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Title: Jordan School District Board of Education January 24, 2012 Boundary Discussion and Recommendation Eastlake, Daybreak, Rose Creek, and Welby Elementary Schools


1
Jordan School DistrictBoard of Education
January 24, 2012Boundary Discussion and
RecommendationEastlake, Daybreak, Rose Creek,
and WelbyElementary Schools
  • Teri Timpson, Administrator of Schools, Herriman
    and Riverton Feeder Systems
  • Anthony Godfrey, Administrator of Schools,
    Bingham and Copper Hills Feeder Systems

2
Overview
  • Report of Activities
  • Additional Information
  • Summary of Patron Feedback
  • Recommendation

3
Report of Activities
4
Advance Meetings with Public
  • Meetings held with School Community Councils to
    discuss procedures
  • December 2011 at Eastlake, Daybreak, Rose Creek,
    and Welby
  • Meetings held with Board of Education to review
    proposed options, timeline, and process
  • December 13, 2011
  • January 3, 2012

5
Patron Notification
  • Letters providing survey and open house
    information sent home with every student (grades
    K-6) and mailed to every student home.
  • Letters encouraged patrons to access boundary
    information and respond to a survey at
    www.elementaryschoolboundary.com.
  • Link to survey emailed to all parents through
    Skyward.
  • Links to boundary information website posted on
    main District Web page.

6
Survey
  • Online survey and boundary information website
    activated on January 4, 2012.
  • Response will be made by email and/or phone to
    every patron completing the survey.
  • Calls made to address questions, concerns, and
    misunderstandings expressed in comments portion
    of survey.
  • Over 860 survey responses to date.
  • Responses analyzed and summarized for the Board
    of Education in this presentation.
  • All written responses from patrons will be
    provided to the Board, along with a copy of this
    presentation.

7
Open Houses
  • Two open houses held at Elk Ridge Middle School
  • January 11
  • Total Attendees 33
  • January 12
  • Total Attendees 28
  • Total Attendees 61

8
Open House Format
  • Computer labs available for patrons to give
    feedback through the survey.
  • Assistance given in completing surveys.
  • Review of options using large, printed version of
    maps.
  • One-on-one contact and discussion with patrons at
    open houses.
  • Sharing of viewpoints among patrons.

9
Additional Information
10
Enrollment Projections
  • All enrollment projections are calculated based
    on
  • Enrollment history
  • The number of K-5 students currently enrolled in
    area schools as of October 1
  • Anticipated growth
  • Current and future development projects

11
Boundary Options Commonalities
  • None of the boundary options would result in a
    change of calendar for any school involved.
  • All three options involve boundary changes for
    Welby and would delay a change to a traditional
    calendar indefinitely.
  • Boundary options that involve Daybreak and Rose
    Creek include the same neighborhoods.

12
Boundary Options - Commonalities
  • Permits would be very limited at Eastlake and at
    any schools involved in the final boundary
    change.
  • Dual immersion students will have the opportunity
    to continue in the program.
  • All three options provide only temporary relief
    for the overcrowding at Eastlake.

13
Summary of Patron Feedback
14
Total Survey Responses 858 Eastlake Responses
465 Daybreak Responses 209 Rose
Creek Responses 54 Welby Responses 52 Area
Responses As indicated on map
52
64
108
144
137
209
12
54
15
Patron Responses by Category
16
Presentation of Patron Feedback
  • Current boundary
  • Boundary option and enrollment projections
  • Considerations
  • Average overall ratings 1 (least favorable) to
  • 5 (most favorable)
  • Average ratings by neighborhood
  • Representative comments

17
Current Boundaries
18
Option A Considerations Permits Extremely
limited Boundary Longevity 3 years Transportati
on Cost increase 40,000 JSD increase 16,000
Some new Daybreak students would no longer be
eligible for busing. All new Rose Creek Students
would be bused. Most new Welby students would
now be eligible for busing. Feeder
Alignment Secondary school feeders would no
longer be aligned for new students at Rose
Creek. High school feeders would no longer be
aligned for Daybreak and Welby.
Option A
19
Option 1
Option A
Overall Average Rating 2.19
20
2.60
4.65
1.29
Option A Ratings by Area Overall Average 2.19
Option A
3.05
1.07
2.05
1.60
2.15
21
Option A Comments
  • I like this option because it will give the most
    amount of time for Eastlake to be within
    enrollment capacity.
  • I do not think this boundary option is the best
    for the students in the Jordan Farms neighborhood
    because the feeder patterns do not work.
  • This option keeps my Daybreak neighborhood,
    North Shore, within Eastlakes boundary.
  • Option A allows for the longest time frame
    before boundary changes will be required again.
  • I think this option impacts the most schools and
    students. I feel that the boundary change should
    impact the least amount of schools and students
    while still achieving the goal.

22
Current Boundaries
23
  • Option B Considerations
  • Permits
  • Extremely limited
  • Boundary Longevity
  • 2 years
  • Transportation
  • Cost increase
  • 20,000
  • JSD increase
  • 8,000
  • Some new Daybreak students would no longer be
    eligible for busing.
  • All new Rose Creek Students would be bused.
  • Some new Welby students would now be eligible for
    busing.

Option B
24
Option B Overall Average 2.61
Option B
25
4.02
1.30
4.69
Option B Ratings by Area Overall Average 2.61
Option B
3.46
1.17
2.15
2.22
2.34
26
Option B comments
  • This option may provide the least expense of the
    options presented, but it divides neighborhoods
    and separates kids when they are sent to their
    feeder schools.
  • This is more favorable. You have children who
    live in close proximity attending the same
    schools. It is more likely the children can walk
    to school which would reduce the need for
    busing.
  • I really like this boundary change. I feel that
    it is central and will keep our neighborhoods
    together.

27
Current Boundaries
28
  • Option C Considerations
  • Permits
  • Extremely limited
  • Boundary Longevity
  • 2 years
  • Transportation
  • Cost increase
  • 40,000
  • JSD increase
  • 16,000
  • Most new Welby students would now be eligible for
    busing.
  • Feeder Alignment
  • High school feeders would no longer align for
    Welby.

Option C
29
Option C Overall Average 3.43
Option C
30
2.39
3.83
Option C Ratings by Area Overall Average 3.43
1.30
Option C
2.25
4.84
4.12
4.20
4.04
31
Option C Comments
  • This is the best option of the three. It
    follows major roads. It balances the enrollment
    better and also cuts down on additional
    portables.
  • I personally like that fewer schools are
    impacted which means less chaos overall.
  • This is the best option for my students at Rose
    Creek. I feel like we have been too crowded for
    many years.
  • This plan has a neighborhood that is close
    enough to walk to Eastlake being bused to Welby.
  • This is not the best option because it splits up
    neighborhoods.

32
Option Comparison Net Transportation Costs
(per year)
33
Option Comparison Overall Rating
34
Recommendation
35
Recommendation
  • After a review of a number of considerations
    including, but not limited to
  • Patron feedback
  • Boundary student populations
  • Neighborhood configurations
  • Transportation costs
  • the administration recommends

36
Option C
37
Option C Rationale
  • Received highest rating from patrons.
  • Utilizes the capacity at Welby.
  • Helps manage growth at Eastlake.
  • Impacts the least number of schools.

38
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