Friday, October 29, 2010
Antioch, Cane Ridge students learn whether zones will change
By Julie Hubbard • The Tennessean • October 28, 2010 The Metro Nashville Public School District is sending out letters this week to about 2,000 students in the Cane Ridge and Antioch High School cluster zones who may be affected by redistricting next school year. “The Antioch and Cane Ridge areas have seen significant population growth over a number of years,” said Chris Weber, the district’s director of student assignment. The redistricting changes are the first-year implementation of a 10-year plan for managing the growth in the southern Davidson County. The school board approved the plan last summer. Parents will receive a letter by way of students that explains which school their child will be assigned to attend next fall, as well as where to learn about other available school options. A second copy will be mailed home. Changes will not affect enrollment for children currently assigned or approved to attend an out-of-zone school or magnet school.
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