The Bryan ISD Board of Trustees has unanimously approved new attendance zone maps for 2017-2018.
These maps reflect months of careful planning and input from stakeholders, including multiple small group discussions and two public forums. Changes to the maps were implemented after public input in order to incorporate feedback and enhance or improve the zoning maps, where possible.
Now that the board has approved the new zones, which take effect in the Fall of 2017, the district will import the approved maps into transportation routing software so that residents can plug in specific addresses and identify their zoned campuses. In the interim, zooming into these attendance zone maps (attached below) will help residents identify their zoned campus for the 2017-2018 school year.
The district thanks the many parents, community members, trustees, staff and other stakeholders who participated in the realignment/rezoning process.
About the realignment/rezoning process:
The November 2014 bond proposal passed by voters set in motion a reconfiguration of grades in Bryan ISD from the traditional Elementary (PK/K - 5), Middle (6-8) and High School (9-12) grade levels.
In the Fall of 2017, the alignment of grades in Bryan ISD will shift to:
- Elementary School - PK/K - 4 (14 campuses, with Milam Elem. repurposed)
- Intermediate School - 5/6 (two campuses: Jane Long & Sam Rayburn)
- Middle School - 7/8 (two campuses: Stephen F. Austin & Davila)
- High School - 9-12 (four campuses: Rudder, Bryan, Bryan Collegiate, MC Harris)
The approved attendance zone maps, created to accommodate the new grade configuration, have been through many months of review, study and improvements by community stakeholders. These maps reflect the cumulative input of numerous group meetings and take into account the latest and most accurate demographic data for the school children and future growth of Bryan ISD.