CCISD Holds First Of Two Meetings Scheduled For This Week Regarding Changes To School Bounderies



Corpus Christi—In what had become a hotly debated issue for some whose children attend CCISD, the first of two public meetings is going on now at Martin Middle School. The second, will happen at 6:00 Tuesday night at Driscoll Middle School.

District officials came right out of the box stressing that at least for the moment, the district does not see themselves imposing any other boundary changes that would affect the 2019-2020 school year beyond what they have already discussed.

The district does have plenty of staff on hand tonight to address concerns from parents who are in attendance. The same is expected for Tuesday night.

For the 2019-2020 school year, freshmen in the Driscoll school boundary who were zoned for Ray may choose to attend Miller or Ray. The district says that those students would be able to stay through graduation.  

For the 2020-2021 school year and beyond, all Driscoll Middle School graduates would attend Miller unless they apply for, and receive, a transfer.

As for Martin Middle School, the district says that starting in the 2019-2020 school year, Martin Middle School graduates would be zoned for Miller High School and by the 2019-2020 school year, incoming freshmen in the Martin zone who were zoned for Moody may choose to attend Miller or Moody. They would be able to stay through graduation.

For the 2020-2021 school year and beyond, all Martin Middle School graduates would attend Miller unless they apply for, and receive, a transfer.

Should parents not be able to attend either of these meetings, they are encouraged to Email the district with questions or concerns.






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