Updated School Redistricting for River Hill Area

This new plan was presented by the Area Attendance Committee. I extracted the data from the map from the school website: http://www.hcpss.org/school-planning/aac-process/. The presented result is very difficult to comprehend, for example, how many kids are moved, how their metrics is changing.

All numbers below are polygon numbers.

Clarksville Elementary School:

  • Accepting: 177, 1177, 141, 141, 142, 140 from Swanfield ES

Pointers Run Elementary School:

  • Accepting: 127 from Clemens Crossing ES
  • Accepting 112,2112, 1112 from Fulton ES
  • Sending 1189, 189. 1192, 118, 2114 to Dayton Oaks ES

Clarksville Middle School:

  • Accepting: 198,1198, 2198, 1192, 1176 from Folly Quarter MS
  • Accepting : 1296, 296, 127, 126 from Lime Klin MS

River Hill High School:

  • Accepting: 179,1179,1178, 178 from Marriotts Ridge HS
  • Accepting: 2175, 1175, 175, 1177, 1141, 177, 142, 141, 1140, 1172, 172, 1174, 174, 3174, 2174,1053, 135, 2135, 53, 2134, 1134, 1135, 2053, 1066, 66 from Wilde Lake HS
  • Accepting: 190 from Atholton
  • Accepting: 118, 114, 1114, 2114 from Reservoir HS
  • Sending: 182, 1182, 3281, 2182, 2183, 1183, 183 to Glenelg High

Atholton High School:

  • Accepting: 1115, 122, 1125, 125.

Finding your polygon here: https://chaowu.org/2017/06/24/how-to-find-hcpss-school-polygon-map-number/

3 thoughts on “Updated School Redistricting for River Hill Area

  1. Bonnie, this is the proposal from area attendance committee which differs from early propose from school staff. The superintend has the power to make changes and the BOE will have the power to make changes too. BOE will vote on the superintendent’s proposal, which may be a combination of two proposals, later this year.

  2. Grant says:

    Are there any plans to release an analysis of the plan similar to the feasibility study analysis (capacity now and in the future, FARMS, how many kids are going to move, how feeds are effected) or are we just stuck with a bunch of maps?

    I’m glad for the survey, but I’m not sure how I feel without this information.

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