elementary:

Neighborhoods with 94 current students at Agnor-Hurt Elementary will be moved into the attendance zones for three neighboring schools. Students from neighborhoods along Woodlands and Earlysville Roads will move to Broadus Wood Elementary School. Students from the Northfield and Huntington Roads neighborhood will move to Woodbrook Elementary School. Students from the Townwood and Squirrel Ridge neighborhoods will move to Greer Elementary School. All rising fifth graders and their siblings are permitted to remain at Agnor-Hurt for one more year, but they must provide their own transportation or use an existing Agnor-Hurt bus stop if bus capacity is available.

The second decision is to redistrict middle school students from the Northfield Road/Huntington Road neighborhood to Jouett Middle School to allow all future Woodbrook students to attend the same middle school. All rising sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from Northfield/Huntington are permitted to remain at Burley Middle School until they complete middle school, but they must provide their own transportation or use an existing Burley bus stop if capacity allows.

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Western Feeder Pattern Elementary Schools

On March 14, 2013, the School Board made the following decision regarding redistricting students at Meriwether Lewis Elementary:

The School Board will take no current action to redistrict students at Meriwether Lewis Elementary School.

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Hollymead & Stony Point Elementary Schools

On March 8, 2012, the School Board approved the redistricting of 134 students from Hollymead Elementary School to Baker-Butler Elementary School. A "grandfather privilege" was extended for families of rising 5th graders and their siblings who are currently enrolled at Hollymead to stay at Hollymead through 5th grade.

Further, the School Board approved no redistricting for Stony Point Elementary. If enrollment accelerates in the future, the School Board will direct the convening of another redistricting advisory committee.

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Crozet Boundary Changes, Phases I and II

Implemented in 2007, Phase I of the Crozet redistricting project affected three Western Feeder Pattern elementary schools, including Brownsville, Crozet and Meriwether Lewis.

On December 11, 2008, the School Board approved the Phase II redistricting of 82 students from Crozet Elementary School to Brownsville Elementary School via recommended Option 3 (Grayrock). The decision was purposed to relieve the over capacity at Crozet and plan for future growth in both the Crozet and Brownsville elementary school districts beginning in the 2009-10 school year.

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County-wide Redistricting, Phases I and II

Phase I of the county-wide redistricting effort, implemented in 2005, affected five schools, including Baker-Butler, Brownsville and Hollymead elementary schools, and Burley and Walton middle schools.

Phase II of the project, implemented in 2006, affected 12 schools, including Agnor-Hurt, Greer, Meriwether Lewis and Murray at the elementary level; all five middle schools; and all three comprehensive high schools.

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Baker-Butler Elementary School

The opening of Baker-Butler Elementary School in 2002 led to redistricting of students in the Agnor-Hurt, Broadus Wood, Hollymead, Stony Point, and Woodbrook elementary school districts.​​

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