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					       Champaign Unit 4
High School Redistricting Process

   Arthur Culver, Superintendent of Schools
Forum 3: Outline and Agenda

I. Share Timeline for Redistricting
   Action Steps
           • Community Forum 1:
            Discuss Criteria for Developing
Step 1      Redistricting Options
March 31

           • Community Forum 2:
             Redistricting Options
Step 2       Pros/Cons
April 28
         • Community Forum 4:
          Review District Selected Options with
          Implementation Plan – Pros/Cons
Step 4             Central
May 19

         • Present District
           Recommended Options to
Step 5     Board for Discussion
          Demographer/District Selected
             Redistricting Criteria
1.   Student capacity of buildings (design and operational)
2.   Balance by socio-economic status
3.   Balance by ethnicity
4.   Implement a redistricting plan based on longevity
5.   Reduce transportation costs
6.   Use major features as boundaries (main roads, railroads, rivers,
     parks, etc.)
7.  Attempt to move as few students as possible to achieve
8. Maintain an intact feeder system, (don’t split elementary
   areas for middle schools, don’t split middle school areas
   for high schools)
               Community Selected
               Redistricting Criteria
1. Balance schools by ethnicity, race, socio-economic
   status, special programs, etc…

2. Maintain middle school cohorts as much as possible

3. Consider physical proximity and distance from home to
4. Consider building capacity(program capacity and
   operational capacity)
5. Consider length of time in transit (including length of time
   students waiting at bus stop, riding on bus and waiting on
   bus at school)
Challenges with Current Boundaries

• Building capacity issues at Centennial
• 312 student difference between campuses
• Growth likely to impact Centennial
• Declining Central enrollment
• Growing disparity of socio economic levels
  between schools
• Projected growth and current housing
  Option 1

Access via web Option1

  HS_Option1_090116 (2).pdf
               Option 1
Pros                          Cons
• Has a better balance of     • Moves most students
  future enrollment change        (900 students moved)

• Lower transportation cost

• Higher probability of       •   Smaller walking area
  schools staying balanced        around Centennial
  by size, race/ethnic
  composition, and socio-
  economic status over
  next ten years.
Option 2
 Access via web
 district/HS Option2 090116.pdf

Option 2 impact
  Access via web HS
  Option2 ImpactArea 090116.pdf

Option 2 with MS
  Access via web HS
  Option2 With MS Stu 090421.pdf

                Option 2
Pros                             Cons
• Moves fewer students           • Has higher probability of
  than option 1 (700 students)     enrollments becoming
                                   unbalanced over the next
                                   10 years
• Is more geographically

• Larger walking area
                                 • Higher transportation
  around Centennial
Option 3
  Access via web
  Option3 090420.pdf

Option 3 impact
  Access via web
  Option3 ImpactArea 090420.pdf

Option 3 with MS
  Access via web
  Option3 With MS Stu 090421.pdf

                            Option 3
Pros                                   Cons
• Moves fewest number of students      • North transfer area still exist.
  (150)                                  No change in district
•    Balances the student population     transportation cost
    of the two students high schools
    by socio-economic status and       • A slightly higher number of
    race. Maintains balance of           free/reduced students at
    students at acceptable level for     Central
    the next 7 to 10 years
                                       • Centennial student walking
                                         area has been reduced
• Equally distributes new home           significantly
  construction and equally
  distributes existing home turnover
                                       • Most areas of significant growth
                                         of Asian students are in Central
•   No recognized neighborhood           area
    areas have been split
  Option 4

Access via web Option1

  HS_Option1_090116 (2).pdf
             Impact of Redistricting Options
                  Student Difference Chart
               Campus            Socio        Campus        Longevity
                Size           Economic       Ethnicity        Of
                                Status       Breakdown        Plan
 Current        +312             +60            +5
Boundaries    Centennial        Central      Centennial

 Option 1        +6              +31    3      + 25 1          10
              Centennial        Central      Centennial       years

 Option 2       +88      4        +3           +27      2   7-10 years 2
              Centennial        Central 1    Centennial

 Option 3         0        1     +83    4       +55    4      Years     4
                                Central        Central
 Option 4       +18               +5           +37             10
              Centennial3       Central 2    Centennial3      years   1
Avenues for further feedback

• click on
    redistricting link and send feedback
    through contact us email link. Responses
    will be posted on website.

• Summaries of each forum will be posted
  district website