LEANDER ISD, Texas (KXAN) — Students in the central and north areas of Leander ISD could face rezoning, according to new zoning scenarios the district released Monday.
Any changes would be implemented in the 2024-25 school year. The district said that students in the Vandegrift High School feeder pattern would likely not be impacted. These students live in the western side of LISD.
The draft rezoning is fueled by growth in the north and central areas of the district, LISD said.
Students at 12 schools could be rezoned. The campuses include:
- Cedar Park Middle School
- Danielson Middle School
- Henry Middle School
- Leander Middle School
- Running Brushy Middle School
- Stiles Middle School
- Wiley Middle School
- Glenn High School
- Leander High School
- Rouse High School
- Cedar Park High School
- Vista Ridge High School
Here’s the proposed map for the middle school campuses:
Here’s the proposed map for the high school campuses:
The district is holding at least five forums for community feedback:
- Feb. 7 at Cedar Park High from 6:30-8 p.m.
- Feb. 8 at Leander High from 6:30-8 p.m.
- Feb. 13 at Henry Middle from 6:30-8 p.m.
- Feb. 27 at Wiley Middle from 6:30-8 p.m.
- Feb. 28 on Zoom from 6:30-8 p.m.
After voters failed most of the district’s 2021 bond program, LISD officials began considering how to handle its growth without the school funding and infrastructure improvements in the 2021 bond proposal. This included attendance zoning changes.
Since then, the district has started a 10-year plan that looks at student access to learning experiences, facility optimization, fiscal responsibility and population changes, according to LISD. The first action item on the list is providing relief to secondary campuses in the central and northern areas of the district.