Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is holding a series of workshops to ask for input on proposed boundary options for five new schools. CMS will open three new elementary schools and two new high schools in the 2010-2011 school year. The meetings will be held at locations across the district. During the meetings, staff will provide information about the proposed boundaries and will ask for feedback. There will be two community meetings for each area of the district affected by the new school boundaries. The same information will be presented at each meeting.
The meeting schedule is:
Thursday, March 19
North Mecklenburg High (11201 Old Statesville Road, Huntersville)
First community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Bailey Road high school and the new Stumptown Road elementary school.

Tuesday, March 24
Independence High (1967 Patriot Drive)
First community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Mint Hill high school and the new Robinson Church Road elementary school.

Tuesday, March 31
Hopewell High (11530 Beatties Ford Road)
Second community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Bailey Road high school and the new Stumptown Road elementary school.

Tuesday, April 2
Butler High (1810 Matthews-Mint Hill Road, Matthews)
Second community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Mint Hill high school and the new Robinson Church Road elementary school.

Monday, April 13
Highland Creek Elementary (7242 Highland Creek Parkway)
First community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Johnston Oehler Road elementary school.

Thursday, April 23
Highland Creek Elementary (7242 Highland Creek Parkway)
Second community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Johnston Oehler Road elementary school.

All of the community meetings will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. CMS staff will present recommendations to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education on Tuesday, May 12. A public hearing and vote on the boundary recommendations is scheduled for the June 9 Board meeting.
Click here for more information about the boundary process, or to look at the proposed boundary