Welcome to High School Growth Mitigation Committee
The High School Growth Mitigation Committee is to recommend to the superintendent revisions to high school enrollment boundaries beginning fall 2020 to reduce enrollment at Jackson High School, including “complementary and practical program changes, portable classrooms, and minor schedule changes.” The committee meets twice a month through March 2019. The committee will hold community feedback events in November and February. The committee will make a recommendation to the superintendent by March 2019. The committee will include district and community members and is supported by a facilitator and district personnel.
At its August 28 meeting, the district’s Board of Directors approved the makeup, task and timeline for a committee charged with finding solutions to a classroom puzzle – where and how to provide enough high-quality classroom space for the district’s growing number of high school students.
Thank you to all the community members who applied for the High School Growth Mitigation Planning Committee. The application period is now closed.
The 30-member committee includes:
Three community members from each of the comprehensive high schools - Cascade, Everett and Jackson
One student from each of the comprehensive high schools
Two community members from each of the district's five middle schools - Eisenhower, Evergreen, Gateway, Heatherwood and North
Administrators representing the three high schools and five middle schools
The committee began its work on October 24, 2018, and will report its suggestions for solutions to the superintendent by March 31, 2019 – in time to give high school families across the district a year of preparation for the changes for fall 2020.
The following board and community presentations and the summary of public comments during the three community conversations held in May 2018 provide helpful background about this process so far.