Enrollment for 2015-2016 will be about the same as this year
The most likely peak enrollment scenarios for PES will only result in an additional 20-35 students vs. current levels
Even if the high-end projections were to occur, the increase would be temporary In discussing the alternatives, the committee arrived at the following conclusions:
No adjustment is needed to boundaries for the 2015-2016 school year.
Should PES temporarily increase in future years, most parents would rather address the temporary enrollment increase with temporary measures, rather than redraw the elementary school boundaries and impact PES families
Administration believes that a further small uptick in future enrollment at PES can be accommodated without impacting the quality of our programs and the experience of our students.
To ensure that PES continues to operate well with increased enrollment, some adjustments to staffing and/or other resources may be recommended by the Administration for PES. These conclusions will be discussed further at the Community Meeting on Redistricting, to be held Tuesday evening, December 16, at 7pm in the UCF District office on the UHS campus. The report will be available online Monday evening on the UCFSD Board website, found here. I support the conclusions of the committee, and look forward to having further discussion and hearing from additional members of our community tomorrow evening. Please come out and let your opinion be heard. And I would like to give a special thanks to our committee members, especially our parents, for getting involved in this important study, and lending their expertise to our community!
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