Decatur Schools launches second survey on elementary school optionsThe Decatur School Board at its April 11 meeting. Photo by Dan Whisenhunt
After taking into account the community’s feedback, a steering committee has proposed two new options to reconfigure Decatur’s elementary schools.
Now City Schools of Decatur wants feedback on those options.
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CSD today launched its second community survey regarding the two new options. To take the survey, click here.
To quickly recap, those options are:
1) Turn all of City Schools of Decatur’s current K-3 schools into K-2 schools, make the 4th and 5th grade academy a 3-5 school and build a second 3-5 school. Another notable aspect of this plan would be retaining College Heights as an early childhood learning center.
2) Keep the current K-3 configuration while building a new 4-5 Academy.
The reconfiguration is part of a plan to keep up with CSD’s ever-increasing enrollment.
The survey closes on April 23 and the School Board plans to make a decision at its May meeting.