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Jill Young - Director
Phone: (754) 321-2480
Fax: (754) 321-2489
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School boundary: students shall attend the school in the geographical boundary in which the parent(s) reside, unless other School Board policies apply. In accordance with School Board Policy 5.1, any parent who submits fraudulent documentation to register a student gives cause for such student to be withdrawn immediately and referred for enrollment in the appropriate boundaried school.

2012-13 School Attendance Area and School Usage Recommendations

Adopted 3/28/2012

2012-13 Superintendent's Final Boundary Recommendations Memo

2012-13 Superintendent's Final Boundary Recommendations

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Public Hearing II Book

Public Hearing II Official Notice

Community input on the Superintendent's Final School Boundary Recommendations will be gathered at two public hearings, one on February 29, 2012 and one on March 28, 2012.

Public Hearing Flyers: English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, Portuguese

Dear Community Member:
 
You are encouraged to attend the 2012-13 School Boundary Public Hearings. Following the School Board approved 2012-13 Boundary Process Timeline, School Boundary Public Hearings have been scheduled by the School Boundaries Department for all elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and combination schools regarding recommended boundary changes for the 2012-13 school year. The Superintendentís final boundary recommendations will be presented and community members will have an opportunity to provide final input.
 
Public Hearing I
Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 5:30 P.M.
Plantation High School Auditorium
6901 Northwest 16th Street
Plantation, Florida 33313
Public Hearing II
Wednesday, March 28, 2012, 5:30 P.M.
Plantation High School Auditorium
6901 Northwest 16th Street
Plantation, Florida 33313
 
We look forward to your attendance at the School Boundary Public Hearings. If you have any questions regarding the boundary process, please contact Jill Young, Director, School Boundaries Department at 754-321-2480.
 

Recommendation Proposal Number Description
E-1 17

Virginia Shuman Young Elementary

Number of students potentially impacted in 2011-12: 6

Expand the 150-seat choice area for Virginia Shuman Young Elementary School to include all of Victoria Park neighborhood, including the south side of Sunrise Key Boulevard and North Gordon Road. 

Commence at the intersection of East Sunrise Boulevard and the Middle River, south along the Middle River to the canal south of Sunrise Key Boulevard, west along the canal south of Sunrise Key Boulevard to the canal between Isle of Venice Drive and Hendricks Isle, north along the canal between Isle of Venice Drive and Hendricks Isle to the canal south of Northeast 6 Court, west along the canal south of Northeast 6 Court to the canal east of Victoria Terrace/ North Gordon Road, south along the canal east of Victoria Terrace/ North Gordon Road to the canal south of Northeast 1 Street, west along the canal south of Northeast 1 Street to the canal east of South Victoria Park Road, south along the canal east of South Victoria Park Road to the New River, west along the New River to the FEC Railroad, north along the FEC Railroad to East Sunrise Boulevard, and east along East Sunrise Boulevard to the Middle River.
E-2 18

Country Isles Elementary to Chapel Trail Elementary

Number of elementary students in 2011-12: 2

Assign elementary school students living in the Conservation Area, from the Miami-Dade County line to Interstate 75, currently assigned to Country Isles Elementary School, to Chapel Trail Elementary School.
E-3 29

Margate Elementary and Park Springs Elementary

Number of students currently utilizing this school boundary choice area in 2011-12: 26

Phase-out the existing school boundary choice area which allows 100 students living in the Margate Elementary School boundary choice to attend Park Springs Elementary School. Students utilizing this choice to attend Park Springs Elementary School in 2011-12 will be allowed to remain at Park Springs Elementary School until they matriculate to middle school.

Commence at the intersection of Sample Road and State Road 7/US 441, south along State Road 7/US 441 to Northwest 31 Street extended, west along Northwest 31 Street extended to canal east of Sunset Lane, south along canal east of Sunset Lane to property line between Coral Bay and the Colonies of Margate MHP, west along property line to the easement between Northwest 68 Terrace and Northwest 68 Avenue, south along the easement to Northwest 26 Street extended to include homes on south side of Northwest 26 Street extended, west along Northwest 26 Street extended to Rock Island Road, south along Rock Island Road to Holiday Springs Boulevard extended, west along Holiday Springs Boulevard extended to the Margate/Coral Springs city limits, north along Margate/Coral Springs city limits to Sample Road, and east along Sample Road to State Road 7/ US 441.

M-1 9

Falcon Cove Middle to Silver Trail Middle

Number of middle school students in recommended boundary change area 2011-12: 202

Phase-in a portion of Falcon Cove Middle School to Silver Trail Middle School. Incoming sixth grade students residing in TAZ numbers 598, 599, 814, and 815 attending Falcon Cove Middle School in 2011-12 will attend Silver Trail Middle School in 2012-13. Incoming sixth and seventh grade students residing in this area will attend Silver Trail Middle School in 2013-14, and incoming sixth, seventh and eighth grade students residing in this area will attend Silver Trail Middle School in 2014-15.

Commence at the intersection of the C-11 Canal/ Griffin Road and Bonaventure Boulevard/Southwest 184 Avenue extended, south along Bonaventure Boulevard/Southwest 184 Avenue extended to Sheridan Street, west along Sheridan Street to the Conservation Area, north along the Conservation Area to the C-11 Canal/ Griffin Road, and east along the C-11 Canal/ Griffin Road to Bonaventure Boulevard/Southwest 184 Avenue extended.

M-2 19

Walter C. Young Middle to Silver Trail Middle

Number of middle school students in 2011-12: 2

Assign middle school students living in the Conservation Area, from the Miami-Dade County line to Interstate 75, currently assigned to Walter C. Young Middle School, to Silver Trail Middle School.

M-3 30

Margate Middle and Forest Glen Middle

Number of students currently utilizing this school boundary choice area in 2011-12: 9

Remove the existing school boundary choice area which allows 100 students living in the Margate Elementary School boundary choice to attend Park Springs Elementary School, and to attend middle school at Forest Glen Middle School. Students utilizing choice seats at Forest Glen Middle School in 2011-12 may remain at Forest Glen Middle School until they matriculate to high school. Students utilizing choice seats at Park Springs Elementary School in 2011-12 may also attend Forest Glen Middle School until they matriculate to high school.

Commence at the intersection of Sample Road and State Road 7/US 441, south along State Road 7/US 441 to Northwest 31 Street extended, west along Northwest 31 Street extended to canal east of Sunset Lane, south along canal east of Sunset Lane to property line between Coral Bay and the Colonies of Margate MHP, west along property line to the easement between Northwest 68 Terrace and Northwest 68 Avenue, south along the easement to Northwest 26 Street extended to include homes on south side of Northwest 26 Street extended, west along Northwest 26 Street extended to Rock Island Road, south along Rock Island Road to Holiday Springs Boulevard extended, west along Holiday Springs Boulevard extended to the Margate/Coral Springs city limits, north along Margate/Coral Springs city limits to Sample Road, and east along Sample Road to State Road 7/ US 441.
M-4 31

Plantation Middle and Seminole Middle

Number of students currently utilizing this school boundary choice area in 2011-12: 20

Provide bus transportation to students residing within the Plantation/Seminole Middle School boundary choice area who choose to attend Plantation Middle School through the 2012-13 school year.

Commence at the intersection of the C-12 Canal and the canal west of Northwest 99 Avenue extended, south along the canal west of Northwest 99 Avenue extended to West Broward Boulevard, west along West Broward Boulevard to North Hiatus Road, north along North Hiatus Road to the C-12 Canal, and east along the C-12 Canal to the canal west of Northwest 99 Avenue extended.

For all high and combination schools attendance areas will be the same in the 2012-13 school year as they were in the
2011-12 school year.

 

Resources For Sharing Information for
Potential School Boundary Changes

Media Tool Kit

1.

Telephone script

2.

Web site where information is posted:
http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/schoolboundaries/index.shtml

3.

Powerpoint on the school boundary process

4.

Language to use in a parent newsletter

5.

Public Hearing Flyers: English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, Portuguese

6.

Worksheet consideration checklist for school boundary change

7. FAQ

 


The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may call the Executive Director, Benefits & EEO Compliance at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158. Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, (ADAAA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities (EEO) at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.

Last updated: 03/28/12 18:15:30