Boundary Changes for Fall 2019
See the boundary maps and feeder pattern that will go into effect fall 2019. This boundary plan was adopted by the school board on June 27, 2018 as recommended by the community-led Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) after a year of work and community feedback.
- Revised May 9, 2018 to reflect community input
- Recommended to school board June 6, 2018
- Approved June 27, 2018
- Effective fall 2019
- Based on fall 2019 school boundaries
- Asterisk indicates a change from the existing feeder pattern
|White Center Heights||Cascade||Evergreen|
|North Hill||Sylvester*||Mount Rainier|
|Des Moines||Pacific||Mount Rainier|
Dear Families & Community Members,
The community-led Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC) asked for public feedback on an initial draft boundary plan from March 10 to April 20. Thank you for your feedback in 10 community meetings and more than 600 survey responses!
We read all your comments, listened to many ideas and held a boundary design session for the community. We met April 25 and May 9 to revise the CFAC boundary plan to address as many of your suggestions as possible. We met again May 23 to finalize our recommendations to the school board. On June 6, we presented a recommended boundary plan and supplemental considerations to the school board.
The school board voted to approve the recommended boundaries at its June 27 meeting.
The new school boundary plan will take effect fall 2019—when our two new schools open and sixth grade moves to middle school.
Rose Clark and Aaron Garcia
CFAC Co-chairs & community members
Things to Know
- Families living in boundary change areas will receive a letter by mail in late fall 2018, alerting them to the upcoming changes.
- Existing and future school boundaries do not affect enrollment in schools of choice.
- Coming this fall will be an interactive map to help families check where they will go to school in 2019-20. The map will be similar to our existing 2018-19 boundary map tool.
Check our list of FAQs for answers to questions you may have. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-631-3002 if you have further questions or need help accessing or understanding the maps.
You may also call the Family Center at 206-631-3003 to ask for interpretation.