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2016-17 Boundary Proposal No. S1c1,
Analysis and Community Input

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Proposal Number S1c1
Date Submitted August 2, 2015
Submitted By Demographics & Student Assignments Staff
Schools Involved New Renaissance Middle, Olsen Middle, H. D. Perry Middle, Hallandale Adult & Community Center
IZones Involved Hallandale, Miramar

Combine Hallandale Elementary School and Gulfstream Middle School as a kindergarten through eighth grade school on the current campuses of Hallandale Elementary School and Hallandale Adult & Community Center.

Relocate student and adult enrollment of Hallandale Adult & Community Center to the current campus of H. D. Perry Middle School.

Phase in a portion of the current Gulfstream Middle School boundary to Olsen Middle. Moves the current H. D. Perry Middle boundary into New Renaissance Middle OR moves the H. D. Perry Middle boundary into McNicol Middle and New Renaissance Middle.



Projected Enrollment Data

Considerations Reviewed

Class Size Impact This proposal is not anticipated to have an impact on Class Size.
Level of Service Impact This proposal is not anticipated to have an impact on Level of Service.
Enrollment Impact The kindergarten through eighth grade enrollment of Hallandale Elementary and Gulfstream Middle is anticipated to be easily accommodated by combined capacity of Hallandale Elementary and the Hallandale Adult & Community Center site.
Diversity Impact No impact.
Feeder Pattern Impact This proposal creates a perfect kindergarten through eighth grader feeder pattern by transferring the mis-aligned portion of the middle school boundary to Olsen Middle.
School Proximity Impact No impact.
Neighborhood Integrity Impact No impact.
Natural Barrier Impact No impact.





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