Staff Recommendations For Growth Management For The 2009-10, 2010-11

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					                             Staff Recommendations For Growth Management
                            For The 2009-10, 2010-11, and 2011-12 School Years

                                        Presented To The Board Of Education
                                                 December 16, 2008


The following pages summarize staff recommendations for base area and calendar option
assignments for the next three school years. These recommendations are made at the conclusion
of a six month planning process that has involved regional meetings of teams of participants
from schools likely to be impacted by the opening of new schools, release of a draft proposal for
public comment, five regional community engagement meetings, and numerous meetings with
the Growth and Planning Department’s Student Assignment Advisory Committee.

Several staff members attended each of the community engagement meetings and each website
comment was read by an administrator. Suggestions and concerns expressed in both the
meetings and on the website were seriously considered by the Growth Management team as the
final recommendations were developed. The final recommendations are made by the following
team of Growth Management administrators:
    • Chuck Dulaney, Assistant Superintendent for Growth and Planning
    • Laura Evans, Senior Director for Growth Management
    • Dawn Baker, Senior Administrator for Growth Management
    • Carrie Keel, Senior Administrator for Growth Management
    • Laurene Madern, Senior Administrator for Growth Management
    • Susan Pullium, Senior Administrator for Growth Management

Factors That Might Lead To Changes During The Next Three Years

The recommendations assume that the current capital improvement program will proceed on
schedule and that ten new schools will open over the next three years. Those schools are:
   • Banks Road (E23) Elementary opening in 2009-10
   • Lake Myra (E34) Elementary opening in 2009-10
   • Herbert Akins (E27) Elementary opening in 2009-10
   • Alston Ridge (E30) Elementary opening in 2010-11
   • Holly Grove Middle (M9) opening in 2010-11
   • Mills Park Middle (M10) opening in 2010-11
   • Heritage High (H2) opening in 2010-11
   • H6 (unnamed) High opening in 2010-11
   • E21 (unnamed) Elementary opening in 2011-12
   • Rolesville Middle (M6) opening in 2011-12

If funding is not available to complete these projects on the adopted schedule, Growth
Management staff may recommend that the Board modify the assignment plan. Staff will only
recommend changes if the school system’s ability to provide appropriate spaces for learning and
teaching is threatened by the delay of one or more projects.



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The recommendations also assume that the Board of Education and the unanimous opinion of the
NC Court of Appeals will prevail in the Wake Cares lawsuit currently being heard by the NC
Supreme Court. If the NC Supreme Court does not support the ruling of the Court of Appeals,
staff will recommend that assignments recommended for 2009 proceed but that the Board
suspend assignments for 2010-11 and 2011-12, and staff will develop and present a very
different plan for 2010 and 2011 designed to accommodate the crowding associated with
traditional calendar assignments for all students and provide limited options for year-round
calendars.

Board Policy 6200

The recommendations made by staff are rooted in Board Policy 6200 (a copy of which is
included in these materials). That policy calls on staff to utilize six factors in making
recommendations. As stated in the policy, “All of the following factors, not in priority order,
will be used in the development of the annual student assignment plan. While absolute balance
of each factor across all schools is not achievable, comparability between neighboring schools in
regard to each factor is the desired outcome of the student assignment process.”

The six factors are:
1. Create balance across schools in the distribution of students who have higher needs
2. Seek optimal utilization of each school’s long-range capacity and reduce utilization of mobile
   or modular classrooms
3. Improve alignment of student assignment with the objectives of the Magnet School Program
4. Whenever possible move students together across levels and adhere to K-5, 6-8, 9-12
5. Whenever possible assign for at least three years
6. Consider proximity of nodes to assigned schools

Growth Is The Primary Driver

The opening of the ten new schools is the primary driver for most of the staff recommendations.
When a new school opens, students need to be assigned to that school. Consideration of
proximity means that neighboring schools will lose significant numbers of students to the new
school. In order to maintain efficient utilization of those neighboring schools, other schools
farther away may need to lose students to the schools closest to the new school. The “domino
effect” can extend to a large number of schools as staff works to achieve optimal utilization.

Many of the recommendations made by staff are designed to accomplish multiple goals. For
example, if a school needs to receive students to maintain optimal utilization and if that school
already has a higher percentage of students with higher needs than neighboring schools, staff
sought to identify potential nodes for assignment that would help improve both the utilization
and the percentage of students with higher needs.




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Projection Methodology

Staff utilized a one-year growth model to project changes in student counts by node for the next
three years. The change in student count by level (elementary, middle, high) was measured from
October 2007 to October 2008. This change was then projected forward for the next three years.
The percentage of students with special needs (limited English proficiency and low-income
families) was assumed to remain constant as counts changed. The number of students in each
node who are placed in magnet schools or calendar option schools or who apply for transfers was
also assumed to remain constant.

The use of a one-year growth model generates a lower growth number than would a multi-year
model because growth in the county has slowed as national economic factors impact housing
sales, employment, and in-migration. However, the one-year model may cause special
circumstances to distort future changes in student counts within particular nodes. For example, if
an apartment complex undergoes renovation, the number of tenants may be abnormally low for
one year and then increase the following year but that increase will not continue in future years
once a high percentage of available apartments have been rented. The opening of Endeavor
Charter School in north Raleigh caused a decrease in the number of students entering WCPSS
schools from some nodes in 2008, but that decrease will not continue after the new charter
school is full. Staff has analyzed available data and anticipated some of the false trends that the
projection model may generate.

One way to evaluate the accuracy of the one-year growth model is provided by the ITRE/ORED
model that has been developed over the past several years. ITRE/ORED is a research group at
North Carolina State University that uses geographic information systems to optimize tasks such
as boundary setting and transportation routing. The ITRE/ORED model matches housing
estimates provided by municipal planning departments to actual student counts and then uses
projected housing density to project student enrollment by node. The weakness of this model is
the reliance upon municipal planners’ estimates of future housing changes. The current model
uses estimates generated in 2005. Those estimates have been updated during Fall 2008 but the
projected enrollment modeling will not be complete until February 2009. The ITRE/ORED data
has been reviewed by staff but is not the basis for the final recommendations.




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Attached Materials:

Board Policy 6200

Recommendations For “Grandfathering” Of Transfer Requests

Student Profile Data By School As Of 12-11-08
A compilation of data on all schools based upon student information system data as of December
11, 2008.

Preliminary Impact Of Mobile Classrooms On Capacity 2009-12

Impact Summary Worksheets By Area
  • Northern and Eastern Area High Schools Impacted By H2 and H6 High Schools
  • Western Area High Schools
  • Central and Southern Area High Schools
  • Northern Area Middle Schools Impacted By M6 Middle School
  • Southern Area Middle Schools Impacted By M9 Middle School
  • Western Area Middle Schools Impacted By M10 Middle School
  • Central and Eastern Area Middle Schools
  • Eastern Area Elementary Schools Impacted By E21
  • Western Area Elementary Schools Impacted By Alston Ridge
  • Southeastern Area Elementary Schools Impacted By Banks Road
  • Southwestern Area Elementary Schools Impacted By Herbert Akins
  • Eastern Area Elementary Schools Impacted By Lake Myra

School By School Recommendation Summaries
Organized alphabetically by level: Elementary, Middle, High




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        Policy 6200 Adopted By The WCPSS Board of Education On December 4, 2007
         (Available at http://www.wcpss.net/policy-files/series/policies/6200-bp.html)

 6200                                          STUDENT ASSIGNMENT                             6200



 The Board of Education’s goals for the student assignment process include:
     • Creating stable school environments (families, classmates, and peers)
     • Protecting the ability to offer quality programs in every school.
     • Collaborating with the community (all parties/stakeholders)
     • Creating and maintaining a diverse student body.
     • Alleviating overcrowding
     • Filling seats efficiently
     • Achieving academic success for all children
     • Providing a logical progression between elementary, middle, and high school
     • Creating good teaching conditions (the social, emotional, and physical environment).
     • Retaining good teachers
     • Ensuring consistency across the System over time
     • Building a sense of community and connection (i.e. neighborhoods, parent
        involvement)
     • Fairness
 Maintaining diverse student populations in each Wake County school is critical to ensuring
 academic success for all students. This is supported by research. The school system will
 also consider other factors that impact communities, families and costs.

 Each student enrolled in the Wake County Public School System shall be assigned to the
 school of his or her grade level serving the attendance area in which that student’s parents or
 court-appointed custodian is domiciled and the student resides. Exceptions will be made as
 necessary to limit enrollment of a school due to overcrowding or for special programmatic
 reasons such as the need for special education services or alternative school programs.
 Each student will have the option of applying for admission to one of the magnet educational
 programs offered in designated schools or to a school which operates on a different calendar
 than the assigned school.

 All of the following factors, not in priority order, will be used in the development of the annual
 student assignment plan. While absolute balance of each factor across all schools is not
 achievable, comparability between neighboring schools in regard to each factor is the desired
 outcome of the student assignment process.

 A.         Populations of Students With Higher Needs
            The student assignment plan will create balance across schools in the distribution of
            students who:
             1. are eligible to receive free or reduced price lunches in the child nutrition
                 program,
             2. perform below grade level on End-of-Grade tests,
             3. are identified as being Limited English Proficient (LEP),
             4. require services from Special Education programs.1
            Whenever any of the following targets are exceeded, the Board directs the
            Superintendent to review the reasons for exceeding the target, study trends across
            several years, and recommend ways in which the student assignment plan could help
            achieve the targets:
             1. Less than 25% of students at any school, averaged across a two-year period,


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        Policy 6200 Adopted By The WCPSS Board of Education On December 4, 2007
         (Available at http://www.wcpss.net/policy-files/series/policies/6200-bp.html)

                 will score below grade level on the Reading End-of-Grade test.
             2. Less than 40% of students at any school will qualify for free or reduced price
                 lunches.
 B.         Facility Utilization
            The student assignment plan will seek optimal utilization of each school’s long-range
            capacity and, whenever possible, reduce utilization of mobile or modular classrooms
            that cause a school to operate at more than the approved long-range capacity. 2
 C.         Alignment With The Magnet Schools Program
            The student assignment plan will include a review of the extent to which the
            systemwide objectives of the Magnet Program are being achieved.
 D.         Grade Structure
            The student assignment plan will adhere to K-5, 6-8, 9-12 grade organization
            whenever possible with consideration for moving groups of students together across
            levels.
 E.         Stability Of Assignment
            Nodes will remain assigned to the schools at each level (Elementary, Middle, High)
            for at least three years before being considered for reassignment, whenever possible.
 F.         Distance
            Proximity of nodes to assigned schools will be considered, and no student should
            travel more than the maximum time established by Board Policy 7125.

 Footnote:
 1.
    Board policy regarding special education services is specified in Board Policy 6222.
 2.
    Long-range capacity is defined as the capacity of the permanent building(s) plus the
    capacity of the optimal number of mobile or modular classrooms for the campus.


 Legal                     G.S.115C-366; -367
 Reference:
 Cross                     Policies 6202 and 6203
 Reference:
 Adopted:                  May 4, 1981
 Revised:                  January 17, 1983
 Revised:                  May 16, 1983
 Revised:                  November 18, 1991
 Revised:                  April 21, 1997
 Revised:                  January 10, 2000
 Revised:                  March 18, 2003
 Revised:                  December 4, 2007




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   Staff Recommendation For “Grandfathering” Of Students Impacted By Reassignment
                                             Growth and Planning Department
                                                   December 16, 2008

Board Policy 6203 governs requests by parents for their child to attend a school other than the school
assigned by the Board of Education. Transfer requests are accepted and evaluated by staff each year
following official notification of school assignment for the subsequent year.

It has been the past practice of the Board of Education to establish special consideration for transfer
requests from families impacted by the reassignment of the nodes in which they live. Staff recommends
the following special consideration for families impacted by changes in school assignment contained in
the Growth Management Plan for 2009-10, 2010-11, and 2011-12.

Staff recommends that transfer requests be automatically approved:
    1. If they are submitted during the annual transfer application period
and
    2. If the application is for a student who has been attending a WCPSS school and the Board’s action
         has changed the student’s assignment for the subsequent year to a school different from the
         current school
and
    3. If one of the following statements is true:
    • The student is rising into grades 4 or 5, or
    • The student is rising into grades 7, 8, 10, 11, or 12 and the change in assignment is from an
         existing school to an existing school, or
    • The student is rising into grade 8 and the reassignment is to a new school.

Staff recommends that transfers not be approved by staff for students rising into grades 6, 7, 9, or 10 if the
adopted Growth Management Plan places the student into a newly opening school. Staff also
recommends that automatic approval of transfers not be extended to younger siblings of students
approved under the criteria specified above.

The conversion of Baucom Elementary from a traditional calendar to a year-round calendar in 2007 and
the Board’s decision to change Baucom back to a traditional calendar in 2009 has created a special
circumstance. Approximately 52 students were reassigned from Turner Creek YR Elementary to Baucom
YR Elementary in 2007 in grades 1-3. When Baucom changes to a traditional calendar, staff is
recommending that Laurel Park Elementary be the year-round application school for Baucom nodes. For
some children who want to stay on the year-round calendar, this could mean a third school in four years.
Staff therefore recommends that requests be automatically approved if a family requests a transfer to
Turner Creek from Baucom for a child who has previously attended Turner Creek. Because of projected
crowding at Turner Creek, staff recommends that transfer requests for younger siblings who did not
attend Turner Creek not be automatically approved. Such requests would be evaluated by staff based
upon crowding at the school.

A similar situation exists at other schools that converted from traditional to year-round calendars in 2007.
Some students were kindergarten year-round applicants at a year-round school and were brought back to
their base school in first grade when it changed to a year-round calendar. Some of those students may be
impacted in third-grade by reassignment from their base to another school. Staff plans to give special
consideration to families that are in this situation and will make an effort to approve transfer requests to
remain at the current base year-round school.




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Finally, staff recognizes that adoption of a multi-year student assignment plan creates a situation in which
parents may want to request a transfer to a school other than their base school because that school will
become their base school in a future year. Staff will give special consideration to requests for transfers
that are made in anticipation of a new assignment in a future year. Staff does not recommend automatic
approval of such requests, because the requested school may not have space for additional students prior
to the year in which assignment changes are scheduled to occur. However, if space is not a problem, staff
will normally approve such requests.




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                              STUDENT POPULATION PROFILE BY SCHOOL AS OF 12-11-2008
                                                         Growth and Planning Department

       Level
                                                      Cal Enrolled     L.I.   LEP   IEP PCT    CAL   MAG TRANS- Consent Consent
               Code               School Name        08-09 12-10-08   PCT     PCT   PCT BASE   APP   APP  FERS    In      Out
      E        304    Adams Elementary                YR     672      24%     15%   13% 20%    439    0    85      0      26
      E        308    Apex Elementary                  T     703      31%     11%   11% 90%     0     0     33    34       0
      E        320    Aversboro Elementary             T     588      54%     18%   11% 80%     20    0     32    27       0
      E        326    Baileywick Elementary            T     519      36%     27%   6%  92%     0     0     40     0       0
      E        327    Ballentine Elementary           YR     789      22%     14%   10% 93%     0     0    53      0      24
      E        329    Barwell Rd Elementary           YR     838      60%     18%   12% 96%     5     0    24      0      76
      E        328    Baucom Elementary               YR     671      13%     6%    10% 93%     0     0    41      0      54
      E        334    Brassfield Elementary           YR     777      13%     7%    11% 95%     0     0    17      0      42
      E        336    Brentwood Elementary             T     406      72%     45%   7%  83%     0     0     28    35       0
      E        340    Briarcliff Elementary            T     552      35%     16%   13% 81%     71    0     28     4       0
      E        342    Brier Creek Elementary          YR     679      20%     11%   7%  84%     62    0    41      0      21
      E        344    Brooks Elementary                T     500      28%     17%   12% 48%     0    187    54     0       0
      E        352    Bugg Elementary                  T     425      51%      7%   17% 30%     0    206    70     0       0
      E        358    Carpenter Village Elementary    YR     700      15%     17%   6%  78%    118    0    33      0      97
      E        362    Carver Elementary                M     545      59%     25%   15% 87%     0     0    51      0      44
      E        364    Cary Elementary                  T     514      32%     16%   15% 86%     0     0     46     0       0
      E        369    Cedar Fork Elementary            T     808      12%     22%   8%  97%     0     0     14     0       0
      E        376    Combs Elementary                 T     831      34%     16%   12% 45%     0    313    86    38       0
      E        380    Conn Elementary                  T     592      44%      4%   12% 47%     0    253    46     0       0
      E        384    Creech Road Elementary           T     582      64%     14%   17% 87%     21    0     29     0       0
      E        390    Davis Drive Elementary           T     981      16%     17%   9%  87%     0     0     79    28       0
      E        393    Dillard Dr. Elementary           T     650      40%     21%   10% 90%     0     0     51     0       0
      E        396    Douglas Elementary               T     577      36%     13%   13% 61%     0    153    51     0       0
      E        398    Durant Road Elementary          YR     968      35%     16%   12% 50%    344    0    116     0      17
      E        403    East Garner Elementary          YR     670      61%     13%   16% 79%     0     0    76      0      79
      E        414    Farmington Woods Elementary      T     859      35%     14%   9%  58%     0    313    28     0       0
      E        417    Forest Pines Elementary          T     730      24%     10%   10% 93%     2     0     35     0       0
      E        413    Forestville Road Elementary      T     597      44%     11%   13% 65%    121    0    59      0       0
      E        415    Fox Road Elementary              T     880      61%     23%   12% 78%     55    0     72    43       0
      E        416    Fuller Elementary                T     540      33%      7%   9%  24%     0    350    33     0       0
      E        420    Fuquay-Varina Elementary         T     937      32%      8%   11% 87%     65    0     36     0       0
      E        440    Green Elementary                YR     488      43%     14%   17% 43%    176    0    78      0      85
      E        439    Green Hope Elementary           YR     825      11%     11%   7%  91%     0     0    56      0      76
      E        451    Harris Creek Elementary         YR     861      31%     12%   11% 93%     0     0    41      0      63
      E        454    Heritage Elementary             YR     831      19%     4%    11% 61%    202    0    108     0      91
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                               STUDENT POPULATION PROFILE BY SCHOOL AS OF 12-11-2008
                                                          Growth and Planning Department

       Level
                                                       Cal Enrolled     L.I.   LEP   IEP   PCT    CAL   MAG TRANS- Consent Consent
               Code              School Name          08-09 12-10-08   PCT     PCT   PCT   BASE   APP   APP  FERS     In     Out
      E        443    Highcroft Elementary             YR     700      7%      6%    11%   92%     0     0    50       0     24
      E        442    Hilburn Drive Elementary          T     536      41%     13%   10%   59%     86    0    32     78       0
      E        446    Hodge Road Elementary            YR     743      63%     33%   10%   94%     0     0    22       0     34
      E        457    Holly Grove Elementary           YR    1,013     18%     6%    12%   85%     91    0    45       0     26
      E        449    Holly Ridge Elementary            T     794      27%     7%     9%   64%    145    0    34     96       0
      E        447    Holly Springs Elementary         YR     865      13%     3%    11%   91%     0     0    63       0     96
      E        448    Hunter Elementary                 T     814      31%     7%    10%   30%     0    499   55       0      0
      E        452    Jeffreys Grove Elementary         T     526      34%     7%    12%   86%     0     0    21       0      0
      E        453    Jones Dairy Elementary           YR     779      17%     2%    13%   82%     73    0    62       0     30
      E        456    Joyner Elementary                 T     584      34%     8%     8%   39%     0    220   54     56       0
      E        460    Kingswood Elementary              T     360      40%     18%   16%   89%     0     0    21       0      0
      E        464    Knightdale Elementary            YR     670      56%     25%   13%   86%     2     0    41       0     73
      E        468    Lacy Elementary                   T     811      25%     10%   12%   91%     0     0    61       0      0
      E        467    Laurel Park                      YR     632      21%     15%   9%    93%     0     0    30       0     56
      E        470    Lead Mine Elementary              T     493      46%     9%    13%   68%     37    0    46     42       0
      E        469    Leesville Road Elementary        YR     987      20%     7%    12%   74%    176    0    61       0     94
      E        476    Lincoln Heights Elementary        T     686      33%     8%    13%   57%     11   123   52     82       0
      E        480    Lockhart Elementary              YR     732      46%     13%   12%   88%     6     0    66       0     22
      E        488    Lynn Road Elementary              T     667      48%     9%    12%   70%     45    0    41     103      0
      E        494    Middle Creek Elementary          YR    1,069     20%     6%    13%   94%     0     0    45       0     54
      E        496    Millbrook Elementary              T     789      57%     21%   10%   67%     0    172   54       0      0
      E        501    Mills Park                       YR     650      9%      9%    6%    96%     0     0    23       0     47
      E        504    Morrisville Elementary           YR     752      15%     12%   9%    43%    378    0    45       0     39
      E        514    North Forest Pines Elementary    YR     777      23%     11%   7%    80%     84    0    56       0     73
      E        516    North Ridge Elementary            T     799      37%     19%    9%   93%     0     0    43       0      0
      E        520    Northwoods Elementary             T     575      32%     17%   13%   90%     0     0    39       0      0
      E        522    Oak Grove Elementary             YR     943      16%     8%    12%   45%    451    0    53       0     58
      E        524    Olds Elementary                   T     344      28%     4%    13%   58%     0    119   24       0      0
      E        523    Olive Chapel Elementary          YR    1,020     10%     6%    10%   97%     0     0    24       0     68
      E        525    Partnership Elementary            M     322      22%     2%    18%    5%     0    287   12       0      1
      E        530    Penny Road Elementary             T     857      30%     12%   12%   66%     95    0    31     148      0
      E        531    Pleasant Union Elementary        YR     641      10%     3%    11%   96%     0     0    22       0     18
      E        532    Poe Elementary                    T     361      47%     20%    8%   34%     0    210   11       0      0
      E        536    Powell Elementary                 T     429      52%     2%    11%   31%     0    209   73       0      0
      E        540    Rand Road Elementary             YR     700      26%     4%    12%   88%     0     2    66       0     27
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                       STUDENT POPULATION PROFILE BY SCHOOL AS OF 12-11-2008
                                               Growth and Planning Department

       Level
                                            Cal Enrolled     L.I.   LEP   IEP   PCT CAL MAG TRANS- Consent Consent
         Code          School Name         08-09 12-10-08   PCT     PCT   PCT   BASE APP APP    FERS    In   Out
      E 542 Reedy Creek Elementary           T     812      42%     18%   13%   58%   65    0     47   168     0
      E 302 River Bend Elementary           YR     533      55%     33%   8%    93%   0     0     24     0    59
      E 544 Rolesville Elementary            T     709      38%     10%    7%   46%  103    0     20   204     0
      E 548 Root Elementary                  T     406      29%     6%     9%   63%   0    107    26     0     0
      E 550 Salem Elementary                YR     963      13%     14%   12%   95%   0     0     47     0    25
      E 554 Sanford Creek Elementary        YR     555      26%     8%    13%   83%   0     0     79     0    43
      E 560 Smith Elementary                 T     494      71%     18%   16%   55%   77    0      9   116     0
      E 564 Stough Elementary                T     623      48%     19%   10%   72%   23    0     18    94     0
      E 568 Swift Creek Elementary           T     632      33%     10%   10%   62%   52    0     46   130     0
      E 569 Sycamore Creek                  YR     646      11%     8%    9%    95%   0     0     22     0    78
      E 570 Timber Drive Elementary         YR     920      41%     13%   11%   53%  340    0     73     0    38
      E 571 Turner Creek Elementary         YR     969      12%     6%    10%   83%   73    0     86     0    34
      E 572 Underwood Elementary             T     494      25%     6%     8%   31%   0    279    46     0     0
      E 576 Vance Elementary                YR     578      27%     9%    8%    95%   0     0     25     0    23
      E 580 Vandora Springs Elementary       T     501      47%     15%   12%   79%   31    0     51     0     0
      E 584 Wake Forest Elementary           T     793      37%     6%    11%   42%  198    0     71   164     0
      E 593 Wakefield Elementary            YR     907      26%     17%   10%   92%   0     0     52     0    28
      E 597 Wakelon Elementary               T     670      67%     11%    8%   71%   65    0     17    95     0
      E 596 Washington Elementary            T     589      37%     7%    18%   28%   0    367    27     0     0
      E 598 Weatherstone Elementary          T     935      31%     20%    6%   59%  143    0     68   162     0
      E 600 Wendell Elementary               T     518      50%     12%   16%   89%   1     0     47     0     0
      E 606 West Lake Elementary            YR     985      23%     17%   10%   62%  251    0     99     0    13
      E 616 Wilburn Elementary              YR     598      58%     15%   8%    90%   14    0     41     0   124
      E 618 Wildwood Forest Elementary       T     924      36%     8%    10%   78%   0     0     69   124     0
      E 620 Wiley Elementary                 T     444      23%     6%    10%   30%   0    213    21    51     0
      E 624 Willow Springs Elementary       YR    1,010     28%     8%    10%   93%   50    0     18     0    58
      E 626 Yates Mill Pond Elementary       T     516      34%     18%   11%   94%   0     0     22     0     0
      E 628 York Elementary                  T     423      49%     15%   14%   92%   0     0     18     0     0
      E 632 Zebulon Elementary               T     516      59%     15%   12%   82%   0     9     29    44     0
      Elem Totals and Median Percentages          68,168    33%     12%   11%   81% 4,867 4,591 4,466 2,166 2,158




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                                                 Growth and Planning Department

       Level
                                              Cal Enrolled     L.I.   LEP   IEP   PCT CAL MAG TRANS- Consent Consent
         Code           School Name          08-09 12-10-08   PCT     PCT   PCT   BASE APP APP    FERS  In     Out
      M 312 Apex Middle                        T    1,026     18%      6%   13%   76%  152    0    15  68       0
      M 356 Carnage Middle                     T    1,090     45%      9%   13%   72%   0    252   35    0      0
      M 360 Carroll Middle                     T     797      46%     13%   15%   94%   0     0    23    0      0
      M 370 Centennial Middle                  M     608      32%     10%   20%   27%   0    408   31    0     23
      M 388 Daniels Middle                     T    1,238     28%      9%   13%   80%   0    177   37    0      0
      M 391 Davis Drive Middle                 T    1,227     11%      6%   12%   93%   37     0   30    0      0
      M 394 Dillard Dr. Middle                 T    1,151     40%     10%   15%   85%   88     0   21   54      0
      M 399 Durant Road Middle                YR    1,075     23%      7%   18%   18%  779    0    94    0     48
      M 402 East Cary Middle                  YR     443      23%     12%   18%   44%  233    0    10    0     44
      M 404 East Garner Middle                 T    1,123     52%     11%   17%   91%   83     0   12    0      0
      M 408 East Millbrook Middle              T    1,148     46%      9%   13%   78%   0    212   22    0      0
      M 410 East Wake Middle                  YR    1,072     51%     13%   19%   92%   37     0   25    0     104
      M 424 Fuquay-Varina Middle               T     947      35%      5%   17%   96%   0     0    18    0      0
      M 444 Heritage Middle                   YR    1,287     20%      3%   15%   38%  691    0    95    0     29
      M 450 Holly Ridge Middle                 T    1,240     26%      6%   14%   97%   0     0    29    0      0
      M 471 Leesville Road Middle              T    1,282     26%      5%   13%   95%   0     0     8  36       0
      M 472 Ligon Middle                       T    1,094     28%      4%   14%   33%   0    686   30    0      0
      M 484 Lufkin Rd. Middle                 YR    1,144      9%      3%   15%   20%  865    0    41    0     44
      M 492 Martin Middle                      T    1,026     23%      4%   17%   39%   0    556   31    0      0
      M 506 Moore Square Middle                M     478      40%     2%    24%   30%   0    299   27    0     13
      M 512 North Garner Middle               YR    1,173     41%      8%   16%   79%  206    0    15    0     70
      M 400 Reedy Creek Middle                 T     837      42%     14%   17%   79%   25     0   21  114      0
      M 551 Salem Middle                      YR    1,245      5%      3%   11%   96%   0     0    29    0      24
      M 592 Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle      T    1,154     34%      7%   12%   91%   43     0   18   29      0
      M 594 Wakefield Middle                   T    1,311     16%      5%   13%   97%   0     0    26    0      0
      M 601 Wendell Middle                     T     423      53%     10%   20%   96%   0     0    11    0      6
      M 604 West Cary Middle                   T    1,158     23%     10%   11%   98%   0     0    15    0      0
      M 607 West Lake Middle                  YR    1,431     20%      7%   13%   43%  694    0    99    0     54
      M 608 West Millbrook Middle              T     899      41%     12%   14%   91%   5     0    17  48       0
      M 636 Zebulon Middle                     T     861      51%      7%   19%   70%   87    31   16  110      0
      Middle Totals and Median Percentages          30,988    30%      7%   15%   80% 4,025 2,621  901 459     459




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                                               Growth and Planning Department

       Level
                                            Cal Enrolled     L.I.   LEP   IEP PCT     CAL     MAG TRANS- Consent Consent
         Code           School Name        08-09 12-10-08   PCT     PCT   PCT BASE   APP      APP   FERS    In     Out
      S 316 Apex High                        T    2,187      8%     3%    12% 96%      0        0     51     0      0
      S 318 Athens Drive High                T    1,803     27%     9%    17% 94%      0        0     62     0      0
      S 348 Broughton High                   T    2,230     22%     6%    12% 66%      0      647     87     0      0
      S 368 Cary High                        T    1,729     24%     10%   14% 92%      0        0    124     0      0
      S 411 East Wake Combined Schools       T    1,530     41%      6%   19% 97%      0        0     39     0      0
      S 412 Enloe High                       T    2,618     22%     3%    11% 30%      0     1,739    57     0      0
      S 428 Fuquay-Varina High               T    1,818     21%     3%    13% 99%      0        0     11     0      0
      S 436 Garner High                      T    2,311     37%     7%    13% 93%      0       82     49     0      0
      S 441 Green Hope High                  T    2,002      5%     3%    11% 97%      0        0     47     0      0
      S 455 Holly Springs High               T    1,666     17%     4%    14% 98%      0        0     26     0      0
      S 466 Knightdale High                  T    1,771     35%     7%    14% 97%      0        0     28     0      0
      S 473 Leesville Road High              T    2,474     16%     5%    8%  98%      0        0     28     0      0
      S 495 Middle Creek High                T    1,681     23%     5%    12% 92%      0        0     67    36      0
      S 500 Millbrook High                   T    2,429     31%     11%   14% 96%      0        0     45     0      0
      S 526 Panther Creek High               T    2,188      8%     5%    9%  98%      0        0     27     0      0
      S 552 Sanderson High                   T    1,933     27%     6%    14% 94%      0        0     83     0      0
      S 562 Southeast Raleigh High           M    1,613     31%     1%    16% 25%      0     1,134    52     0      36
      S 583 Wake Early College               M     204      20%     3%    6%   0%      0      203     1      0      0
      S 588 Wake Forest-Rolesville High      T    1,862     16%     2%    11% 92%      0        0    117     0      0
      S 595 Wakefield High                   T    2,697     20%     7%    11% 95%      0        0    109     0      0
      High Totals and Median Percentages          38,746    22%     5%    13% 94%      0     3,805 1,110    36      36
      X 324 Longview School                  T     116      76%     1%    81%  1%      0        0      0     0      0
      X 528 Mary E. Phillips High            T     126      61%     2%    17%  0%      0        0      0     0      0
      X 508 Mt. Vernon                       T     119      71%     8%    39%  0%      0        0      0     0      0
      X 438 River Oaks Middle                T      22      68%     0%    36%  0%      0        0      0     0      0
                                                   383                                 0        0      0     0       0
      District Totals                            138,285                             8,892   11,017 6,477 2,661   2,653




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NOTE: Capacity data reflects 2008-09 special needs adjustments
                                               2009-10                                     2010-2011                                      2011-2012

                                             PERMANENT             ANNUAL                 PERMANENT PERMANE ANNUAL                       PERMANENT            ANNUAL
                         MOBILE    MOBILE     LEARNING PERMANEN CAMPUS MOBILE MOBILE       LEARNING    NT    CAMPUS     MOBILE    MOBILE  LEARNING PERMANENT CAMPUS
SCHOOL NAME               UNITS   CAPACITY     SPACES  T CAPACITY CAPACITY UNITS CAPACITY   SPACES  CAPACITY CAPACITY    UNITS   CAPACITY SPACES    CAPACITY CAPACITY

ELEMENTARY
ADAMS YR                   8        184         37          689    873     8       184       37         689     873      8        184       37         689     873
APEX                       4        92          37          628    720     4        92       37         628     720      4        92        37         628     720
ALSTON RIDGE E30                                                           0        0        51         862     862      0         0        51        1,078   1,078
AVERSBORO                  0         0          40          572    572     0        0        40         572     572      0         0        40         572     572
BAILEYWICK                 0         0          32          525    525     0        0        32         525     525      0         0        32         525     525
BALLENTINE YR              6        138         36          704    842     6       138       36         704     842      6        138       36         704     842
BANKS RD E23               0         0          51          862    862     0        0        51        1,078   1,078     2        46        51        1,078   1,124
BARWELL RD YR              0         0          48          950    950     0        0        48         950     950      0         0        48         950     950
BAUCOM YR                  10       230         39          732    962     10      230       39         732     962      10       230       39         732     962
BRASSFIELD YR              5        115         35          659    774     5       115       35         659     774      5        115       35         659     774
BRENTWOOD                  5        115         32          318    433     5       115       32         318     433      5        115       32         318     433
BRIARCLIFF                 4        92          35          490    582     4        92       35         490     582      4        92        35         490     582
BRIER CREEK YR             6        138         38          742    880     6       138       38         742     880      6        138       38         742     880
BROOKS                     1        23          33          503    526     1        23       33         503     526      1        23        33         503     526
BUGG                       16       368         19          47     415     0        0        40         415     415      0         0        40         415     415
CARPENTER YR               0         0          37          733    733     0        0        37         733     733      0         0        37         733     733
CARVER                     7        161         39          478    639     7       161       39         478     639      7        161       39         478     639
CARY                       0         0          36          531    531     0        0        36         531     531      0         0        36         531     531
CEDAR FORK YR              6        138         36          563    701     6       138       36         563     701      6        138       36         563     701
COMBS                      13       299         34          452    751     13      299       34         452     751      13       299       34         452     751
CONN                       4        92          36          472    564     4        92       36         472     564      4        92        36         472     564
CREECH RD                  5        115         39          485    600     5       115       39         485     600      5        115       39         485     600
DAVIS DR                   13       299         39          598    897     13      299       39         598     897      13       299       39         598     897
DILLARD                    10       230         36          485    715     10      230       36         485     715      10       230       36         485     715
DOUGLAS                    10       230         32          394    624     10      230       32         394     624      10       230       32         394     624
DURANT RD YR               18       414         35          599   1,013    18      414       35         599    1,013     18       414       35         599    1,013
EAST GARNER YR             0         0          46          904    904     0        0        46         904     904      0         0        46         904     904
FARMINGTON WDS             13       299         36          477    776     13      299       36         477     776      13       299       36         477     776
FOREST PINES DR            0         0          40          655    655     0        0        40         655     655      0         0        40         655     655
FORESTVILLE RD             6        138         38          471    609     6       138       38         471     609      6        138       38         471     609
FOX RD                     23       529         35          393    922     23      529       35         393     922      23       529       35         393     922
FULLER                     8        184         30          342    526     8       184       30         342     526      8        184       30         342     526
FUQUAY-VARINA              18       414         35          536    950     18      414       35         536     950      18       414       35         536     950
GREEN YR                   4        92          33          575    667     4        92       33         575     667      4        92        33         575     667
GREEN HOPE YR              9        207         38          881   1,088    9       207       38         711     918      9        207       38         711     918
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                                            2009-10                                     2010-2011                                      2011-2012

                                          PERMANENT             ANNUAL                 PERMANENT PERMANE ANNUAL                       PERMANENT            ANNUAL
                      MOBILE    MOBILE     LEARNING PERMANEN CAMPUS MOBILE MOBILE       LEARNING    NT    CAMPUS     MOBILE    MOBILE  LEARNING PERMANENT CAMPUS
SCHOOL NAME            UNITS   CAPACITY     SPACES  T CAPACITY CAPACITY UNITS CAPACITY   SPACES  CAPACITY CAPACITY    UNITS   CAPACITY SPACES    CAPACITY CAPACITY

HARRIS CREEK YR        6         138         48       1,039    1,177    6       138       48        1,039   1,177     6        138       48        1,039   1,177
HERBERT AKINS E27      0          0          51        862      862     0        0        51        1,078   1,078     2        46        51        1,078   1,124
HERITAGE YR            7         161         37        788      949     7       161       37         788     949      7        161       37         788     949
HIGHCROFT DR YR        9         207         38        860     1,067    9       207       38         860    1,067     9        207       38         860    1,067
HILBURN                8         184         35        506      690     8       184       35         506     690      8        184       35         506     690
HODGE RD YR            5         115         36        604      719     5       115       36         604     719      5        115       36         604     719
HOLLY GROVE YR         4         92          46        995     1,087    4        92       46         995    1,087     4        92        46         995    1,087
HOLLY RIDGE            8         184         36        577      761     8       184       36         577     761      8        184       36         577     761
HOLLY SPRINGS          16        368         36        771     1,139    16      368       36         771    1,139     16       368       36         771    1,139
HUNTER                 6         138         39        505      643     6       138       39         505     643      6        138       39         505     643
JEFFREYS GROVE         3         69          32        488      557     3        69       32         488     557      3        69        32         488     557
JONES DAIRY YR         4         92          36        719      811     4        92       36         719     811      4        92        36         719     811
JOYNER                 8         184         32        422      606     8       184       32         422     606      8        184       32         422     606
KINGSWOOD              0          0          27        370      370     0        0        27         370     370      0         0        27         370     370
KNIGHTDALE             8         184         40        499      683     8       184       40         499     683      8        184       40         499     683
LACY                   0          0          40        646      646     0        0        40         646     646      0         0        40         646     646
LAKE MYRA E34          0          0          51        862      862     0        0        51        1,078   1,078     2        46        51        1,078   1,124
LAUREL PARK YR         0          0          46        963      963     0        0        46         963     963      7        161       46         963    1,124
LEAD MINE              1         23          35        540      563     1        23       35         540     563      1        23        35         540     563
LEESVILLE RD YR        16        368         35        747     1,115    16      368       35         747    1,115     16       368       35         747    1,115
LINCOLN HEIGHTS        15        300         37        438      738     15      345       37         438     738      15       345       37         438     738
LOCKHART YR            13        299         37        660      959     13      299       37         660     959      13       299       37         660     959
LYNN RD                0          0          40        614      614     0        0        40         614     614      0         0        40         614     614
MIDDLE CREEK YR        16        368         37        758     1,126    16      368       37         758    1,126     16       368       37         758    1,126
MILLBROOK              0          0          46        684      684     0        0        46         684     684      0         0        46         684     684
MILLS PARK             0          0          51       1,078    1,078    0        0        51        1,078   1,078     2        46        51        1,078   1,124
MORRISVILLE YR         5         115         35        683      798     5       115       35         683     798      5        115       35         683     798
N FOREST PINES YR      0          0          40        770      770     0        0        40         770     770      0         0        40         770     770
NORTH RIDGE            13        299         34        559      858     13      299       34         559     858      13       299       34         559     858
NORTHWOODS             3         69          34        522      591     3        69       34         522     591      3        69        34         522     591
OAK GROVE YR           5         115         35        683      798     5       115       35         683     798      5        115       35         683     798
OLDS                   0          0          18        268      268     0        0        18         268     268      0         0        18         268     268
OLIVE CHAPEL YR        14        322         36        784     1,106    14      322       36         784    1,106     14       322       36         784    1,106
PARTNERSHIP            0          0          20        297      297     0        0        20         297     297      0         0        20         297     297
PENNY RD               9         207         35        540      747     9       207       35         540     747      9        207       35         540     747
PLEASANT UNION YR      0          0          35        671      671     0        0        35         671     671      0         0        35         671     671
POE                    0          0          29        266      266     0        0        29         266     266      0         0        29         266     266
POWELL                 0          0          34        399      399     0        0        34         399     399      0         0        34         399     399
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                                             PERMANENT             ANNUAL                 PERMANENT PERMANE ANNUAL                        PERMANENT            ANNUAL
                         MOBILE    MOBILE     LEARNING PERMANEN CAMPUS MOBILE MOBILE       LEARNING    NT    CAMPUS      MOBILE    MOBILE  LEARNING PERMANENT CAMPUS
SCHOOL NAME               UNITS   CAPACITY     SPACES  T CAPACITY CAPACITY UNITS CAPACITY   SPACES  CAPACITY CAPACITY     UNITS   CAPACITY SPACES    CAPACITY CAPACITY

RAND RD YR                8         184         35        659      843     8       184       35         659      843      8        184       35         659      843
REEDY CREEK               10        230         38        526      756     10      230       38         526      756      10       230       38         526      756
RIVER BEND YR             0          0          51       1,078    1,078    0        0        51        1,078    1,078     2        46        51        1,078    1,124
ROLESVILLE                9         207         33        494      701     9       207       33         494      701      9        207       33         494      701
ROOT                      26        388          0         0       388     0        0         0         549      549      0         0        0          549      549
SALEM                     14        322         37        816     1,138    14      322       37         816     1,138     14       322       37         816     1,138
SANFORD CREEK YR          0          0          40        805      805     0        0        40         805      805      0         0        40         805      805
SMITH                     0          0          51        647      647     0        0        51         647      647      0         0        51         647      647
STOUGH                    10        230         29        393      623     10      230       29         393      623      10       230       29         393      623
SWIFT CREEK               2         46          31        467      513     2        46       31         467      513      2        46        31         467      513
SYCAMORE CREEK YR         0          0          51       1,078    1,078    0        0        51        1,078    1,078     2        46        51        1,078    1,124
TIMBER DR YR              9         207         36        621      828     9       207       36         621      828      9        207       36         621      828
TURNER CREEK YR           8         184         38        754      938     8       184       38         754      938      8        184       38         754      938
UNDERWOOD                 0          0          33        475      475     0        0        33         475      475      0         0        33         475      475
VANCE YR                  6         138         28        498      636     6       138       28         498      636      6        138       28         498      636
VANDORA SPRGS             5         115         34        465      580     5       115       34         465      580      5        115       34         465      580
WAKE FOREST               0          0          40        650      650     0        0        40         650      650      0         0        40         650      650
WAKEFIELD YR              15        345         36        770     1,115    15      345       36         770     1,115     15       345       36         770     1,115
WAKELON                   0          0          46        695      695     0        0        46         695      695      0         0        46         695      695
WASHINGTON                0          0          39        532      532     0        0        39         532      532      0         0        39         532      532
WEATHERSTONE              13        299         36        559      858     13      299       36         559      858      13       299       36         559      858
WENDELL                   2         46          35        452      498     2        46       35         452      498      2        46        35         452      498
WEST LAKE YR              14        322         35        651      973     14      322       35         651      973      14       322       35         651      973
WILBURN                   32        611         36         0       611     40      795       36          0       795      0         0        51        1,078    1,078
WILDWOODFOREST            16        368         36        543      911     16      368       36         543      911      16       368       36         543      911
WILEY                     0          0          30        403      403     0        0        30         403      403      0         0        30         403      403
WILLOW SPRINGS YR         16        368         32        720     1,088    16      368       32         720     1,088     16       368       32         720     1,088
YATES MILL                0          0          37        554      554     0        0        37         554      554      0         0        37         554      554
YORK                      4         92          33        474      566     4        92       33         474      566      4        92        33         474      566
ZEBULON                   10        230         40        496      726     10      230       40         496      726      10       230       40         496      726
E 21 ROCK QUARRY/SUNNYBROOK AREA                                                                                          0         0        51         862      862

Subtotal Elementary       663     14,869       3,727     61,158   76,027   629    14,342   3,799       63,414   77,711    608     13,984    3,865      65,570   79,509
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                         MOBILE    MOBILE     LEARNING PERMANEN CAMPUS MOBILE MOBILE       LEARNING    NT    CAMPUS      MOBILE    MOBILE  LEARNING PERMANENT CAMPUS
SCHOOL NAME               UNITS   CAPACITY     SPACES  T CAPACITY CAPACITY UNITS CAPACITY   SPACES  CAPACITY CAPACITY     UNITS   CAPACITY SPACES    CAPACITY CAPACITY

MIDDLE
APEX                      0          0          60       1,040    1,040    0        0        60        1,040    1,040     0         0        60        1,040    1,040
CARNAGE                   7         182         60        877     1,059    7       182       60         877     1,059     7        182       60         877     1,059
CARROLL                   0          0          54        868      868     0        0        54         868      868      0         0        54         868      868
CENTENNIAL                0          0          42        598      598     0        0        42         598      598      0         0        42         598      598
DANIELS                   6         156         64        954     1,110    6       156       64         954     1,110     6        156       64         954     1,110
DAVIS DR                  10        260         56        928     1,188    10      260       56         928     1,188     10       260       56         928     1,188
DILLARD                   6         156         62        980     1,136    6       156       62         980     1,136     6        156       62         980     1,136
DURANT RD YR              11        286         62       1,246    1,532    11      286       62        1,246    1,532     11       286       62        1,246    1,532
E CARY YR                 0          0          60       1,293    1,293    0        0        60        1,293    1,293     0         0        60        1,293    1,293
E GARNER                  5         130         57        815      945     5       130       57         815      945      5        130       57         815      945
E MILLBROOK               8         208         63        997     1,205    8       208       63         997     1,205     8        208       63         997     1,205
E WAKE YR                 12        312         54       1,021    1,333    12      312       54        1,021    1,333     12       312       54        1,021    1,333
FUQUAY-VARINA             0          0          57        928      928     0        0        57         928      928      0         0        57         928      928
HERITAGE YR               0          0          60       1,185    1,185    0        0        60        1,185    1,185     0         0        60        1,185    1,185
HOLLY GROVE M9                                                             0        0        82         974      974      0         0        82        1,298    1,298
HOLLY RIDGE               14        364         57        867     1,231    14      364       57         867     1,231     14       364       57         867     1,231
LEESVILLE RD              16        416         53       1,101    1,517    16      416       53        1,101    1,517     16       416       53        1,101    1,517
LIGON                     3         78          64       1,032    1,110    3        78       64        1,032    1,110     3        78        64        1,032    1,110
LUFKIN YR                 0          0          57       1,248    1,248    0        0        57        1,248    1,248     0         0        57        1,248    1,248
MARTIN                    0          0          64        896      896     0        0        64         896      896      0         0        64         896      896
MILLS PARK M10            0                                         0      0        0        82         974      974      0         0        82        1,298    1,298
MOORE SQUARE              0          0          37        598      598     0        0        37         598      598      0         0        37         598      598
N GARNER YR               5         130         56       1,149    1,279    5       130       56        1,149    1,279     5        130       56        1,149    1,279
REEDY CREEK               0          0          57        902      902     0        0        57         902      902      0         0        57         902      902
ROLESVILLE M6                                                                                                             0         0        82         974      974
SALEM YR                  2         52          57       1,217    1,269    2        52       57        1,217    1,269     2        52        57        1,217    1,269
WF-ROLESVILLE             11        286         55        851     1,137    11      286       55         851     1,137     11       286       55         851     1,137
WAKEFIELD                 13        338         57        971     1,309    13      338       57         971     1,309     13       338       57         971     1,309
WENDELL                   16        416         60        981     1,397    16      416       60         981     1,397     16       416       60         981     1,397
WEST CARY                 6         156         56        948     1,104    6       156       56         948     1,104     6        156       56         948     1,104
WEST LAKE YR              12        312         56       1,131    1,443    12      312       56        1,131    1,443     12       312       56        1,131    1,443
WEST MILLBROOK            8         208         59        936     1,144    8       208       59         936     1,144     8        208       59         936     1,144
ZEBULON                   8         208         58        789      997     8       208       58         789      997      8        208       58         789      997

Subtotal Middle           179      4,654       1,714     29,347   34,001   179    4,654    1,878       31,295   35,949    179      4,654    1,960      32,918   37,572
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                          (14)                                              0                                              0
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                                   Preliminary Impact of Mobile Inventory on Campus Capacities: 2009 -- 2012
                                               2009-10                                        2010-2011                                        2011-2012

                                             PERMANENT             ANNUAL                 PERMANENT PERMANE ANNUAL                            PERMANENT            ANNUAL
                         MOBILE    MOBILE     LEARNING PERMANEN CAMPUS MOBILE MOBILE       LEARNING    NT    CAMPUS          MOBILE    MOBILE  LEARNING PERMANENT CAMPUS
SCHOOL NAME               UNITS   CAPACITY     SPACES  T CAPACITY CAPACITY UNITS CAPACITY   SPACES  CAPACITY CAPACITY         UNITS   CAPACITY SPACES    CAPACITY CAPACITY

HIGH
APEX                      36        864        82        1,627     2,491      36    864         82         1,627    2,491     36       864       82        1,627    2,491
ATHENS DR                 15        360        86        1,636     1,996      15    360         86         1,636    1,996     15       360       86        1,636    1,996
BROUGHTON                 12        288        89        1,793     2,081      12    288         89         1,793    2,081     12       288       89        1,793    2,081
CARY                      0          0         109       2,243     2,243      0      0          109        2,243    2,243     0         0       109        2,243    2,243
E WAKE N. CAMPUS          0          0          0          0         0        0      0           0            0       0       0         0        0           0        0
E WAKE ARTS               1         24         21         440       464       1      24         21          440      464      1        24        21         440      464
E WAKE ENG                4         96         20         306       402       4      96         20          306      402      4        96        20         306      402
E WAKE HLTH SCI           2         48         20         373       421       2      48         20          373      421      2        48        20         373      421
E WAKE INT TECH           0          0         21         445       445       0      0          21          445      445      0         0        21         445      445
ENLOE                     0          0         129       2,587     2,587      0      0          129        2,587    2,587     0         0       129        2,587    2,587
FUQUAY-VARINA             19        456        82        1,639     2,095      19    456         82         1,639    2,095     19       456       82        1,639    2,095
GARNER                    42       1,008       86        1,142     2,150      41    984         86         1,166    2,150     41       984       86        1,166    2,150
GREEN HOPE                17        408        82        1,705     2,113      17    408         82         1,705    2,113     17       408       82        1,705    2,113
HERITAGE H2                                                 see Wake Forest   0      0          83         1,663    1,663     0         0        83        1,247    1,247
HOLLY SPRINGS             8         192        83        1,741     1,933      8     192         83         1,741    1,933     8        192       83        1,741    1,933
KNIGHTDALE                16        384        83        1,675     2,059      16    384         83         1,675    2,059     16       384       83        1,675    2,059
LEESVILLE RD              12        288        104       2,075     2,363      12    288         104        2,075    2,363     12       288      104        2,075    2,363
MIDDLE CREEK              18        432        82        1,651     2,083      18    432         82         1,651    2,083     18       432       82        1,651    2,083
MILLBROOK                 18        432        104       2,060     2,492      18    432         104        2,060    2,492     18       432      104        2,060    2,492
PANTHER CREEK             22        528        83        1,747     2,275      22    528         83         1,747    2,275     22       528       83        1,747    2,275
SANDERSON                 10        240        86        1,749     1,989      10    240         86         1,749    1,989     10       240       86        1,749    1,989
SE RALEIGH                16        384        85        1,705     2,089      16    384         85         1,705    2,089     16       384       85        1,705    2,089
WAKE EARLY COL.           0          0          8         254       254       0      0           8          254      254      0         0        8          254      254
WF-ROLESVILLE             27        600        81        1,663     2,263      27    600         81         1,663    2,263     0         0       111        2,263    2,263
WAKEFIELD                 39        936        107       2,141     3,077      39    936         107        2,141    3,077     39       936      107        2,141    3,077
H6 - FORESTVILLE ROAD AREA                                                             Early Start - see Heritage             0         0       111        1,667    1,667

Subtotal High             334      7,968       1,733     34,397   42,365      333   7,944     1,816       36,084    44,028    306      7,344    1,957      37,935   45,279
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                                   Preliminary Impact of Mobile Inventory on Campus Capacities: 2009 -- 2012
                                               2009-10                                        2010-2011                                         2011-2012

                                             PERMANENT             ANNUAL                 PERMANENT PERMANE ANNUAL                             PERMANENT            ANNUAL
                         MOBILE    MOBILE     LEARNING PERMANEN CAMPUS MOBILE MOBILE       LEARNING    NT    CAMPUS           MOBILE    MOBILE  LEARNING PERMANENT CAMPUS
SCHOOL NAME               UNITS   CAPACITY     SPACES  T CAPACITY CAPACITY UNITS CAPACITY   SPACES  CAPACITY CAPACITY          UNITS   CAPACITY SPACES    CAPACITY CAPACITY


SPECIAL/ALTERNATIV
LONGVIEW (H)               0                    26        102       102       0                26          102       102        0                 26         102       102
MARY PHILLIPS (H)          0                    22        144       144       0                22          144       144        0                 22         144       144
MT VERNON/BRIDGES          1                    25        120       120       1                25          120       120        1                 25         120       120
RIVER OAKS (M)                                  15         0         0        0                15           0         0         0                 15          0         0

Subtotal Spc/Opt           1         0          88        366       366       1        0       88          366       366        1        0        88         366       366
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                           0                                                  0                                                 0
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SUMMARY TOTALS
Capacity Total           1,177    27,491       7,262     125,268   152,759   1,142   26,940   7,581       131,159   158,054   1,094    25,982    7,870      136,789   162,726
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     Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of H2 (Heritage) and H6 High Schools
                   On Schools In The Northern And Eastern Areas Of The County


                H2-Heritage    Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI    LEP IEP
Capacity             1,663     2008-09 Actual Membership                                        0      0      0    0
2008 LI                        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,389    423    121 151
2008 Crowding                  2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,376    427    118 159
LI 2011               30%         Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     1,389    423    121 151
Crowding 2011         -274

                H6             Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI    LEP IEP
Capacity              2,222    2008-09 Actual Membership                                               0      0    0
LI 2008                        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,401    439    144 162
Crowding                       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,504    480    151 178
LI 2011               31%         Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     1,401    439    144 162
Crowding 2011         -821

                WFRHS          Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI  LEP IEP
Capacity            2,200      2008-09 Actual Membership                                   1,856     407   35 219
LI 2008             22%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         2,058     641   81 262
Crowding            -344       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,045     579   59 245
LI 2011             31%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      202     234   46  43
Crowding 2011       -142       Capacity shown is after renovation without a 9th grade center


                Wakefield      Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity             1,787     2008-09 Actual Membership                                   2,723     667 191 316
LI 2008               24%      2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,882     624 183 252
Crowding              936      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          1,705     525 148 227
LI 2011               33%         Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -841      -43   -8  -64
Crowding 2011          95      Capacity shown is without the 9th grade center with 8 modular classrooms


                Millbrook      Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL    LI   LEP IEP
Capacity               2,492   2008-09 Actual Membership                                   2,466 1,047 236 352
LI 2008                42%     2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,613 652     65 242
Crowding                -26    2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          1,809 510     79 267
LI 2011                40%        Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -853 -395 -171 -110
Crowding 2011          -879    Capacity shown includes 18 mobile classrooms
                               600 magnet applicants at 10% LI would create 2213 at 32% LI


                Knightdale     Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL    LI   LEP IEP
Capacity              2,059    2008-09 Actual Membership                                   1,843 712 140 273
LI 2008               39%      2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,907 727 133 288
Crowding              -216     2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,883 1,119 219 434
LI 2011               38%      Current and Projected Student Counts                           64    15   -7  15
Crowding 2011         -152     Capacity shown includes 16 mobile classrooms
                               ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years


                Sanderson      Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL        LI  LEP IEP
Capacity             1,989     2008-09 Actual Membership                                   1,974      773 104 283
LI 2008              39%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,845      668   12 250
Crowding              -15      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          1,847      524   42 241
LI 2011              36%          Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -129     -105  -92  -33
Crowding 2011        -144      Capacity shown includes 10 mobile classrooms




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     Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of H2 (Heritage) and H6 High Schools
                   On Schools In The Northern And Eastern Areas Of The County

                Leesville      Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity             2,363     2008-09 Actual Membership                                   2,520     733 126 222
LI 2008                29%     2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         2,421     801 129 212
Crowding               157     2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,308     617 100 203
LI 2011                33%        Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      -99       68    3  -10
Crowding 2011           58     Capacity shown includes 12 mobile classrooms



                East Wake      Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity              1,732    2008-09 Actual Membership                                   1,569     858    89 333
LI 2008               55%      2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,301     801    87 402
Crowding              -163     2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          1,913     984 121 458
LI 2011               62%         Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -268      -57   -2  69
Crowding 2011         -431     Capacity shown includes 7 mobile classrooms
                               ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years




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      Impact Of Staff Recommendations On High Schools In The Western Part Of The County



                Apex High         Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity             2,107        2008-09 Actual Membership                                   2,200     265    69 264
LI 2008               12%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         2,526     337    90 301
Crowding               93         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,249     331    83 272
LI 2011               15%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                       -20       66   23   -2
Crowding 2011          73         ITRE data indicates that growth may be lower than the one year trend projection
                                  Modular units will add 384 seats and more could be added



                Athens High       Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL        LI  LEP IEP
Capacity             1,996        2008-09 Actual Membership                                   1,831      740 149 321
LI 2008               40%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,829      663 129 313
Crowding              -165        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,534      885 178 439
LI 2011               33%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                         2     -139   -47 -10
Crowding 2011         -163        ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years



                Cary High         Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity              2,243       2008-09 Actual Membership                                   1,754     676 187 256
LI 2008               39%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         2,241     645 152 291
Crowding              -489        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,191     591 178 288
LI 2011               28%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                       532      -38   -42 42
Crowding 2011          43


                Green Hope High   Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI  LEP IEP
Capacity             2,113        2008-09 Actual Membership                                   2,011     240   72 217
2008 LI               12%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         2,447     484 156 288
2008 Crowding         -102        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,029     352 127 240
LI 2011               19%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                       158     180   91  39
Crowding 2011          56         ITRE data indicates that growth may be lower than the one year trend projection



                Panther Creek     Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity             1,747        2008-09 Actual Membership                                   2,204     204 101 204
LI 2008                9%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         2,503     233 115 240
Crowding               457        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          2,549     226     93 239
LI 2011                7%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      -754      -99   -52 -62
Crowding 2011         -297        Modular units will add 528 seats




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                          Impact Of Staff Recommendations On High Schools
                           In The Central and Southern Parts Of The County


                Broughton             Current and Projected Student Counts     ALL                          LI   LEP IEP
Capacity               2,081          2008-09 Actual Memb.                                                  649 134 276
2008 LI                               2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth             2,501                         699 172 277
2008 Crowding                         2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model              2,897                         698 212 331
LI 2011                  28%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth 242                            50   38    1
Crowding 2011            420          Crowding will be avoided as magnet students are phased out


                Enloe                 Current and Projected Student Counts                       ALL        LI  LEP IEP
Capacity                 2,587        2008-09 Actual Memb.                                       2,259      757   72 314
LI 2008                               2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth                                2,886      940   81 369
Crowding                              2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model                                 2,880      919   85 371
LI 2011                  33%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     627      183    9  55
Crowding 2011            299          Crowding will be avoided by reducing magnet applications



              Fuquay-Varina           Current and Projected Student Counts                       ALL        LI   LEP IEP
Capacity             1,903            2008-09 Actual Memb.                                       1,845      462    48 252
LI 2008              25%              2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth                                2,166      545    89 290
Crowding              -58             2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model                                 2,184      588    81 291
LI 2011              25%                 Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     321        83   41  38
Crowding 2011         263             Capacity shown includes 19 mobile classrooms


                Garner                Current and Projected Student Counts                       ALL        LI   LEP IEP
Capacity                 2,150        2008-09 Actual Memb.                                       2,322      966 163 322
LI 2008                  42%          2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth                                2,274      912 152 316
Crowding                  172         2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model                                 2,613      971 171 365
LI 2011                  40%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -48       -54   -11  -6
Crowding 2011             124         Capacity does not include the full utilization of 41 "temporary" classrooms
                                      Capacity was reduced from 2750 to 2150 based upon stress on the core facility


                Holly Springs         Current and Projected Student Counts                       ALL        LI   LEP IEP
Capacity                1,741         2008-09 Actual Memb.                                       1,677      288    60 235
LI 2008                  17%          2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth                                1,936      347    77 280
Crowding                  -64         2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model                                 2,291      490    91 328
LI 2011                  18%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     259        59   17  45
Crowding 2011             195


              Middle Creek            Current and Projected Student Counts                       ALL        LI   LEP IEP
Capacity              2,083           2008-09 Actual Memb.                                       1,691      520     86 222
LI 2008               31%             2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth                                1,853      568     62 245
Crowding              -392            2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model                                 1,830      615     78 238
LI 2011               31%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     162        48   -24  23
Crowding 2011         -230            Capacity shown includes 18 mobile classrooms
                                      ITRE modeling seems to have underprojected growth in this part of the county


                Southeast Raleigh     Current and Projected Student Counts                       ALL        LI  LEP IEP
Capacity               2,089          2008-09 Actual Memb.                                       1,650      521   22 273
LI 2008                 32%           2011-12 Memb By 1 Yr Growth                                1,835      672   56 305
Crowding                -439          2011-12 Memb By ITRE Model                                 1,849      645   83 299
LI 2011                 37%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     185      151   34  32
Crowding 2011           -254          Capacity shown includes 16 mobile classrooms


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    Impact Of Staff Recommendations On High Schools
     In The Central and Southern Parts Of The County




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           Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Rolesville (M6) Middle
                             On Northern and Eastern Middle Schools


                M6 Rolesville Middle Current and Projected Student Counts                          ALL          LI  LEP IEP
Capacity               1,623         2008-09 Actual Membership                                           0        0   0    0
2008 LI                              2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                             951        257 88 111
2008 Crowding          -1623         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                            1,266        383 124 155
LI 2011                 27%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      951        257 88 111
Crowding 2011           -672         ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years



                Durant Middle             Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP       IEP
Capacity               1,532              2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,094    270 74        191
LI 2008                 25%               2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,608    520 122       260
Crowding                -438              2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,461    439 108       235
LI 2011                 32%                   Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      514    250 48         69
Crowding 2011            76


              East Millbrook              Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP       IEP
Capacity               1,205              2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,150    454 94        147
LI 2008                39%                2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,029    369 68        137
Crowding                -55               2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,055    397 83        147
LI 2011                36%                    Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -121     -85 -26      -10
Crowding 2011          -176               Increase magnet enrollment will lower the percentage of low-income students



                East Wake Middle          Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP       IEP
Capacity               1,333              2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,068    526 142       216
LI 2008                49%                2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,052    508 84        232
Crowding               -265               2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,660    755 163       358
LI 2011                48%                    Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      -16     -18 -58       16
Crowding 2011          -281               ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years



                Heritage Middle           Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP       IEP
Capacity                1,185             2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,289    276 41        195
LI 2008                 21%               2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,231    228 29        192
Crowding                 104              2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,104    193 24        172
LI 2011                 19%                   Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      -58     -48 -12       -3
Crowding 2011            46


                WF-Rolesville Middle      Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP       IEP
Capacity               1,137              2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,141    279 79        140
LI 2008                24%                2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,084    280 77        132
Crowding                 4                2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,331    331 92        166
LI 2011                26%                    Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                      -57      1  -2        -8
Crowding 2011           -53               ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years




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           Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Rolesville (M6) Middle
                             On Northern and Eastern Middle Schools

                Wakefield Middle   Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL        LI LEP         IEP
Capacity               1,309       2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,317      207 69          179
LI 2008                 16%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,065      286 93          161
Crowding                  8        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,100      213 84          154
LI 2011                 27%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -252        79 24         -18
Crowding 2011           -244

                Wendell Middle     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                           LI LEP IEP
Capacity               1,397       2008-09 Actual Membership                   416                         210 44 80
LI 2008                 50%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         968                         515 121 132
Crowding                -981       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,042                         459 103 126
LI 2011                 53%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   552                         305 77 52
Crowding 2011           -429


                West Millbrook     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                           LI     LEP     IEP
Capacity               1,144       2008-09 Actual Membership                   900                         336     109     138
LI 2008                 37%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         870                         283     100     102
Crowding                -244       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,142                         234     109     164
LI 2011                 33%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -30                          -53     -9     -36
Crowding 2011           -274       Staff believes that the 1 YR growth trend is distorted by charter school impact



                Zebulon Middle                                               Memb                          LI LEP         IEP
Capacity                 997       2008-09 Actual Membership                    843                        423 65          160
LI 2008                 50%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        1,077                        574 83          205
Crowding                -154       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         1,306                        556 100         249
LI 2011                 53%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth    234                        151 18           45
Crowding 2011            80




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          Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Mills Park (M10) Middle
                                 On Western Middle Schools


                M10-Mills Park Middle Current and Projected Student Counts                        ALL      LI  LEP IEP
Capacity                1,623         2008-09 Actual Membership                                       0      0   0    0
2008 LI                               2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                         1,261    144 107 108
2008 Crowding           -1623         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                          1,482    209 120 131
LI 2011                  11%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                   1,261    144 107 108
Crowding 2011            -362


                Davis Drive Middle   Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP        IEP
Capacity                 1,188       2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,211    180 74         149
LI 2008                  15%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,245    208 82         156
Crowding                  23         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,048    230 80         133
LI 2011                  17%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                       34      28 8           7
Crowding 2011             57


              East Cary Middle       Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI LEP IEP
Capacity              1,293          2008-09 Actual Membership                   446                         89 53 80
LI 2008                20%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,027                       217 92 133
Crowding               -847          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,041                       230 85 131
LI 2011                21%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   581                       128 39 53
Crowding 2011          -266


                Reedy Creek Middle   Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI     LEP    IEP
Capacity                902          2008-09 Actual Membership                   835                       329     113    136
LI 2008                 39%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         996                       356     116    160
Crowding                -67          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,302                       403     152    212
LI 2011                 36%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   161                         27      3     24
Crowding 2011            94          ITRE Model indicates the potential for rapid growth in future years



                Salem Middle         Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP        IEP
Capacity               1,269         2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,237      70 33        140
LI 2008                  6%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,273    183 57         179
Crowding                 -32         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,364    268 65         194
LI 2011                 14%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                       36    113 24          39
Crowding 2011             4


                West Cary Middle     Current and Projected Student Counts                         ALL      LI LEP        IEP
Capacity               1,104         2008-09 Actual Membership                                    1,160    218 102        124
LI 2008                 19%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                          1,017    140 79         109
Crowding                  56         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                           1,054    121 90         113
LI 2011                 14%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                     -143     -78 -23       -15
Crowding 2011            -87




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    Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Mills Park (M10) Middle
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          Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Holly Grove (M9) Middle
                                 On Southern Middle Schools


                M9 Holly Grove Middle Current and Projected Student Counts         ALL     LI  LEP IEP
Capacity                1,623         2008-09 Actual Membership                        0     0   0    0
2008 LI                               2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes          1,334   259 101 169
2008 Crowding           -1623         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes           1,390   308 101 167
LI 2011                  19%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth    1,334   259 101 169
Crowding 2011            -289


                Apex Middle            Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP     IEP
Capacity                1,040          2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,020   177 62      130
LI 2008                 17%            2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,102   198 74      142
Crowding                 -20           2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,135   247 78      143
LI 2011                 18%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth      82     21 12      12
Crowding 2011             62


              Dillard Middle           Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP     IEP
Capacity               1,136           2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,166   382 125     172
LI 2008                 28%            2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,202   336 89      183
Crowding                 66            2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,383   316 112     198
LI 2011                 23%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth     181    -20 23      15
Crowding 2011            66


                Fuquay-Varina Middle   Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP     IEP
Capacity                928            2008-09 Actual Membership                   938     242 54      167
LI 2008                 26%            2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         917     246 52      170
Crowding                 10            2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,294     358 73      240
LI 2011                 27%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -21       4  -2       3
Crowding 2011           -11


                Holly Ridge Middle     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP     IEP
Capacity                 1,231         2008-09 Actual Membership                 1,246     231 69      181
LI 2008                  19%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         946     205 59      156
Crowding                  15           2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          941     256 57      155
LI 2011                  22%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -300       -26 -10    -25
Crowding 2011            -285


                Lufkin Middle          Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP     IEP
Capacity                 1,248         2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,140   108 40      169
LI 2008                   9%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,300   252 82      214
Crowding                 -108          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,152   205 54      189
LI 2011                  19%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth     160   144 42       45
Crowding 2011             52


                West Lake Middle       Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP     IEP
Capacity                1,443          2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,432   324 97      183
LI 2008                 23%            2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,371   391 78      177
Crowding                 -11           2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,055   208 52      130
LI 2011                 29%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth     -61     67 -19     -6
Crowding 2011            -72                                                                    41
    Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Holly Grove (M9) Middle
                           On Southern Middle Schools




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    Impact Of Staff Recommendations On Middle Schools Not Located Near New Middle Schools



                Carnage            Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP IEP
Capacity             1,059         2008-09 Actual Membership                 1,099     445 98 136
2008 LI               40%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         855     420 72 106
2008 Crowding          40          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          770     311 62 99
LI 2011               49%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -244       -25 -26 -30
Crowding 2011         -204


                Carroll            Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP        IEP
Capacity                  868      2008-09 Actual Membership                  793      298 100        119
LI 2008                   38%      2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        817      296 49         140
Crowding                  -75      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         933      299 76         152
LI 2011                   36%          Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   24        -2 -51        21
Crowding 2011             -51


              Centennial           Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP        IEP
Capacity            598            2008-09 Actual Membership                  604      180 59         124
LI 2008             30%            2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        724      218 40         145
Crowding             6             2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         800      250 95         154
LI 2011             30%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  120        38 -19        21
Crowding 2011       126


                Daniels            Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP        IEP
Capacity              1,110        2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,245   353 108        165
LI 2008                28%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,148   337 79         158
Crowding               135         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,478   323 80         202
LI 2011                29%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth     -97    -16 -29        -7
Crowding 2011           38


                East Garner        Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI     LEP    IEP
Capacity              945          2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,122   506     121    181
LI 2008               45%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,190   563     131    194
Crowding              177          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,217   521     140    201
LI 2011               47%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth      68     57     10     13
Crowding 2011         245


                Leesville Middle   Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP        IEP
Capacity              1,517        2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,291   349 65         174
LI 2008                27%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,527   556 119        199
Crowding               -226        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,577   490 127        207
LI 2011                36%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth     236   207 54          25
Crowding 2011           10




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    Impact Of Staff Recommendations On Middle Schools Not Located Near New Middle Schools


                Ligon            Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP        IEP
Capacity                 1,110   2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,102   303 50         151
LI 2008                  27%     2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,189   408 42         164
Crowding                   -8    2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,042   296 35         148
LI 2011                  34%         Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth      87   105  -8         13
Crowding 2011              79

                Martin           Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP        IEP
Capacity                 896     2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,034   254 41         175
LI 2008                  25%     2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,151   310 75         184
Crowding                 138     2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,112   258 64         177
LI 2011                  27%         Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth     117     56 34          9
Crowding 2011            255


                Moore Square     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP        IEP
Capacity               598       2008-09 Actual Membership                  489      193 12         119
LI 2008               39%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        434      130 16         101
Crowding              -109       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         541      208 53         119
LI 2011               30%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -55      -63 4         -18
Crowding 2011         -164


                North Garner                                               Memb      LI     LEP    IEP
Capacity              1,279      2008-09 Actual Membership                  1,167    435     100    200
LI 2008                37%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        1,387    441     114    242
Crowding               -112      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         1,297    432     104    230
LI 2011                32%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth    220       6     14     42
Crowding 2011           108




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         Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Herbert Akins Elementary
                 On Elementary Schools In The Southwestern Part Of The County


                Herbert Akins Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI    LEP    IEP
Capacity                1,078          2008-09 Actual Membership                     0       0      0      0
2008 LI                                2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        812      224     58    116
2008 Crowding                          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         802      247     56    119
LI 2011                 28%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  812      224     58    116
Crowding 2011           -266


                Fuquay-Varina Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                950            2008-09 Actual Membership                  942      256 67 103
LI 2008                 27%            2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        864      237 64 87
Crowding                 -8            2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         987      297 75 99
LI 2011                 27%                Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -78      -19 -3 -16
Crowding 2011           -86


              Holly Grove Elem         Current and Projected Student Counts        ALL     LI LEP       IEP
Capacity              1,087            2008-09 Actual Membership                   1,008   187 69        116
LI 2008                19%             2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         1,019   129 62        105
Crowding               -79             2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          1,362   159 86        158
LI 2011                13%                 Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth      11    -58 -7       -11
Crowding 2011          -68


                Holly Ridge Elem       Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                  761          2008-09 Actual Membership                  779      180 54 68
LI 2008                  23%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        686      151 51 54
Crowding                   18          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         495      138 38 38
LI 2011                  22%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -93      -29 -3 -14
Crowding 2011             -75


                Holly Springs Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP       IEP
Capacity                1,139          2008-09 Actual Membership                   865     152 28        100
LI 2008                  18%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,164     196 45        135
Crowding                 -274          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,127     288 64        164
LI 2011                  17%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   299       44 17        35
Crowding 2011              25


                Lincoln Heights Elem   Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 738           2008-09 Actual Membership                  680      205 55 97
LI 2008                  30%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        705      188 60 101
Crowding                 -58           2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         794      219 65 111
LI 2011                  27%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   25       -17 5    4
Crowding 2011            -33




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    Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Herbert Akins Elementary
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       Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Alston Ridge (E30) Elementary
                          On Schools In The Western Part Of The County


                Alston Ridge Elem   Current and Projected Student Counts                      ALL       LI   LEP IEP
Capacity                1,078       2008-09 Actual Membership                                     0        0   0    0
2008 LI                             2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes                       1,165      222 182 90
2008 Crowding                       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes                        1,689      180 171 115
LI 2011                  19%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth                 1,165      222 182 90
Crowding 2011             87        The ITRE model suggests that growth may accelerate in the near future



                Carpenter           Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI      LEP IEP
Capacity                 733        2008-09 Actual Membership                   701                     147      132 37
LI 2008                 21%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,058                     173      194 57
Crowding                 -32        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          650                     145      126 36
LI 2011                 16%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   357                       26      62 20
Crowding 2011            325


              Cedar Fork            Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI      LEP IEP
Capacity              701           2008-09 Actual Membership                  815                        85     211 68
LI 2008               10%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        878                        81     305 82
Crowding              114           2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         671                        74     243 69
LI 2011                9%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   63                         -4     94 14
Crowding 2011         177           The ITRE model suggests that growth may not continue at the current one year rate



                Green Hope          Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 918        2008-09 Actual Membership                  824                      140 92 59
LI 2008                 17%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        671                      148 88 53
Crowding                 -94        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         629                      201 124 59
LI 2011                 22%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -153                        8  -4  -6
Crowding 2011           -247        Green Hope Capacity is for a traditional calendar program and 9 mobile classrooms



                Highcroft           Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 1,067      2008-09 Actual Membership                   693                       85 43 77
LI 2008                   12%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         752                       77 47 82
Crowding                  -374      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,140                     163 70 127
LI 2011                   10%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth    59                       -8  4   5
Crowding 2011             -315      The ITRE model suggests that growth may accelerate in the near future



                Mills Park Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 1,124      2008-09 Actual Membership                   654                     109 60 40
LI 2008                   17%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,045                     114 86 67
Crowding                  -470      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          873                     107 71 56
LI 2011                   11%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   391                       5 26 27
Crowding 2011              -79      The ITRE model suggests that growth may not continue at the current one year rate




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       Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Alston Ridge (E30) Elementary
                          On Schools In The Western Part Of The County

                Morrisville Elem    Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                   798      2008-09 Actual Membership                  753                      115 96 61
LI 2008                   15%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        878                      180 109 72
Crowding                   -45      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         757                      114 94 62
LI 2011                   21%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  125                        65 13 11
Crowding 2011               80

                Turner Creek Elem   Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                       LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 938        2008-09 Actual Membership                   969                     151 60 95
LI 2008                  16%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,162                     151 79 114
Crowding                  31        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          553                     108 39 54
LI 2011                  13%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   193                       0 19 19
Crowding 2011            224        The ITRE model suggests that growth may not continue at the current one year rate




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          Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Banks Road Elementary
                          On Schools In The Southern Area Of The County


                E23 Banks Road     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI     LEP IEP
Capacity               1,124       2008-09 Actual Membership                     0     0       0   0
2008 LI               #DIV/0!      2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        823    231      83 92
2008 Crowding          -1124       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         957    305      84 107
LI 2011                 28%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  823    231      83 92
Crowding 2011           -301


                Ballentine         Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                   842     2008-09 Actual Membership                  797    179     119 77
LI 2008                   22%      2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        710    221     132 73
Crowding                   -45     2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         464      67    101 51
LI 2011                   31%          Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -87     42     13  -4
Crowding 2011             -132


              Middle Creek Elem    Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI LEP      IEP
Capacity              1,126        2008-09 Actual Membership                 1,058   256 77       142
LI 2008                24%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,205   244 79       158
Crowding               -68         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          991   299 58       103
LI 2011                20%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   147    -12 2        16
Crowding 2011           79


                Smith Elem         Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL      LI LEP IEP
Capacity                  647      2008-09 Actual Membership                  503     310 88 74
LI 2008                  62%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        327     200 66 51
Crowding                 -144      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         395     217 88 53
LI 2011                  61%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -176    -110 -22 -23
Crowding 2011            -320


                Vance              Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 636       2008-09 Actual Membership                  581    160 59 45
LI 2008                  28%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        684    169 76 62
Crowding                 -55       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         616    160 65 59
LI 2011                  25%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  103      9 17 17
Crowding 2011             48


                West Lake Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                973        2008-09 Actual Membership                  976    232     162 89
LI 2008                 24%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        927    174     161 78
Crowding                 3         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         650    101     117 52
LI 2011                 19%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -49    -58     -1 -11
Crowding 2011           -46


                Willow Springs     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI LEP IEP
Capacity                1,088      2008-09 Actual Membership                 1,003   288 94 108
LI 2008                  29%       2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         899   260 85 89
Crowding                  -85      2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,032   290 99 100
LI 2011                  29%           Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -104     -28 -9 -19
Crowding 2011            -189                                                               49
    Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of Banks Road Elementary
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                Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of E21 Elementary
                        On Schools In The South Central Area Of The County


                E21 Elem             Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI   LEP IEP
Capacity               1,078         2008-09 Actual Membership                     0                          0   0    0
2008 LI                              2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes       1,083                        689 186 148
2008 Crowding           -1078        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes          720                        432 111 97
LI 2011                  64%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth 1,083                        689 186 148
Crowding 2011             5          ITRE data indicates that growth may be slower than the 1 yr trend projects
                                     However, ITRE has underprojected growth in this area in past years.


                Aversboro Elem       Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 572         2008-09 Actual Membership                  579                        256 110 64
LI 2008                 44%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        456                        177 38 53
Crowding                  7          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         597                        253 96 70
LI 2011                 39%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -123                         -79 -72 -11
Crowding 2011           -116


              Barwell Road           Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                950          2008-09 Actual Membership                  838                        462     148 93
LI 2008                55%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        740                        388     154 59
Crowding               -112          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         598                        316     134 45
LI 2011                52%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -98                        -74      6 -34
Crowding 2011          -210


                Creech Road          Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI LEP IEP
Capacity                600          2008-09 Actual Membership                   578                       313 79 92
LI 2008                 54%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         540                       295 84 87
Crowding                -22          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,256                       546 185 203
LI 2011                 55%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -38                        -18  5  -5
Crowding 2011           -60          ITRE model indicates potential for rapid growth in future years



                East Garner Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 904         2008-09 Actual Membership                   671                       383 89 103
LI 2008                 57%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes         581                       314 69 90
Crowding                -233         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1,060                       505 115 165
LI 2011                 54%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -90                        -69 -20 -13
Crowding 2011           -323         ITRE model indicates potential for rapid growth in future years



                Hodge Road           Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                         LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                719          2008-09 Actual Membership                  739                        390     176 77
LI 2008                53%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        888                        496     230 91
Crowding                 20          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         957                        497     233 105
LI 2011                56%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  149                        106      54 14
Crowding 2011           169          Potential crowding may need to be addressed with modular classrooms
                                     The one-year trend may be overprojecting growth from current year




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                Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of E21 Elementary
                        On Schools In The South Central Area Of The County

                Timber Drive         Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                 828         2008-09 Actual Membership                  931    364     129 102
LI 2008                 39%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        814    299     124 79
Crowding                 103         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         789    281     124 82
LI 2011                 37%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -117     -65     -5 -23
Crowding 2011            -14

                Vandora Springs      Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL     LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 580         2008-09 Actual Membership                  496    188 73 58
LI 2008                 38%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        467    168 69 54
Crowding                 -84         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         645    229 97 75
LI 2011                 36%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -29    -20 -4  -4
Crowding 2011           -113




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         Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of E34 Lake Myra Elementary
                          On Schools In The Eastern Area Of The County


                E34-Lake Myra Elem   Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                            LI     LEP IEP
Capacity               1,124         2008-09 Actual Membership                     0                             0      0   0
2008 LI                              2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        567                            327     74 82
2008 Crowding                        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         930                            329     65 177
LI 2011                  58%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  567                            327     74 82
Crowding 2011            -557        ITRE model indicates potential for rapid growth in future years



                Knightdale Elem      Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                             LI    LEP IEP
Capacity                  683        2008-09 Actual Membership                  668                            367    167 87
LI 2008                  55%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        550                            236    155 61
Crowding                  -15        2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         512                            263    176 55
LI 2011                  43%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -118                           -131    -12 -26
Crowding 2011            -133                  Knightdale will fill seats as the traditional calendar option for Knightdale schools



              Lockhart Elem          Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                            LI LEP IEP
Capacity                959          2008-09 Actual Membership                  716                           298 93 86
LI 2008                42%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        748                           376 107 95
Crowding               -243          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1652                           696 178 206
LI 2011                50%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   32                             78 14   9
Crowding 2011          -211          ITRE model indicates potential for rapid growth in future years



                Carver Elem          Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                            LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                 639         2008-09 Actual Membership                  549                           309     136 83
LI 2008                  56%         2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        628                           294     132 91
Crowding                 -90         2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         672                           323     226 61
LI 2011                  47%             Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   79                            -15     -4   8
Crowding 2011            -11


                Wendell Elem         Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                            LI LEP IEP
Capacity                 498         2008-09 Actual Membership                  507                           252 55 75
LI 2008                 50%          2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        349                           188 36 47
Crowding                  9          2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         272                           142 29 35
LI 2011                 54%              Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth -158                            -64 -19 -28
Crowding 2011           -149         ITRE model indicates potential for rapid growth in future years
                                     Wendell will fill available capacity through its magnet program


                Forestville Elem     Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                            LI LEP IEP
Capacity                   609       2008-09 Actual Membership                  601                           233 67 78
LI 2008                   39%        2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        507                           239 85 71
Crowding                    -8       2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes        1192                           472 182 167
LI 2011                   47%            Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth   -94                            6 18   -7
Crowding 2011             -102       ITRE model indicates potential for rapid growth in future years


                Hodge Road           Current and Projected Student Counts      ALL                            LI     LEP IEP
Capacity                719          2008-09 Actual Membership                  739                           390     176 77
LI 2008                53%           2011-12 By 1 Yr Growth With Changes        888                           496     230 91
Crowding                20           2011-12 By ITRE Model With Changes         957                           497     233 105
LI 2011                56%               Net Base Changes By 2011 Using Growth  149                           106      54 14
Crowding 2011           169          Potential crowding may need to be addressed with modular classrooms
                                     The one-year trend may be overprojecting growth from current year
    Impact Of Staff Recommendations And The Opening Of E34 Lake Myra Elementary
                     On Schools In The Eastern Area Of The County




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           Growth Management Plan For 2009-10, 2010-11, and 2011-12
             Final Recommendations Prepared By The Growth and Planning Department
                                              December 16, 2008

Adams Elementary                                                            School Number: 304

2008-09 Capacity:            873            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      873
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 670                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        738
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           825

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is recommending that several year round application nodes be moved into Adams to better utilize
the facilities and to relieve overcrowding issues at sending schools. Staff also recommends that Adams
lose several application nodes because of the assignment of those areas as base to other schools.

Staff recommends that several year round application nodes be moved from Oak Grove to Adams to
relieve crowding issues at Oak Grove and to make better use of the facilities at Adams.

Staff recommends that other year round application nodes be moved from Timber Drive to Adams to
relieve crowding issues at Timber Drive and to make better use of the facilities at Adams.

Staff recommends that some year round application nodes be moved from Adams to Carpenter because
the base nodes were reassigned to Carpenter.

Staff recommends that several year round application nodes be moved from Adams to Alston Ridge
because their base nodes were reassigned to Alston Ridge, a year-round calendar school.

Staff recommends that year round application node 55.2 be moved to Timber Drive Elementary because
its neighboring node applies to Timber Drive and is closer in proximity.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Reedy Creek Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 581.0,055.2
Out of the school in 2010: 368.2,412.8,412.9,579.0,580.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     441.2,441.3,441.4,442.1,442.2,442.3,446.0,447.1,447.2,499.4,499.5



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Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Alston Ridge Elementary                                                     School Number: E30

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1078
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1165

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Alston Ridge Elementary will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2010-2011. Staff
recommends that students assigned to Alston Ridge will come from Cedar Fork Elementary (375.0,
376.0, 377.1, 377.2, 377.3, 377.4, 628.1, 628.2), Dillard Elementary (412.8, 412.9), Green Hope
Elementary (378.1, 378.3, 378.4, 700.1), Kingswood Elementary (579.0, 580.0), and Reedy Creek
Elementary (368.2).

Staff recommends that some year-round calendar application students from Adams and Carpenter
Elementary be reassigned to Alston Ridge to join their base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school for Alston Ridge will be Green Hope Elementary
beginning in the 2010-2011 school year.

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,628.1,628.2,412.8,412.9,378.1,378.3,378
                             .4,700.1,579.0,580.0,368.2
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     368.2,412.8,412.9,579.0,580.0,375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,628.1,628
                             .2
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Apex Elementary                                                           School Number: 308

2008-09 Capacity:            720           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     720
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 705                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       738
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          738

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Aversboro Elementary                                                       School Number: 320

2008-09 Capacity:            572           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      572
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 584                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         627
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            456

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that these base nodes (238.2, and 743.0) be moved from Aversboro Elementary to
help populate the new school, E21, in 2011-12. This will avoid crowding issues at Aversboro and assign
students to a closer school. These moves affect approximately 240 students.

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be reassigned from Smith
Elementary to Aversboro over the next three years to better utilize Aversboro's new facility and to make
room for magnet application students at Smith.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 238.2,743.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:   056.0,057.1,057.2,137.0,449.1,449.2,462.1,462.2,470.2,470.3,471.0,473.0,488
                           .0,488.1,490.1,497.1,499.3,500.7,517.0,524.1,613.0,668.0,694.0




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Baileywick Elementary                                                       School Number: 326

2008-09 Capacity:            525           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       525
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 518                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         463
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            470

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that 2 nodes (322.1, 338.1) be reassigned from Jeffrey's Grove Elementary to
Baileywick Elementary to better utilize the facility at Baileywick and because these two nodes are in close
proximity to Baileywick along with their surrounding nodes.

Staff has investigated the decline in base membership for Baileywick and the increase in the percentage
of low-income students that is generated by the growth model used to project future enrollment. It was
determined that the model incorrectly projects as a trend some changes from 2007 to 2008 that were
unique situations. An apartment complex assigned to Baileywick underwent a change in management
and a renovation and occupancy rates increased from about 65% in 2007 to 95% in 2008. This increase
in housing for low-income families will not continue into the future but the growth model adds additional
students each year. Similarly the opening of new charter schools in north Raleigh created a one-year
decline in base membership for Baileywick but that decline should not continue into the future. After a
review of individual node trends, staff has concluded that Baileywick's membership is likely to remain at
about 500 students and the percentage of students from low-income families is likely to remain at about
30-35%.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     322.1,338.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:



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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Ballentine Elementary                                                      School Number: 327

2008-09 Capacity:            842          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       842
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 789                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:            900
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:               710

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Banks Road Elementary will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2009-2010. As a result,
staff recommends that nodes be moved into Banks Road from neighboring schools to help populate
Banks Road and to help relieve overcrowding at these schools.

Staff recommends that four base nodes (461.5, 461.6, 463.0, and 521.0) be moved from Ballentine to
Banks Road to populate the new school and to relieve crowding issues at Ballentine. This affects
approximately 190 students.


Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Lincoln Heights Elementary.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 461.5,461.6,463.0,521.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Banks Road Elementary                                                       School Number: E23

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1124
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           823

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Banks Road Elementary will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2009-2010. As a result,
staff recommends that nodes be moved into Banks Road from neighboring schools to help populate
Banks Road and to help relieve overcrowding at these schools.

Staff recommends that students assigned to Banks Road come from Ballentine Elementary (461.5,
461.6, 463.0, 521.0), Middle Creek Elementary (448.1, 448.2, 448.3), Vance Elementary (469.0, 474.0),
West Lake Elementary (448.4, 461.4), and Willow Springs Elementary (467.0, 468.0, 476.0).

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will be Lincoln Heights.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     461.5,461.6,463.0,521.0,448.1,448.2,448.3,469.0,474.0,448.4,461.4,467.0,468
                             .0,476.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Barwell Rd Elementary                                                        School Number: 329

2008-09 Capacity:            950          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       950
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 840                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1138
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              740

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that this base node (506.4) be moved from Barwell Road to East Garner Elementary
to relieve crowding issues at Barwell and to make better use of the facilities at East Garner. This will
affect approximately 20 students.

Staff recommends that these base nodes (165.0 and 167.2) be moved from Barwell to Hodge to relieve
crowding issues at Barwell and to make better use of the facilities at Hodge. This will affect
approximately 11 students.

Staff recommends that these base nodes (506.5, 619.0, 620.0, 652.0, and 671.0) be moved from
Barwell to Elementary to E21 to relieve crowding issues at Barwell and populate the new school E21.
This will affect approximately 365 students. These moves will not take place until 2011 when E21 is
projected to open.

To better utilize facilites at East Garner Elementary, staff recommends all of Creech Road base nodes
apply to East Garner Elementary for the year-round calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school change to Creech Road Elementary beginning
in the 2009-2010 school year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 506.4,165.0,167.2,506.5,619.0,620.0,652.0,671.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 511.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:


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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Baucom Elementary                                                         School Number: 328

2008-09 Capacity:            1132         2011-12 Planned Capacity:      962
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 690                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        649
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           693

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The Board of Education has decided that Baucom Elementary will change from a four-track year-round
instructional calendar to a traditional calendar for the 2009-10 school year. Staff recommends that
Baucom Elementary be the traditional application school for Olive Chapel Elementary and Turner Creek
Elementary.

The Board also decided that students who were reassigned to Baucom from Turner Creek when
Baucom changed to the year-round calendar for the 2007-08 school year and whose parents apply for a
transfer to Turner Creek during the annual transfer application process in May 2009 will have their
transfers approved by staff.

Staff recommends that families residing within the Baucom base may apply for placement in the year-
round program at Laurel Park Elementary during the annual magnet/calendar application process in
February 2009.

Because Baucom will now be a traditional calendar school, base nodes will no longer need a traditional
calendar application school.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:


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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     049.0,139.0,140.0,383.1,384.8,389.2,389.4,389.6,389.7,390.1,398.2,398.4,398
                             .5,399.1,399.2,399.4,402.0,403.1,403.2,403.3,406.0,537.0,540.0,564.0,566.0,5
                             67.0,568.0,573.0,587.0,590.0,592.0,605.0,634.0,734.0,737.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Brassfield Elementary                                                     School Number: 334

2008-09 Capacity:            774          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      774
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 769                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           660
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              608

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that node 296.2 be moved to Pleasant Union Elementary from Brassfield Elementary
because the neighboring node currently attends Pleasant Union. This move also helps to increase the
low income percentage at Pleasant Union.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Lead Mine Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 296.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Brentwood Elementary                                                      School Number: 336

2008-09 Capacity:            479           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     433
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 394                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       432
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          340

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The Board of Education has decided that Brentwood Elementary will become a magnet school with an
Engineering Math/Science theme in 2009-10. Staff is recommending changes that will open up seats for
magnet applications at the school.

Staff recommends that these base nodes (244.2 and 526.0) be moved from Brentwood to Durant Road
Elementary to align Brentwood with the magnet objectives for the 2009-2010 school year. This will affect
approximately 92 students.

Staff recommends that the base node (756.0) be moved from Brentwood to Joyner for the 2009-2010
school year. This node is adjacent to the existing Joyner assignment area and currently has no
elementary students.

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 244.2,526.0,756.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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Briarcliff Elementary                                                     School Number: 340

2008-09 Capacity:            582           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     582
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 560                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       537
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          526

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any base assignment changes for Briarcliff Elementary.

However, staff recommends that a traditional application node be moved from Briarcliff to Brooks
because the base node was moved to Brooks, a traditional calendar school.

Staff recommends that several traditional application nodes be moved from Briarcliff to Penny Road
because of proximity to Oak Grove Elementary.

Staff recommends that a traditional application node be moved from Briarcliff to Wiley because base
node was reassigned from Oak Grove to Wiley.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 067.0,070.1,070.3,417.3,418.3,418.4,418.6,424.4,424.5,424.7,598.0,641.0,145
                           .0
Out of the school in 2010: 144.0
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:   539.0
Into the school in 2011:




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Brier Creek Elementary                                                    School Number: 342

2008-09 Capacity:            880          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      880
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 657                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         823
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            823

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school for Brier Creek be changed to Stough
Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Brooks Elementary                                                         School Number: 344

2008-09 Capacity:            526           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     526
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 507                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       558
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          558

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (144.0), which is located very close to Moore Square Museums
Magnet, be moved from Oak Grove to Brooks Elementary to improve feeder elementary continuity so
that students can move from elementary to middle school with their elementary school peers. This will
affect approximately 11 students. Node 144.0 will no longer have a traditional calendar application
option to Briarcliff.

Staff recommends that base assignments to Brooks Museums Magnet program be assigned at the
middle school level to Moore Square Museums Magnet program.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Bugg Elementary                                                           School Number: 352

2008-09 Capacity:            415           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     415
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 425                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       352
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          352

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Out of the school in 2011:


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Carpenter Village Elementary                                                 School Number: 358

2008-09 Capacity:            733           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     733
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round    2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 674                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1072
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             1058

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (374.1) be moved from Cedar Fork to Carpenter Village to
improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with
their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 56 students.

Staff recommends that one other base node (581.0) be moved from Weatherstone to Carpenter Village
to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school
with their elementary school peers. Staff recommends that the year round application for this node be
moved from Adams to Carpenter Village to align with the reassignment of the base.

Staff recommends that several year round application nodes be moved from Carpenter Village to Alston
Ridge to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle
school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that Carpenter Village Elementary become the year-round application school for
Green Hope Elementary families in 2010-11 when Green Hope Elementary converts to a traditional
calendar school.

Staff recommends that Green Hope Elementary become the traditional calendar application school for
Carpenter Village Elementary families in 2010-11 when Green Hope Elementary converts to a traditional
calendar school.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     374.1,581.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,628.1,628.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     581.0



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Into the school in 2010:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Carver Elementary                                                            School Number: 362

2008-09 Capacity:            708          2011-12 Planned Capacity:        639
2008-09 Calendar:            Modified     2011-12 Calendar:         Modified

2008-09 Membership: 553                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           646
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              628

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The new Lake Myra facility is better suited for the multi track year round calendar than the current
Knightdale Elementary facility. Therefore, staff recommends that the majority of the current Knightdale
Elementary base population be reassigned to Lake Myra Elementary. Staff also recommends that the
Knightdale Elementary site operate on a traditional calendar in order to offer more traditional calendar
elementary seats in the Knightdale area.

 In addition, in an effort to utilize the new Lake Myra Elementary capacity and make the elementary
schools in the Knightdale/Wendell area more comparable, several nodes are being recommended for
reassignment. Staff recommends that these base nodes (185.0 and 185.1) be moved from Carver to
Lake Myra to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle
school with their elementary school peers and because of the proximity of the nodes to the school

Staff recommends that Lake Myra Elementary be the year-round application school for families from
Wendell Elementary, Carver Elementary, and Knightdale Elementary. Staff recommends that Knightdale
Elementary be the traditional calendar application school for families from Lake Myra Elementary.

Staff recommends that three base nodes (188.1, 203.3, and 203.4) be moved from Wendell to Carver to
to open up magnet seats for magnet students at Wendell. This will affect approximately 187 students.

Staff recommends that one base node (198.2) be moved from Carver to Forestville in order to improve
feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with their
elementary school peers.This will affect approximately 55 students.

Staff recommends that five base nodes (198.1, 198.3, 198.4, 198.5, and 199.0) be moved from Carver to
Lockhart to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle
school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 148 students.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 198.2,198.1,198.3,198.4,198.5,199.0,185.0,185.1
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     203.4
Into the school in 2010:     203.3
Into the school in 2011:     188.1

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:



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Cary Elementary                                                           School Number: 364

2008-09 Capacity:            531           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     531
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 510                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       483
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          483

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Cedar Fork Elementary                                                        School Number: 369

2008-09 Capacity:            701           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     701
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 820                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1495
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             878

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that this base node (374.1) be moved from Cedar Fork to Carpenter Village to
improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with
their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 56 students.

Staff recommends that these base nodes (375.0, 376.0, 377.1, 377.2, 377.3, 377.4, 628.1, and 628.2)
be moved from Cedar Fork to Alston Ridge to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can
move from elementary to middle school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately
561 students.

Staff recommends that Cedar Fork Elementary remain a capped school for 2009-10 and that the cap be
lifted when Alston Ridge Elementary opens in 2010-11.

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 374.1
Out of the school in 2010: 375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,628.1,628.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Combs Elementary                                                          School Number: 376

2008-09 Capacity:            751           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     751
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 820                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       861
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          861

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff is recommending that the Combs base area be assigned for middle school to Centennial Middle to
provide program continuity for the Leadership magnet program.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Conn Elementary                                                           School Number: 380

2008-09 Capacity:            564           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     564
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 598                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       635
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          572

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that base node 78.2 be moved from Conn to Lacy to relieve crowding issues at Conn
and open up more seats for magnet applications. This move will help make Lacy more demographically
comparable to neighboring schools. This will affect approximately 63 students.

Staff recommends that node 85.2 be reassigned to Conn from Leesville Elementary. This node is
adjacent to the existing Conn assignment area. This will affect approximately 17 students.

Staff recommends that node 94.0 be reassigned to Underwood from Conn because it is in close physical
proximity to Underwood. This will affect approximately 17 students.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 078.2,094.0
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:     085.2
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:   085.2
Into the school in 2010:
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Creech Road                                                               School Number: 384

2008-09 Capacity:            600           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     600
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 585                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       632
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          540

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that these base nodes (498.1, 647.0, and 688.0) be moved from Creech Road to East
Garner to make better use of the facilities at East Garner, and to improve feeder elementary continuity
so that students can move from elementary to middle school with their elementary school peers. This will
affect approximately 92 students.

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be moved into Creech Road
Elementary so that Creech becomes the traditional calendar application school for nodes based at East
Garner Elementary and Barwell Road Elementary beginning in the 2009-2010 school year.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 498.1,647.0,688.0


Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:   506.1,506.2,506.3,506.4,506.6,506.7,506.8,507.0,508.0,644.0,645.0,691.0,726
                           .0,740.0,239.2,239.3,498.2,498.3,505.0,509.0,510.0,682.0,742.0
Into the school in 2010:
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Davis Drive Elementary                                                    School Number: 390

2008-09 Capacity:            897           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     897
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 975                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       995
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1036

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that the base node 6.0 be moved from North Woods to Davis Drive Elementary to
improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with
their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 41 students.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     006.0
Into the school in 2010:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Dillard Dr. Elementary                                                    School Number: 393

2008-09 Capacity:            715           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     715
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 649                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       620
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          450

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that two base nodes ( 412.8, and 412.9) be moved from Dillard Drive to Alston Ridge
Elementary to provide some socio-economic diversity to the proposed Alston Ridge student population.
The middle school assignment for these nodes is recommended to change to Mills Park Middle for the
same reason and to provide feeder pattern continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 170 students.

Staff has investigated the decline in base membership for Dillard Elementary that is generated by the
growth model used to project future enrollment and determined that the model incorrectly projects as a
trend some changes from 2007 to 2008 that were unique situations. Reassignment changes from
Combs Elementary to Dillard Elementary occurred in 2008 and the Board of Education allowed
approximately 30 transfers to rising 4th and 5th grade students to stay at Combs. In the projection
software this appears as a decline in the base population in the affected nodes between 2007 and 2008
and the model projects that trend to continue into the future. The ITRE housing model projects a
significant increase in enrollment at Dillard Elementary but that growth will be impacted by current
economic conditions. After a review of individual node trends and housing data, staff has concluded
that Dillard Elementary's membership is likely to be around 550 students after the reassignment of two
nodes to the new Alston Ridge Elementary building.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 412.8,412.9
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Douglas Elementary                                                        School Number: 396

2008-09 Capacity:            624           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     624
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 578                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       571
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          571

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Durant Road Elementary                                                      School Number: 398

2008-09 Capacity:            1013          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1013
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round    2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 963                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1171
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1191

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that these base nodes (244.2 and 526.0) be moved from Brentwood to Durant Road
Elementary to open up magnet seats for magnet students at Brentwood for the 2009-2010 school year.
In addition, this will improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers.This will affect approximately 92 students.

Staff recommends that this base node (242.1) be moved from Durant Road to Wilburn to relieve
crowding issues at Durant Road and to make better use of the facilities at Wilburn. This will affect
approximately 22 students.

Staff recommends that this year round application node (526.0) be moved from Wilburn to Durant Road
because its base node was reassigned from Brentwood to Durant Road.

Staff recommends that several year round application nodes be moved from Durant Road to Green to
improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with
their elementary school peers, and to better utilize Green's facility.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Rolesville Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 242.1


Into the school in 2009:     244.2,526.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 152.0,153.0,272.3,273.1,273.2,273.3,290.1,290.2,290.3,290.4,290.5,296.1
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:     526.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Out of the school in 2009:
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E21 Site Elementary                                                         School Number: E21

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1078
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1083

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Elementary school site E-21 will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2011-2012. Staff
recommends that students assigned to E-21 will come from Aversboro Elementary (238.2, 743.0),
Barwell Road Elementary (506.5, 619.0, 620.0, 652.0, 671.0), East Garner Elementary (497.4, 497.5,
497.6, 497.7, 497.8, 665.0, 686.0, 690.0, 725.0, 744.0), Hodge Road Elementary 238.1, 239.1, 523.0,
729.0), and from Timber Drvie Elementary (239.4, 239.5).

Staff recommends that year-round calendar application students from 2 nodes from Timber Drive be
moved to E21 to join their base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school for E21 will be Forestville Elementary beginning
in the 2011-2012 school yaer.

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     238.2,743.0,506.5,619.0,620.0,652.0,671.0,497.4,497.5,497.6,497.7,497.8,665
                             .0,686.0,690.0,725.0,744.0,238.1,239.1,523.0,729.0,239.4,239.5

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     238.2,743.0

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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East Garner Elementary                                                      School Number: 403

2008-09 Capacity:            904            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      904
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 635                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        711
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           581

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 320 students be reassigned out of East Garner Elementary in
2011 to help populate elementary site E-21 (scheduled to open 2011-12). This will involve the
reassignment of 10 nodes out of East Garner (497.4, 497.5, 497.6, 497.7, 497.8, 665.0, 686.0, 690.0,
725.0, 744.0).

Staff recommends that approximately 20 students living in 1 node currently assigned to Barwell Road
Elementary (506.4) be reassigned from Barwell to East Garner Elementary. Staff recommends that
approximately 92 students living in 3 nodes currently assigned to Creech Road Elementary (498.1,
647.0, 688.0) be reassigned from Creech Road to East Garner Elementary. These recommendations
are made to coordinate with the opening of elementary site E-21.

In order to better utilize capacity at East Garner Elementary staff recommends all Creech base nodes
apply to East Garner Elementary for the year round calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will change to Creech Elementary in the 2009-
2010 school year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 497.4,497.5,497.6,497.7,497.8,665.0,686.0,690.0,725.0,744.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     506.4,498.1,647.0,688.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     511.0,498.1,499.1,499.2,499.6,499.7,503.0,504.0,512.1,512.2,513.0,647.0,688
                             .0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Farmington Woods Elementary                                               School Number: 414

2008-09 Capacity:            776           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     776
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 854                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       974
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          974

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Forest Pines Elementary                                                   School Number: 417

2008-09 Capacity:            655           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     655
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 711                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1129
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1067

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 62 students living in node 757.0 currently assigned to Forest
Pines Drive Elementary be reassigned to Wakefield Elementary to relieve overcrowding at Forest Pines
Drive, and so that the students move from elementary school to middle school with their elementary
school peers.

Forest Pines Drive Elementary is projected to remain capped for the 2009-2010 school year.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 757.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Forestville Road Elementary                                                  School Number: 413

2008-09 Capacity:            609           2011-12 Planned Capacity:        609
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:         Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 604                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           608
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              573

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The new Lake Myra facility is better suited for the multi-track year round calendar than the current
Knightdale Elementary facility. Staff recommends that the majority of the current Knightdale Elementary
base population be reassigned to Lake Myra Elementary which will operate on the year-round calendar
and that Knightdale Elementary site operate on a traditional calendar in order to offer more traditional
calendar elementary seats in the Knightdale area. In addition, in an effort to make the elementary
schools in the Knightdale/Wendell area more comparable, several nodes are being recommended for
reassignment.

Staff recommends that approximately 106 students living in 4 nodes (161.0, 176.1, 177.1, 231.0)
currently assigned to Forestville Road Elementary be reassigned to Lockhart Elementary in order to
generate room for growth at Forestville and to keep Lockhart Elementary at an efficient level of utilization

Staff is recommending that approximately 55 students in node 198.2 currently assigned to Carver
Elementary be reassigned to Forestville Road Elementary.

For traditional calendar application seats, staff is recommending that all Hodge base nodes apply to
Knightdale Elementary School. Staff is recommending that 2 nodes currently applying to Wakelon
Elementary, but which are part of the proposed Forestville Road base (195.2, 224.2), be reassigned to
Forestville Road Elementary. Staff also recommends that families assigned to the new E21 elementary
be allowed to apply to Forestville Road Elementary as their traditional calendar option.

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be moved to Knightdale
Elementary to relieve overcrowding at Forestville and better utilitze the Knightdale Elementary facility.
Staff also recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be moved to Creech Road
Elementary so that Creech becomes the traditional calendar application school for nodes based at
Barwell Road Elementary beginning in the 2009-2010 school year.

Some of the staff recommendations for this school were made to allow the elementary schools in
Eastern Wake County to be similar to each other in their low-income populations.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 161.0,176.1,177.1,231.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     198.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:



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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 506.1,506.2,506.3,506.4,506.6,506.7,506.8,507.0,508.0,644.0,645.0,691.0,726
                           .0,740.0,163.1,163.2,163.3,163.4,164.1,164.2,165.0,166.0,167.2,173.0,237.2,2
                           37.4,237.5,637.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     239.4,239.5,497.4,497.5,497.6,497.7,497.8,665.0,686.0,690.0,725.0,744.0




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Fox Road Elementary                                                       School Number: 415

2008-09 Capacity:            922           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     922
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 876                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       938
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          719

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 220 students currently assigned to Fox Road be reassigned to
reduce the need for mobile units, to help relieve projected overcrowding, and to improve feeder
elementary continuity.

Staff recommends that approximately 91 students living in 2 nodes currently assigned to Fox Road
Elementary (233.4, 233.5) be reassigned to River Bend to better utilize River Bend's new permanent
facility.

Staff recommends that approximately 9 students living in node 233.1 currently assigned to Fox Road
Elementary be reassigned to North Forest Pines Elementary so that they move from elementary school
to middle school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that approximately 117 students living in 3 nodes currently assigned to Fox Road
Elementary (588.1, 588.2, 588.3) be reassigned to Wakefield Elementary so that they move from
elementary school to middle school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that students living in node 610.0 currrently assigned to Fox Road Elementary be
reassigned to Wilburn Elementary so that they move from elementary school to middle school with their
elementary school peers.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 233.4,233.5,233.1,588.1,588.2,588.3,610.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     242.1




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Fuller Elementary                                                         School Number: 416

2008-09 Capacity:            526           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     526
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 548                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       485
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          485

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Fuquay-Varina Elementary                                                   School Number: 420

2008-09 Capacity:            950           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      950
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 946                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1095
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           864

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 216 students living in 5 base nodes currently assigned to Fuquay-
Varina Elementary (451.1, 459.3, 465.4, 465.5, 659.0) be reassigned to Herbert Akins Road Elementary
to relieve overcrowding at Fuquay-Varina Elementary and to help populate the new Herbert Akins Road
Elementary site.

Staff recommends that Lincoln Heights serve as the traditional application school for students assigned
to Herbert Akins Elementary, Banks Road, and Ballentine Elementary. Staff recommends that several
traditional application nodes from Fuquay-Varina Elementary be moved to Lincoln Heights Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 451.1,459.3,465.4,465.5,659.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 467.0,468.0,476.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 487.0,518.0


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Green Elementary                                                            School Number: 440

2008-09 Capacity:            667            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      667
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 476                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         487
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            670

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 128 students living in node 271.3 currently assigned to Millbroook
Elementary be reassigned to Green Elementary to better better utilize Green's facilities and to help
relieve overcrowding at Millbrook Elementary.

In order to better utilize capacity at Green Elementary, staff recommends that a majority of North Ridge
base nodes apply to Green Elementary for the year-round calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Lynn Road Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     271.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     152.0,153.0,272.3,273.1,273.2,273.3,290.1,290.2,290.3,290.4,290.5,296.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2010:
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Green Hope Elementary                                                        School Number: 439

2008-09 Capacity:            1088         2011-12 Planned Capacity:         918
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:          Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 807                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:            952
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:               671

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The Board of Education has voted to change Green Hope Elementary from a four-track year-round
instructional calendar to a traditional calendar when Alston Ridge Elementary opens in 2010-11. All
moves recommended by staff will take place in 2010 to coordinate with the opening of the new Alston
Ridge site.

Staff recommends that approximately 279 students living in 4 nodes currently assigned to Green Hope
Elementary (378.1, 378.3, 378.4, 700.1) be reassigned to Alston Ridge Elementary to help populate the
new Alston Ridge site, and to allow students to move from elementary school to middle school with their
elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that approximately 109 students living in node 703.0 currently assigned to Green
Hope Elementary be reassigned to Mills Park Elementary to better utilize Mills Park's facility, and to allow
students to move from elementary school to middle school with their elementary school peers.

Finallly, staff recommends that Green Hope Elementary serve as the traditional calendar application
option for students assigned to Carpenter Elementary beginning in the 2010-11 school year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 703.0,378.1,378.3,378.4,700.1
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:


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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     044.2,367.8,369.3,379.0,380.6,380.7,597.0,654.0,748.0,751.0,061.0,141.1,142
                             .0,369.2,378.1,378.3,378.4,380.5,380.9,391.2,554.0,557.0,558.0,559.0,578.0,6
                             92.0,700.1
Into the school in 2011:




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Harris Creek Elementary                                                    School Number: 451

2008-09 Capacity:            1039         2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1177
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 854                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1079
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1019

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 60 students living in node 233.2 currently assigned to Harris Creek
Elementary be reassigned to River Bend Elementary to better utilize the River Bend facility.


Staff recommends that the traditonal application school will remain Rolesville Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 233.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Herbert Akins Road Elementary                                               School Number: E27

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1124
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              812

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Herbert Akins Road Elementary will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2009-2010.
Staff recommends that students assigned to Herbert Akins will come from Fuquay-Varina Elementary
(451.1, 459.3, 465.4, 465.5, 659.0), Holly Ridge Elementary (435.2, 435.4, 452.0, 595.0), Holly Grove
Elementary (456.0, 458.2, 465.2, 547.0), and Lincoln Heights Elementary (453.3).

Staff recommends that some year-round calendar application students from Holly Grove, West Lake,
and Willow Springs Elementary be reassigned to Herbert Akins to join their base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will be Lincoln Heights Elementary.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     451.1,459.3,465.4,465.5,659.0,435.2,435.4,452.0,595.0,456.0,458.2,465.2,547
                             .0,453.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     435.2,452.0,453.3,435.4,451.1,459.3,595.0,659.0,465.4,465.5
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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Heritage Elementary                                                       School Number: 454

2008-09 Capacity:            949          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      949
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 819                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1102
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1043

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 45 students living in node 283.3 currently assigned to Heritage
Elementary be reassigned to Wake Forest Elementary to relieve overcrowding at Heritage Elementary.

 Staff recommends that several year round application nodes be moved out of Heritage Elementary to
correspond with their proposed base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Wake Forest Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 283.3
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 233.4,233.5,233.1
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Highcroft Elementary                                                     School Number: 443

2008-09 Capacity:            1067         2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1067
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 692                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        752
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           752

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Weatherstone Elementary




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Hilburn Drive Elementary                                                  School Number: 442

2008-09 Capacity:            690           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     690
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 550                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       713
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          731

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff is recommending that all of the base at Leesville Elementary apply to Hilburn for the traditional
calendar. This means that several traditional calendar application nodes move into Hilburn Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:   021.0,066.2,075.2,076.0,079.0,155.0,316.5,318.1,318.2,318.3,319.1,319.2,319
                           .3,320.1,320.2,320.3,340.1,530.0,533.0,534.0,546.0,570.0,571.0,600.0,655.0,6
                           74.0,745.0,746.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Hodge Road Elementary                                                     School Number: 446

2008-09 Capacity:            719           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     719
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round    2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 696                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       957
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          888

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 77 students living in 4 nodes currently assigned to Hodge Road
Elementary (238.1, 239.1, 523.0, 729.0) be reassigned to elementary site E-21 (scheduled to open in
2011-2012) to help populate E-21.

Staff recommends that students living in node 163.1 currently assigned to Hodge Road Elementary be
reassigned to Lockhart Elementary to coordinate with the opening of Lake Myra Elementary and to
relieve projected overcrowding at Hodge Road.

Staff recommends that students living in nodes 165.0 and 167.2 currently assigned to Barwell Road
Elementary be reassigned to Hodge Road Elementary to allow students to move from elementary school
to middle school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will change to Knightdale Elementary beginning
in the 2009-2010 school year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 163.1
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 238.1,239.1,523.0,729.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     165.0,167.2

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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Into the school in 2009:
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Holly Grove Elementary                                                    School Number: 457

2008-09 Capacity:            995          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1087
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 986                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1375
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1019

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 327 students living in 34nodes (456.0,458.2, 465.2, 547.0)
currently assigned to Holly Grove Elementary be reassigned to Herbert Akins Road Elementary to help
populate the new Herbert Akins site and relieve overcrowding at Holly Grove Elementary.

 Staff recommends that base nodes being reassigned to Herbert Akins Road Elementary no longer apply
to Holly Grove Elementary for the year-round calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will change to Holly Ridge Elementary beginning
in the 2009-2010 school year.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 456.0,458.2,465.2,547.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 435.2,452.0,453.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:




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Holly Ridge Elementary                                                    School Number: 449

2008-09 Capacity:            761           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     761
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 777                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       805
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          686

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 134 students living in 4 nodes (435.2, 435.4, 452.0, 595.0)
currently assigned to Holly Ridge Elementary be reassigned to Herbert Akins Road Elementary to help
populate the new Herbert Akins site.

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar nodes be moved from Penny Road Elementary and
Swift Creek to Holly Ridge Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 435.2,435.4,452.0,595.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:   413.0,414.0,415.0,428.0,429.0,430.0,431.0,432.0,433.0,434.1,434.2,434.3,434
                           .4,454.0,455.0,750.0,425.1,437.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Holly Springs Elementary                                                    School Number: 447

2008-09 Capacity:            1139           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1139
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 868                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        957
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1164

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that 2 nodes (425.1, 437.1) be moved from Middle Creek Elementary to Holly Springs
Elementary to better utilize the facility at Holly Springs, and to relieve projected overcrowing at Middle
Creek. This affects approximately 103 students.

Staff recommends that Holly Springs Elementary become an application year-round school, and that all
of the Holly Ridge Elementary base apply to Holly Springs Elementary for the year-round calendar. This
will move several year-round application nodes from West Lake Elementary and one node from Turner
Creek to Holly Springs Elementary.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Holly Ridge Elementary.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     425.1,437.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     436.1,436.2,436.4,436.6,436.7,553.0
Into the school in 2010:     562.0
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Hunter Elementary                                                          School Number: 448

2008-09 Capacity:            643           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      643
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 817                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        879
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           930

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that students living in node 64.1 currently assigned to Lacy Elementary be reassigned
to Hunter Elementary to allow students to move from elementary school to middle school with their
elementary school peers. While the profile sheet projects this to impact 41 students, staff believes this
projection to be a false artifact of new housing. There are currently only 12 elementary students in this
node and several are attending magnet schools.

Staff recommends that approximately 10 students living in node 74.3 currently assigned to Jeffreys'
Grove Elementary be reassigned to Hunter Elementary because of their proximity to Hunter.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     074.3,064.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Jeffreys Grove Elementary                                                 School Number: 452

2008-09 Capacity:            557           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     557
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 530                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       506
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          489

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that students living in node 74.3 currently assigned to Jeffreys' Grove Elementary be
reassigned to Hunter Elementary because of proximity to Hunter.

Staff recommends that students living in 2 nodes, (322.1, 338.1), be reassigned to Baileywick from
Jeffreys' Grove Elementary because of their proximity to Baileywick.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 322.1,338.1,074.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Jones Dairy Elementary                                                      School Number: 453

2008-09 Capacity:            811          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       811
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:         Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 787                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:             926
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:                883

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that students living in node 679.0 currently assigned to Jones Dairy Elementary be
reassigned to Wake Forest Elementary to allow students to move from elementary school to middle
school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be assigned from Jones Dairy Elementary
to Lockhart Elementary so that all of Forestville Road Elementary base applies to Lockhart Elementary
for the year round calendar option..

Straff recommends that the traditional application school will remain Rolesville Elementary.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 679.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 161.0,176.0,176.1,177.0,177.1,178.0,179.0,180.0,196.0,197.0,229.2,230.1,230
                           .2,231.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
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Joyner Elementary                                                         School Number: 456

2008-09 Capacity:            606           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     606
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 586                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       594
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          594

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that node 756.0 currently assigned to Brentwood Elementary be reassigned to Joyner
Elementary to allow students to move from elementary school to middle school with their elementary
school peers. There are no elementary students currently living in node 756.0.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     756.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Kingswood Elementary                                                      School Number: 460

2008-09 Capacity:            370           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     370
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 352                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       362
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          342

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that students living in node 7.0 currently assigned to Northwoods Elementary be
reassigned to Kingswood Elementary to allow students to move from elementary school to middle school
with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that approximately 25 students living in nodes 579.0 and 580.0 currently assigned to
Kingswoood Elementary be reassigned to Alston Ridge Elementary to help populate the new Alston
Ridge site.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 579.0,580.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     007.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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Knightdale Elementary                                                        School Number: 464

2008-09 Capacity:            853           2011-12 Planned Capacity:        683
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round    2011-12 Calendar:         Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 662                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           863
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              536

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The new Lake Myra facility is better suited for the multi-track year round calendar than the current
Knightdale Elementary facility. Therefore, staff recommends that the majority of the current Knightdale
Elementary base population be reassigned to Lake Myra Elementary. Staff also recommends that the
Knightdale Elementary site operate on a traditional calendar in order to offer more traditional calendar
elementary seats in the Knightdale area. In addition, in an effort to make the elementary schools in the
Knightdale/Wendell area more comparable, several nodes are being recommended for reassignment.

Staff recommends that approximately 563 students living in 12 nodes (167.1, 168.0, 169.0, 170.0, 170.1,
171.1, 171.2, 171.3, 171.4, 171.5, 172.1, 633.0) currently assigned to Knightdale Elementary be
reassigned to Lake Myra Elementary to help populate the new Lake Myra site and better utilize the
facility as a multi-track year round campus.

Staff recommends that approximately 156 students living in 2 nodes (174.3, 174.4) currently assigned to
Lockhart Elementary be reassigned to Knightdale Elementary.

To better utilize the facilities at Knightdale Elementary School, staff recommends that several traditional
calendar application nodes be reassigned to Knightdale from Forestville Road Elementary and from
Wakelon Elementary. Staff recommends that Knightdale Elementary be the traditional calendar
application school for Hodge Road Elementary, Lockhart Elementary, and Lake Myra Elementary.

Because staff recommends that Knightdale Elementary no longer operate on a year-round calendar,
staff also recommends that the following nodes (185.0, 185.1,186.0, 187.0,188.1, 188.3,189.0, 190.0,
191.0, 192.0, 193.0, 194.0, 195.1 ,203.1, 203.2, 203.3, 203.4, 224.1, 522.0) currently applying to
Knightdale Elementary for the year-round calendar now apply to Lake Myra.

Because staff recommends that Knightdale Elementary no longer operate on a year-round calendar,
staff also recommends that the following nodes (188.2, 198.1, 198.2, 198.3, 198.4, 204.0, 205.0, 207.0,
212.0, 213.0, 214.0, 215.0, 217.0, 218.0, 219.0, 220.0, 221.0, 222.0, 223.0, 225.0, 226.1, 227.0)
currently applying to Knightdale Elementary for the year-round calendar now apply to Lockhart.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 167.1,168.0,169.0,170.0,170.1,171.1,171.2,171.3,171.4,171.5,172.1,633.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     174.3,174.4
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:



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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 188.2,198.1,198.2,198.3,198.4,204.0,205.0,207.0,212.0,213.0,214.0,215.0,217
                           .0,218.0,219.0,220.0,221.0,222.0,223.0,225.0,226.1,227.0,185.0,185.1,186.0,1
                           87.0,188.1,188.3,189.0,190.0,191.0,192.0,193.0,194.0,195.1,203.1,203.2,203.
                           3,203.4,224.1,522.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     163.1,163.2,163.3,163.4,164.1,164.2,165.0,166.0,167.2,173.0,237.2,237.4,237
                             .5,637.0,162.0,167.1,168.0,169.0,170.0,170.1,171.1,171.2,171.3,171.4,171.5,1
                             72.1,172.2,172.3,174.1,174.2,174.3,174.4,174.5,174.6,174.7,175.0,181.0,182.
                             0,183.0,184.0,195.2,224.2,608.0,618.0,633.0,711.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lacy Elementary                                                             School Number: 468

2008-09 Capacity:            646           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       646
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 808                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         1031
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            879

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 63 students projected to live in node 78.2 currently assigned to
Conn Elementary be reassigned to Lacy Elementary to open up additional magnet application seats at
Conn Elementary and bring Lacy's student demographics closer to the county average for low-income
students.

Staff recommends that students living in node 64.1, which is currently assigned to Lacy Elementary, be
reassigned to Hunter Elementary School to allow students to move from elementary school to middle
school with their elementary school peers. While the profile sheet project this to impact 41 students,
staff believes that this is a false inflation based upon new housing. There are currently less than ten
students attending Lacy from this node.

Staff recommends that students living in node 106.0, 107.0, and 120.0 which is currently assigned to
Lacy Elementary, be reassigned to Root Elementary School to allow students to move from elementary
school to middle school with their elementary school peers. While the profile sheet project this to impact
67 students.

Staff recommends that students living in node 114.0, 117.0, and 158.0 which is currently assigned to
Lacy Elementary, be reassigned to Stough Elementary School to allow students to move from
elementary school to middle school with their elementary school peers. While the profile sheet project
this to impact 107 students.

Some of the staff recommendations for this school were made to allow the elementary schools in
Eastern Wake County to be similar to each other in their low-income populations.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 064.1,114.0,117.0,158.0
Out of the school in 2010: 106.0,107.0,120.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     078.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lake Myra Elementary                                                        School Number: E34

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1124
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           567

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The new Lake Myra facility is better suited for the multi-track year- round calendar than the current
Knightdale Elementary facility. Therefore, staff recommends that the majority of the current Knightdale
Elementary base population be reassigned to Lake Myra Elementary. Staff also recommends that the
Knightdale Elementary site operate on a traditional calendar in order to offer more traditional calendar
elementary seats in the Knightdale area. In addition, in an effort to make the elementary schools in the
Knightdale/Wendell area more comparable, several nodes are being recommended for reassignment.

Lake Myra Elementary will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2009-2010. Staff
recommends that students assigned to Lake Myra will come from Carver Elementary (185.0, 185.1), and
Knightdale Elementary (167.1, 168.0, 169.0, 170.0, 170.1, 171.1, 171.2, 171.3, 171.4, 171.5, 172.1,
633.0).

Staff recommends that some year-round calendar application students from Knightdale Elementary be
reassigned to Lake Myra to join their base assignment.


Some of the staff recommendations for this school were made to allow the elementary schools in
Eastern Wake County to be more similar to each other in their populations of students from low-income
families.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school beginning in the 2009-2010 school
year will be Knightdale Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     185.0,185.1,167.1,168.0,169.0,170.0,170.1,171.1,171.2,171.3,171.4,171.5,172
                             .1,633.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:     185.0,185.1,186.0,187.0,188.1,188.3,189.0,190.0,191.0,192.0,193.0,194.0,195
                             .1,203.1,203.2,203.3,203.4,224.1,522.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Laurel Park                                                                  School Number: 467

2008-09 Capacity:            770            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1124
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 604                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         663
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            708

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
To better utilize the facility at Laurel Park Elementary and to relieve overcrowding at Turner Creek
Elementary, staff recommends that nodes currently applying to Turner Creek Elementary for the year-
round calendar be reassigned to apply to Laurel Park Elementary. This includes 10 nodes: 400.0, 401.0,
407.0, 408.0, 409.0, 410.0, 411.0, 416.0, 723.0, and 741.0.

Staff also recommends that nodes assigned as base nodes to Baucom Elementary, which is converting
to a traditional calendar, be designated as year-round calendar application nodes for Laurel Park.

Staff recommends that the tradition application school will remain Briarcliff Elementary.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     400.0,401.0,407.0,408.0,409.0,410.0,411.0,416.0,723.0,741.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lead Mine Elementary                                                      School Number: 470

2008-09 Capacity:            563           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     563
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 480                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       381
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          381

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 296.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Leesville Road Elementary                                                 School Number: 469

2008-09 Capacity:            1115         2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1115
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 966                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1055
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1024

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 17 students projected to live in node 085.2 currently assigned at
Leesville be assigned to Conn Elementary. This move is being suggested to align feeder patterns and
provide a closer proximity for their base.

Staff recommends that approximately 14 students projected to live in node 066.1 currently assigned at
Leesville be assigned to Root Elementary. This move is being suggested to align feeder patterns and
provide a closer proximity for their base.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school change to Hilburn Elementary in 2009-
2010.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 085.2
Out of the school in 2010: 066.1
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lincoln Heights Elementary                                                 School Number: 476

2008-09 Capacity:            738           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      738
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 676                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         747
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            705

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 79 students living in node 453.3 currently assigned to Lincoln
Heights Elementary be reassigned to Herbert Akins Road Elementary to help populate the new Herbert
Akins site.

Staff is also recommending that Lincoln Heights Elementary serve as the Traditional Calendar
Application option for students assigned to the new Banks Road and Herbert Akins and Ballentine
Elementary year-round schools. All of Banks Elementary, Herbert Akins and Ballentine will apply to
Lincoln Heights.

This will affect several traditional calendar nodes that currently apply to Fuquay-Varina, Penny Road,
Smith, and Swift Creek.

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 453.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:   467.0,468.0,476.0,456.0,458.2,465.2,547.0,448.4,461.4,469.0,474.0,448.1,448
                           .2,448.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lockhart Elementary                                                        School Number: 480

2008-09 Capacity:            1005         2011-12 Planned Capacity:       959
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 702                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          612
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             748

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The new Lake Myra facility is better suited for the multi-track year round calendar than the current
Knightdale Elementary facility. Therefore, staff recommends that the majority of the current Knightdale
Elementary base population be reassigned to Lake Myra Elementary. Staff also recommends that the
Knightdale Elementary site operate on a traditional calendar in order to offer more traditional calendar
elementary seats in the Knightdale area. In addition, in an effort to make the elementary schools in the
Knightdale/Wendell area more comparable, several nodes are being recommended for reassignment.

Staff recommends that approximately 148 students living in 5 nodes (198.1, 198.3, 198.4, 198.5, 199.0)
currently assigned to Carver Elementary be reassigned to Lockhart Elementary.

Staff recommends that approximately 106 students living in 4 nodes (161.0, 176.1, 177.1, 231.0)
currently assigned to Forestville Road Elementary be reassigned to Lockhart Elementary.

Staff recommends that students living in node 163.1 currently assigned to Hodge Road Elementary be
reassigned to Lockhart Elementary.

Staff recommends that approximately 156 students living in 4 nodes (174.3, and 174.4) currently
assigned to Lockhart Elementary be reassigned to Knightdale Elementary.

Because staff recommends that Knightdale Elementary operate on a traditional calendar, all nodes
applying to Knightdale Elementary for the year-round calendar must be reassigned. This includes 22
nodes currently applying to Knightdale Elementary. Staff recommends these nodes be reassigned to
apply to Lockhart for the year-round calendar.

Some of the staff recommendations for this school were made to allow the elementary schools in
Eastern Wake County to be similar to each other in their low-income populations.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be reassigned from Jones Dairy
Elementary to Lockhart Elementary so that all of Forestville Elementary's base applies to Lockhart for the
year-round calendar.


Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school for Lockhart be changed to Knightdale
Elementary beginning in the 2009-2010 school year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 174.3,174.4
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:



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Into the school in 2009:     198.1,198.3,198.4,198.5,199.0,161.0,176.1,177.1,231.0,163.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     161.0,176.0,176.1,177.0,177.1,178.0,179.0,180.0,196.0,197.0,229.2,230.1,230
                             .2,231.0,188.2,198.1,198.2,198.3,198.4,204.0,205.0,207.0,212.0,213.0,214.0,2
                             15.0,217.0,218.0,219.0,220.0,221.0,222.0,223.0,225.0,226.1,227.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lynn Road Elementary                                                      School Number: 488

2008-09 Capacity:            614           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     614
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 646                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       670
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          670

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:   296.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Middle Creek Elementary                                                   School Number: 494

2008-09 Capacity:            1126          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1126
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round    2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1030                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1371
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1205

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that these base nodes (497.2 and 497.3) be moved from Smith Elementary to Middle
Creek Elementary to open up magnet seats for magnet students at Smith for the 2009-2010 school
year. This will affect approximately 64 students.

Staff recommends that three base nodes (448.1, 448.2 and 448.3) be moved from Middle Creek to
Banks Road to relieve crowding issues at Middle Creek and to populate Banks Road. In addition, this
move will improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle
school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 136 students.

Staff recommends that two base nodes (425.1 and 437.1) be moved from Middle Creek to Holly Springs
Elementary to relieve crowding issues at Middle Creek. This will affect approximately 103 students. This
move will improve neighborhood continuity.

Staff recommends that two year-round application nodes (497.3 and 497.2) be moved from Timber Drive
to Middle Creek because their base node is recommended to move to Middle Creek.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 425.1,437.1,448.1,448.2,448.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     497.2,497.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     497.2,497.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:



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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Millbrook Elementary                                                       School Number: 496

2008-09 Capacity:            684           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      684
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 779                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        919
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           791

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that this base node (271.3) be moved from Millbrook Elementary to Green
Elementary to open up magnet seats for magnet students at Millbrook. This move will relieve crowding
issues at Millbrook as well and make better use of the facilities at Green Elementary. This will affect
approximately 128 students.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 271.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Mills Park Elementary                                                    School Number: 501

2008-09 Capacity:            1078         2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1124
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 654                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       936
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1045

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (703.0) be moved from Green Hope Elementary to Mills Park
Elementary. Several nodes will be reassigned out of Green Hope Elementary when Alston Ridge
Elementary opens and Green Hope Elementary becomes a traditional calendar school in 2010-2011.
This move will improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers because the node is recommended for assignment to
Mills Park Middle School. This will affect approximately 109 students.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school will remain Weatherstone Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     703.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Morrisville Elementary                                                    School Number: 504

2008-09 Capacity:            798          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      798
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 744                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        878
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           878

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school will remain Weatherstone.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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North Forest Pines Elementary                                             School Number: 514

2008-09 Capacity:            770          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     770
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 742                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         797
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            804

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (233.1) be moved from Fox Road Elementary to North Forest
Pines Elementary. This move will make better use of the facilities at North Forest Pines Elementary and
contribute to a reduction in student population and removal of mobile classrooms from Fox Road. In
addition, this move will improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary
to middle school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 9 students.

Staff recommends that node 233.1 currently assigned to Fox Rd. be based at North Forest Pines
Elementary therefore no longer needing a year round calendar option.

Staff recommends that year-round node 757.0 from North Forest Pines Elementary now apply to
Wakefield Elementary.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school remain Wake Forest Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     233.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 757.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     233.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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North Ridge Elementary                                                    School Number: 516

2008-09 Capacity:            858           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     858
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 796                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       866
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          866

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Northwoods Elementary                                                     School Number: 520

2008-09 Capacity:            591           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     591
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 570                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       720
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          674

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (006.0) be moved from Northwoods Elementary to Davis Drive
Elementary to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 41 students.

Staff recommends that one other base node (007.0) be moved from Northwoods Elementary to
Kingwood Elementary to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from
elementary to middle school with their elementary school peers.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 006.0,007.0
Out of the school in 2010:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Oak Grove Elementary                                                        School Number: 522

2008-09 Capacity:            798          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       798
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:         Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 914                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1046
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             926

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (144.0) be moved from Oak Grove Elementary to Root
Elementary because of its proximity to Moore Square Museums Middle School. This move will improve
feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with their
elementary school peers and will affect approximately 11 students.

Staff recommends that one base node (145.0) be moved from Oak Grove Elementary to Wiley
Elementary to relieve crowding issues at Oak Grove Elementary and improve socio-economic
comparability in the student population at Wiley Elementary. This will affect approximately 40 students.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved from Oak Grove to Adams to
relieve crowding issues at Oak Grove and to make better use of the facilities at Adams.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be changed to Penny Road beginning
in 2009-2010.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 145.0
Out of the school in 2010: 144.0
Out of the school in 2011:

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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 441.2,441.3,441.4,442.1,442.2,442.3
Out of the school in 2010:
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Olds Elementary                                                           School Number: 524

2008-09 Capacity:            268           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     268
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 342                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       430
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          430

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Olive Chapel Elementary                                                  School Number: 523

2008-09 Capacity:            1106         2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1106
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1022                  2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1092
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1092

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be changed to Baucom Elementary in
2009-2010.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Partnership Elementary                                                   School Number: 525

2008-09 Capacity:            297        2011-12 Planned Capacity:       297
2008-09 Calendar:            Modified   2011-12 Calendar:        Modified

2008-09 Membership: 333                 2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         355
                                        2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            355

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Penny Road Elementary                                                     School Number: 530

2008-09 Capacity:            747           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     747
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 848                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       873
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          809

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several traditional application nodes be moved from Briarcliff to Penny Road
because of proximity to Oak Grove Elementary and other changes that will make traditional calendar
seats available at Penny Road.

Staff recommends that a large number of traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Penny
Road to Baucom since Baucom will become a traditional calendar school in the 2009-2010 school year.

Staff recommends that one traditional calendar node be moved from Penny Road to Briarcliff.

Staff recommends that a large number of traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Penny
Road to Holly Ridge Elementary so that all of Holly Springs Elementary applies to Holly Ridge
Elementary for the traditional calendar.

Staff recommends that the some traditional application nodes be moved from Penny Road Elementary to
Lincoln Heights Elementary so that all of Banks Road applies to Lincoln Heights for the traditional
calendar.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:


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Out of the school in 2009: 049.0,139.0,140.0,383.1,384.8,389.2,389.4,389.6,389.7,390.1,398.2,398.4,398
                           .5,399.1,399.2,399.4,402.0,403.1,403.2,403.3,406.0,537.0,540.0,564.0,566.0,5
                           67.0,568.0,573.0,587.0,590.0,592.0,605.0,634.0,734.0,737.0,413.0,414.0,415.
                           0,428.0,429.0,430.0,431.0,432.0,433.0,434.1,434.2,434.3,434.4,454.0,455.0,7
                           50.0,456.0,458.2,465.2,547.0
Out of the school in 2010: 539.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     067.0,070.1,070.3,417.3,418.3,418.4,418.6,424.4,424.5,424.7,598.0,641.0
Into the school in 2010:
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Pleasant Union Elementary                                                School Number: 531

2008-09 Capacity:            671          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     671
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 636                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       568
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          620

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (296.2) be moved from Brassfield Elementary to Pleasant Union
Elementary to improve socio-economic comparability in the student populations at Brassfield and
Pleasant Union Elementary. This node is adjacent to an existing Pleasant Union assignment area. This
will affect approximately 52 students.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school will remain Lynn Road Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     296.2
Into the school in 2010:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Poe Elementary                                                            School Number: 532

2008-09 Capacity:            289           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     266
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 361                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       396
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          396

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Powell Elementary                                                         School Number: 536

2008-09 Capacity:            399           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     399
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 428                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       441
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          441

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Rand Road Elementary                                                      School Number: 540

2008-09 Capacity:            843          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      843
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 692                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          584
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             521

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 63 students living in 3 nodes (472.1, 472.2, 472.3) currently
assigned to Rand Road Elementary be reassigned to Vance Elementary to better utilize the facility at
Vance which will be impacted by the opening of the new Banks Road Elementary site.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Aversboro Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 472.1,472.2,472.3
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Reedy Creek Elementary                                                    School Number: 542

2008-09 Capacity:            756           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     756
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 781                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       805
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          709

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 52 students living in node 368.2 currently assigned to Reedy
Creek Elementary be reassigned to Alston Ridge Elementary to help populate the new Alston Ridge site.

Staff recommends that many traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Reedy Creek
Elementary to Green Hope Elementary in the 2010-11 school year. This will affect approximately 44
students.

Staff recommends that many traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Reedy Creek
Elementary to Stough Elementary in 2009-2010 school year. This will affect approximately 11 students.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 368.2
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 017.2,017.3,341.2,357.1,357.2,357.3,358.0,359.0,360.0,621.0,642.0,666.0,667
                           .0,702.0,708.0
Out of the school in 2010: 044.2,367.8,369.3,379.0,380.6,380.7,597.0,654.0,748.0,751.0
Out of the school in 2011:

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River Bend Elementary                                                     School Number: 302

2008-09 Capacity:            482            2011-12 Planned Capacity:    1124
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 527                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:      641
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:         806

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 91 students living in nodes 233.4 and 233.5 currently assigned to
Fox Road Elementary be reassigned to River Bend Elementary to allow the reduction of mobile units at
Fox Road and better utilize the new River Bend facility.

Staff recommends that approximately 60 students living in node 233.2 currently assigned to Harris Creek
Elementary be reassigned to River Bend to better utilize the new River Bend facility.

Because staff recommends that students living in base nodes 233.4 and 233.5 be reassigned to River
Bend (a year round school), staff also recommends that these nodes no longer apply to Heritage
Elementary for the year-round calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school remain Rolesville Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     233.4,233.5,233.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     233.4,233.5
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Rolesville Elementary                                                     School Number: 544

2008-09 Capacity:            701           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     701
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 686                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       781
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          781

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends one traditional application node (242.1) be reassigned from Rolesville to Fox Road
Elementary.

Staff recommends one traditional application node (679.0) be reassigned from Rolesville to Wake
Forest Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 679.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 242.1


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Root Elementary                                                            School Number: 548

2008-09 Capacity:            388            2011-12 Planned Capacity:     549
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 416                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       360
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          452

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 67 students living in nodes 106.0, 107.0, and 120.0 currently
assigned to Lacy Elementary be reassigned to Root Elementary to maintain a socioeconomic
comparability within the system and relieve overcrowding at Lacy.

Staff recommends that approximately 14 students living in node 66.1 currently assigned at Leesville
Elementary be assigned to Root Elementary to maintain a socioeconomic comparability within the
system and improve feeder patterns.

Staff recommends that approximately 11 students living in node 144.0 currently assigned at Oak Grove
Elementary be assigned to Root Elementary to maintain a socioeconomic comparability within the
system and improve feeder patterns.

Since the base node (66.1) was reassigned from Leesville Elementary to Root, the traditional application
for this node will be reassigned to Stough.

Since the base node (144.0) was reassigned from Oak Grove to Root, the traditional application for this
node will be reassigned to Briarcliff Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     106.0,107.0,120.0,066.1,144.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     144.0,066.1
Into the school in 2011:




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Salem Elementary                                                         School Number: 550

2008-09 Capacity:            1138         2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1138
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 943                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1005
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1133

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 128 students living in node 539.0 currently assigned at Turner
Creek Elementary be assigned to Salem Elementary to relieve overcrowding at Turner Creek and better
utilize the facilities at Salem Elementary.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school for Salem Elementary remain Briarcliff
Elementary. Therefore, staff has recommended traditional application students from node 539 be
moved from Penny Road Elementary to Briarcliff Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     539.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Sanford Creek Elementary                                                 School Number: 554

2008-09 Capacity:            805          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     805
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 547                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       490
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          490

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school remain Fox Road Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Smith Elementary                                                             School Number: 560

2008-09 Capacity:            670           2011-12 Planned Capacity:        647
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:         Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 496                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           475
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              327

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The Board of Education has decided that Smith Elementary will become a Primary Years International
Baccalaureate Programme magnet school beginning in the 2009-10 school year.

Staff recommends that two base nodes (497.2 and 497.3) be moved from Smith to Middle Creek
Elementary to increase the availability of magnet program seats at Smith and contribute to better socio-
economic diversity at Smith. This will impact approximately 64 students.

Staff recommends that the some traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Smith
Elementary to Forestville Road Elementary because these base nodes will be assigned to E21.

Staff recommends that the some traditional calendar application nodes be assigned from Smith
Elementary to Lincoln Heights Elementary so that all nodes from Banks Road Elementary apply for a
traditional calendar seat at Lincoln Heights Elementary.

To better utilize the facilities at Aversboro Elementary School, staff recommends that several traditional
calendar application nodes be reassigned to Aversboro from Smith Elementary in the 2011-12 school
year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 497.2,497.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Out of the school in 2009: 448.4,461.4,469.0,474.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 056.0,057.1,057.2,137.0,449.1,449.2,462.1,462.2,470.2,470.3,471.0,473.0,488
                           .0,488.1,490.1,497.1,499.3,500.7,517.0,524.1,613.0,668.0,694.0,239.4,239.5


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     487.0,518.0




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Stough Elementary                                                           School Number: 564

2008-09 Capacity:            623            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      623
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 608                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         672
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            761

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that three base nodes (114.0, 117.0 and 158.0) be moved from Lacy to Stough
Elementary to better address concerns about socio-economic diversity at Stough and to assisit in
relieving overcrowding issues at Lacy. This will impact approximately 107 students.

Many of the traditional calendar application moves reflect staff's recommendation that the traditional
calendar application school for Briar Creek be Stough Elementary School. Many of the traditional
calendar moves reflect staff's recommendation that the traditional calendar option for Leesville
Elementary be Hilburn Elementary. The other traditional calendar application moves are a result of
recommended base moves.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     114.0,117.0,158.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 085.2,021.0,066.2,075.2,076.0,079.0,155.0,316.5,318.1,318.2,318.3,319.1,319
                           .2,319.3,320.1,320.2,320.3,340.1,530.0,533.0,534.0,546.0,570.0,571.0,600.0,6
                           55.0,674.0,745.0,746.0
Out of the school in 2010: 066.1

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Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     017.2,017.3,341.2,357.1,357.2,357.3,358.0,359.0,360.0,621.0,642.0,666.0,667
                             .0,702.0,708.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Swift Creek Elementary                                                     School Number: 568

2008-09 Capacity:            513           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      513
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 617                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        587
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           583

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that some traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Swift Creek
Elementary to Lincoln Heights Elementary. This will allow all of Banks Road Elementary to apply to
Lincoln Heights Elementary for the tradtional calendar application school.

The two traditional calendar application nodes moved to Holly Ridge Elementary are reflected of staff's
recommendation to move two base nodes from Middle Creek Elementary to Holly Springs Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 425.1,437.1,448.1,448.2,448.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Sycamore Creek                                                            School Number: 569

2008-09 Capacity:            862          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1124
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 648                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        723
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           723

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Hilburn Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Timber Drive Elementary                                                      School Number: 570

2008-09 Capacity:          828            2011-12 Planned Capacity:         828
2008-09 Calendar:          Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:          Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 906                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:            1016
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:               814

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (470.2) be moved from Timber Drive to Vance to relieve crowding
issues at Timber Drive and to make better use of the facilities at Vance. In addition, this move will
improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with
their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 10 students.

Staff recommends that two base nodes (239.4 and 239.5) be moved from Timber Drive to the new E21
Elementary site to make better use of the facilities at Elementary site E21. This will affect approximately
78 students.

Staff recommends that five year-round application nodes (446.0, 447.1, 447.2, 499.4, and 499.5) move
from Timber Drive to Adams to make better use of the facilities at Adams.

Staff recommends that several application nodes be moved from Timber Drive to East Garner
Elementary to relieve crowding issues at Timber Drive and to make better use of the facilities at East
Garner Elementary. In addition, this move will allow all of the Creech base to apply to East Garner
Elementary for the tradional calendar.

Staff recommends that a few application nodes move from Timber Drive to Middle Creek Elementary
because those nodes are recommended as new base nodes for Middle Creek. Staff recommends that
year round application nodes move from Timber Drive to Elementary site E21 because those nodes are
recommended as new base nodes for E21.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Smith Elementary until the year
2011-2012 when the traditional calendar application school will change to Aversboro Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 470.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 239.4,239.5


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 446.0,447.1,447.2,499.4,499.5,498.1,499.1,499.2,499.6,499.7,503.0,504.0,512
                           .1,512.2,513.0,647.0,688.0,497.2,497.3



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Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 238.2,743.0


Into the school in 2009:     055.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Turner Creek Elementary                                                     School Number: 571

2008-09 Capacity:            938          2011-12 Planned Capacity:        938
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:         Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 953                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1344
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1162

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that node 539.0 be moved from Turner Creek to Salem Elementary to relieve
overcrowding at Turner Creek and make better use of the facilities at Salem Elementary. This will affect
approximatley 128 students.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved from Turner Creek to Laurel
Park to relieve crowding issues at Turner Creek and to make better use of the facilities at Laurel Park.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school for Turner Creek Elementary be changed to
Baucom Elementary beginning in 2009-2010.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 539.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 400.0,401.0,407.0,408.0,409.0,410.0,411.0,416.0,723.0,741.0
Out of the school in 2010: 562.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Underwood Elementary                                                      School Number: 572

2008-09 Capacity:            475           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     475
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 487                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       482
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          499

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that node 94.0 be moved from Conn Elementary to Underwood because of its close
proximity to the school. This will affect approximately 17 students.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     094.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Vance Elementary                                                          School Number: 576

2008-09 Capacity:            636            2011-12 Planned Capacity:    636
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 562                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:      700
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:         684

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that two base nodes (469.0 and 474.0) be moved from Vance to the new Banks Road
Elementary to help populate the new Banks Road. This will impact approximately 166 students.

Several nodes are being recommended to move into Vance to replace students being recommended for
movement out of Vance to populate the new Banks Road Elementary. This impacts the following:
approximately 63 students in
nodes (472.1, 472.2, and 472.3) to be moved from Rand Road to Vance, 10 students in node 470.2 to
be moved from Timber Drive to Vance, and 77 students to be moved from Willow Springs Elementary to
Vance (two base nodes -487.0, and 518.0.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Smith Elementary until 2011-
2012 when it will change to Aversboro Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 469.0,474.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     472.1,472.2,472.3,470.2,487.0,518.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Vandora Springs Elementary                                                 School Number: 580

2008-09 Capacity:            580           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      580
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 495                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         491
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            467

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be moved from Vandora Springs
Elementary to Forestville Road Elementary so that all of E21 applies to Forestville for the traditional
calendar.

Staff also recommends that the traditional calendar application school for node 506.4 be moved to
Vandora Springs so that all of East Garner Elementary applies to Vandora Springs for the traditional
calendar.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 239.2,239.3,498.2,498.3,505.0,509.0,510.0,682.0,742.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 497.4,497.5,497.6,497.7,497.8,665.0,686.0,690.0,725.0,744.0


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wake Forest Elementary                                                    School Number: 584

2008-09 Capacity:            650           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     650
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 783                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       768
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          822

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that this base nodes (679.0) be moved from Jones Dairy to Wake Forest Elementary
to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school
with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that this base node (283.3) be moved from Heritage Elementary to Wake Forest
Elementary to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers. This will affect approximately 45 students.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     679.0
Into the school in 2010:     283.3
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:   679.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wakefield Elementary                                                      School Number: 593

2008-09 Capacity:            1115           2011-12 Planned Capacity:    1115
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 870                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         920
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            1109

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that three base nodes (588.1, 588.2, and 588.3) be moved from Fox Road to
Wakefield Elementary to reduce the student population at Fox Road and to make better use of the year-
round capacity at Wakefield Elementary. In addition, this move will improve feeder elementary continuity
so that students can move from elementary to middle school with their elementary school peers. This will
affect 117 students.

Staff recommends that one base node (757.0) be moved from Forest Pines Elementary to Wakefield
Elementary to relieve crowding issues at Forest Pines. In addition, this move will improve feeder
elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with their elementary
school peers. This will affect 62 students.

Staff recommends that three year-round application nodes (588.1, 588.2, and 588.3) be moved from
Wilburn to Wakefield because of the recommended assignment of the base nodes to Wakefield
Elementary.

In additiion, staff recommends that the year-round application node (757.0) be moved from North Forest
Pines Elementary to Wakefield Elementary to correspond with the base node move.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Rolesville Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     588.1,588.2,588.3,757.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     757.0,588.1,588.2,588.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wakelon Elementary                                                        School Number: 597

2008-09 Capacity:            695           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     695
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 666                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       753
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          689

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several tradional calendar appliction nodes be moved from Wakelon to
Knightdale Elementary because Knightdale is becoming a traditional calendar. Staff recommends that
Wakelon Elementary no longer be a tradtional calendar application elementary school.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 162.0,167.1,168.0,169.0,170.0,170.1,171.1,171.2,171.3,171.4,171.5,172.1,172
                           .2,172.3,174.1,174.2,174.3,174.4,174.5,174.6,174.7,175.0,181.0,182.0,183.0,1
                           84.0,195.2,224.2,608.0,618.0,633.0,711.0



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Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:




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Washington Elementary                                                     School Number: 596

2008-09 Capacity:            532           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     532
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 588                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       670
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          670

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Weatherstone Elementary                                                   School Number: 598

2008-09 Capacity:            858           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     858
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 917                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       861
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          798

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that base node 81.0 be moved from Weatherstone Elementary to Carpenter Village
Elementary tol improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that the Carpenter Elementary traditional calendar application nodes be moved to
Green Hope Elementary when Green Hope Elementary becomes a traditional calendar school in the
2010-11.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 581.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 061.0,141.1,142.0,369.2,378.1,378.3,378.4,380.5,380.9,391.2,554.0,557.0,558
                           .0,559.0,578.0,692.0,700.1
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wendell Elementary                                                          School Number: 600

2008-09 Capacity:            498           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       498
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 512                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         536
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            349

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Wendell is designated as a magnet school but has very little room for magnet applicants because of the
size of its base area. In addition, in an effort to make the elementary schools in the Knightdale/Wendell
area more similar in low-income populations, several nodes are being recommended for reassignment.

Staff recommends that three base nodes (188.1, 203.3 and 203.4) be moved from Wendell Elementary
to Carver Elementary to open up magnet seats for magnet students at Wendell. These changes will
happen over a three year period and will affect 187 students.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 203.4
Out of the school in 2010: 203.3
Out of the school in 2011: 188.1


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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West Lake Elementary                                                       School Number: 606

2008-09 Capacity:            973          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       973
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 977                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         1163
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            927

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that two base nodes (448.4 and 461.4) be moved from West Lake Elementary to
Banks Road to relieve crowding issues at West Lake Elementary and to populate the new Banks Road
Elementary. This will affect approximatley 116 students.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved from West Lake to the new
Herbert Akins Elementary to correspond with base node moves into Herbert Akins Elementary.

Staff recommends that several year-round calendar application nodes be moved from West Lake
Elementary to Holly Springs Elementary. Staff recommends Holly Springs Elementary become an
application year-round school. Holly Ridge Elementary will apply to Holly Springs Elementary for their
year-round calendar option. Holly Springs Elementary will apply to Holly Ridge Elementary for their
traditional calendar option.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Smith Elementary until 2011-
2012 when it will change to Aversboro Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 448.4,461.4
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 436.1,436.2,436.4,436.6,436.7,553.0,435.4,451.1,459.3,595.0,659.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:



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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:
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Wilburn Elementary                                                        School Number: 616

2008-09 Capacity:            947           2011-12 Planned Capacity:    1078
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round    2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 611                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        561
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           605

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (242.1) be moved from Durant Elementary to Wilburn, that one
base node (610.0) be moved from Fox Elementary to Wilburn and one base node (606.0) be moved
from Wildwood Forest Elementary to Wilburn to improve feeder pattern continuity for middle school. This
will impact approximately 57 students.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved from Wilburn to Durant Road
and Wakefield Elementary to correspond with recommended base moves.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Fox Road Elementary.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     610.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     242.1,606.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 526.0,588.1,588.2,588.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Wildwood Forest Elementary                                                School Number: 618

2008-09 Capacity:            911           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     911
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 935                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       991
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          958

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (606.0) be moved from Wildwood Forest Elementary to Wilburn
to improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school
with their elementary school peers. This will affect 33 students.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 606.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Wiley Elementary                                                            School Number: 620

2008-09 Capacity:            403           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       403
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 440                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          470
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             512

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that one base node (145.0) be moved from Oak Grove Elementary to Wiley to relieve
crowding issues at Oak Grove Elementary and to improve socio-economic diversity at Wiley. In addition,
this move will improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to
middle school with their elementary school peers. This will affect 40 students.

Staff recommends that the traditional application for this node (145.0) be moved from Briarcliff to Wiley
to correspond with the recommended base move.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     145.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:   145.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Willow Springs Elementary                                                  School Number: 624

2008-09 Capacity:            1088         2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1088
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round   2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 997                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         1193
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            899

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that these base nodes (487.0 and 518.0 ) be moved from Willow Springs Elementary
to Vance to relieve crowding issues at Willow Springs Elementary and to make better use of the facilities
at Vance. This will affect 77 students.

Staff recommends that these base nodes (467.0, 468.0 and 476.0) be moved from Willow Springs
Elementary to Banks Elementry to relieve crowding issues at Willow Springs Elementary and to help
populate Banks. This will affect 215 students.

Staff recommends that these year-round application nodes (465.4 and 465.5) be moved from Willow
Springs to Herbert Akins because their base nodes were moved to Herbert Akins.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Fuquay-Varina Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 487.0,518.0,467.0,468.0,476.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 465.4,465.5
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
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Yates Mill Pond Elementary                                                School Number: 626

2008-09 Capacity:            554           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     554
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 516                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       493
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          493

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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York Elementary                                                           School Number: 628

2008-09 Capacity:            566           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     566
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 419                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       456
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          456

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2010:
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Zebulon Elementary                                                        School Number: 632

2008-09 Capacity:            726           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     726
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 526                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       466
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          466

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Apex Middle                                                                School Number: 312

2008-09 Capacity:            1040           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1040
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1017                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1156
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1102

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes be moved into Apex Middle so that elementary students can move
into middle school with their peers. This includes three nodes from Davis Drive Middle (723.0, 739.0,
and 741.0) where students are assigned to Apex Elementary. It also includes two nodes from Holly
Ridge Middle (416.0 and 632.0) where students are assigned to Apex Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes be moved out of Apex Middle to avoid overcrowding at the school
and to move elementary students to middle school with their elementary peers. This includes
reassigning two nodes to Lufkin Middle (389.6 and 389.7) where the base elementary assignment is
Olive Chapel Middle, three nodes to Salem Middle (389.2, 566.0, and 587.0) where the base elementary
assignment is Turner Creek Elementary.

Staff recommends several tradtional calendar application nodes be moved from Apex Middle to West
Cary Middle and one node from Reedy Creek Middle to West Cary Middle. West Cary Middle will be the
traditional application school for Mills Park Middle School.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 389.6,389.7
Out of the school in 2010: 389.2,566.0,587.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     723.0,739.0,741.0,416.0,632.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 750.0,392.0,393.1,393.2,393.3,393.4,393.5,394.1,394.2,394.3,394.4,394.5,394

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                             .6,395.0,396.0,397.0,398.3,404.0,405.0,545.0,604.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Carnage Middle                                                               School Number: 356

2008-09 Capacity:            1059          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1059
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1094                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1292
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             855

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends a large reduction in base area assignments to Carnage Middle in order to provide
space for Carnage to meet the objective of the magnet program and to move elementary students into
middle school with their elementary peers.

Staff recommends that students who live in the Wilburn Elementary base area be assigned to Durant
Middle School rather than Carnage. This will provide a K-8 calendar match for these families. Nodes
impacted are 236.1, 236.2, 236.3, 236.4, 236.5, 236.6, 241.1, 241.2, 606.0, 610.0.

Staff recommends that node 526.0 be reassigned to Durant Middle so that elementary students can
move to middle school with their peers.

Staff recommends that several nodes (441.1, 441.2, 441.3, 441.4, 442.1, 442.2, 442.3, 446.0) be
assigned to Dillard Middle so that elementary students can move to middle school with their peers.

Staff recommends that two nodes (525.0, and 609.0) be reassigned to East Millbrook Middle so that
students can move into middle school with other students from River Bend Elementary.

Staff recommends that node 237.1 be reassigned to Moore Square Museum Magnet Middle because the
elementary assignment for that node is Partnership Elementary. This will provide a calendar match.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 236.1,236.2,236.3,236.4,236.5,236.6,241.1,241.2,526.0,606.0,610.0,525.0,609.
                           0,237.1
Out of the school in 2010: 441.1,441.2,441.3,441.4,442.1,442.2,442.3,446.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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Carroll Middle                                                              School Number: 360

2008-09 Capacity:            868            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      868
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 784                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        859
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           817

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 300 students) be moved into Carroll Middle to
better utilize the Carroll Middle School facility and so that elementary students can move into middle
school with their peers. This includes 3 nodes from Daniels Middle (23.0, 294.4, 527.0) where students
are assigned to Lynn Road Elementary. And it includes four nodes from East Millbrook Middle (245.2,
245.3, 245.4, 245.6) where students are assigned to Lead Mine Elementary, Douglas Elementary or
Lynn Road Elementary. This also includes 1 node from Moore Square Middle (72.0) where students are
assigned to Douglas Elementary, and 1 node from West Millbrook Middle (321.1) where students are
assigned to Lead Mine Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes(approximately 340 students) be moved out of Carroll Middle to
allow elementary students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This includes
3 nodes to Centennial Middle (244.5, 244.6, 244.8) where students are assigned to Brentwood
Elementary; 1 node to Daniels Middle (731.0) where students are assigned to Stough Elementary; 1
node to East Cary Middle (642.0) where students are assigned to Brier Creek Elementary; 1 node to
East Millbrook Middle (712.0) where students are assigned to Brentwood Elementary; 8 nodes to
Leesville Middle (291.4, 315.2, 315.4, 315.5, 651.0, 655.0, 745.0, 746.0) where students are assigned to
Sycamore Creek Elementary, York Elementary, Hilburn Elementary, or Leesville Elementary; 3 nodes to
Moore Square (26.0, 27.0, 28.2) where students are assigned to Brooks Elementary; and 4 nodes to
West Millbrook Middle (244.4, 244.9, 291.2, 291.5) where students are assigned to Brassfield
Elementary, Baileywick Elementary, or North Ridge Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 244.5,244.6,244.8,731.0,642.0,712.0,291.4,315.2,315.4,315.5,651.0,655.0,745.
                           0,746.0,026.0,027.0,028.2,244.4,244.9,291.2,291.5
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:     023.0,294.4,527.0,245.2,245.3,245.4,245.6,072.0,321.1
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Out of the school in 2009:
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Centennial Middle                                                           School Number: 370

2008-09 Capacity:            598            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      598
2008-09 Calendar:            Modified       2011-12 Calendar:       Modified

2008-09 Membership: 593                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        738
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           724

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 135 students) be moved into Centennial Middle to
allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This
includes 3 nodes from Carroll Middle (244.5, 244.6, 244.8) where students are assigned to Brentwood
Elementary, and 1 node from Daniels Middle (244.3) where students are assigned to Brentwood
Elementary.

Staff recommends that base students assigned to Combs Elementary be assigned as base students to
Centennial Middle to continue their magnet programs. This includes 1 node from Davis Drive Middle
(46.1), and 4 nodes from Ligon Middle (41.0, 42.0, 43.0, 44.1).

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 210 students) be moved out of Centennial Middle
to allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This
includes 2 nodes to Ligon Middle (52.0, 81.0) where students are assigned to Washington Elementary or
Conn Elementary; 1 node to Lufkin Middle (497.1) where students are assigned to Timber Drive
Elementary; 4 nodes to Martin Middle (50.0, 51.0, 96.0, 99.0) where students are assigned to
Farmington Woods Elementary or Olds Elementary; and 3 nodes to North Garner Middle (445.2, 495.2,
524.2) where students are assigned to Smith Elementary.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 052.0,081.0,050.0,051.0,096.0,099.0,445.2,495.2,524.2
Out of the school in 2010: 497.1
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     244.5,244.6,244.8,244.3,046.1,041.0,042.0,043.0,044.1
Into the school in 2010:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Daniels Middle                                                               School Number: 388

2008-09 Capacity:            1110           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1110
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1248                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1367
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             1148

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is recommending that approximately two hundred students be reassigned out of Daniels so that
feeder elementary continuity can be improved. This includes reassigning some students to Carroll
Middle (23.0, 294.4, 527.0), some to Centennial Middle (244.3), some to Davis Drive Middle (141.1,
142.0), some to East Cary Middle (357.1, 357.2, 357.3), some to Leesville Middle (18.0, 21.0, 293.4),
some to Moore Square Middle (22.0, 24.0, 25.0, 133.0, 144.0), some to Salem Middle (141.2), and some
to West Millbrook Middle (39.2, 39.3), so that they can move from elementary school to middle school
with their elementary school peers.

Staff is also recommending that approximately 130 students be reassigned from other middle schools
into Daniels Middle because most of their elementary peers move from elementary school into Daniels
Middle. These schools include Carroll Middle (731.0), Dillard Middle (672.0), Leesville Road Middle
(80.0, 85.1, 85.2, 361.1, 361.2, 361.3, 529.0, 543.0, 544.0, 584.0), Martin Middle (8.0), Moore Square
Museums Middle (145.0), and West Millbrook Middle (65.1, 151.0, 673.0).

Finally, staff is recommending that the current Brooks base area, a portion of which is assigned to
Daniels Middle, be assigned to Moore Square Middle to provide magnet program continuity from the
elementary museums magnet program to the middle school museums magnet program. This will take
approximately 36 students out of Daniels.

Daniels is currently approximately one hundred students over capacity when capacity is calculated
including the six-classroom modular unit left on the site after renovations were completed. The current
base area is projected to grow moderately over the next three years by another one hundred students.
The magnet program currently serves about 175 students who do not live in the Daniels base area. As
the magnet program is phased out, and the peer group continuity changes identified above are made,
overcrowding will be relieved and the school is projected to operate at slightly below the current capacity.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 023.0,294.4,527.0,244.3,141.1,142.0,357.1,357.2,357.3,018.0,021.0,293.4,022.
                           0,024.0,025.0,133.0,144.0,039.2,039.3
Out of the school in 2010: 141.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     731.0,672.0,080.0,085.1,085.2,361.1,361.2,361.3,529.0,543.0,544.0,584.0,008
                             .0,145.0,065.1,151.0,673.0
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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Into the school in 2009:     358.0,359.0,360.0,666.0,667.0,702.0,708.0
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Davis Drive Middle                                                         School Number: 391

2008-09 Capacity:            1188           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1188
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1205                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1409
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1245

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 100 students) be moved into Davis Drive Middle to
allow elementary students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This includes
2 nodes from Daniels Middle (141.1, 142.0) where students are assigned to Green Hope Elementary; 1
node from Dillard Middle (524.3) where students are assigned to Davis Drive Elementary; 1 node from
Reedy Creek Middle (369.2) where students are assigned to Green Hope Elementary; and 1 node from
West Cary Middle (61.0) where students are assigned to Green Hope Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 260 students) be moved out of Davis Drive Middle
to allow elementary students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This
includes 3 nodes to Apex Middle (723.0, 739.0, 741.0) where students are assigned to Apex Elementary;
1 node to Centennial Middle (46.1) where students are assigned to Combs Elementary; 2 nodes to
Reedy Creek Middle (371.9, 658.0) where students are assigned to Briarcliff Elementary or Cary
Elementary; 1 node to East Cary Middle (5.0) where students are assigned to Adams, 2 nodes to Lufkin
Middle (727.0, 728.0) where students are assigned to Baucom Elementary, and 7 nodes to Salem where
students are assigned to Carpenter or Laurel Park. (44.2, 371.6, 381.4, 381.5, 381.6, 381.8, 581.0).
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 046.1,005.0,727.0,728.0
Out of the school in 2010: 723.0,739.0,741.0,371.9,658.0,044.2,371.6,381.4,381.5,381.6,381.8,581.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     141.1,142.0,524.3
Into the school in 2010:     369.2,061.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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Dillard Dr. Middle                                                             School Number: 394

2008-09 Capacity:            1136           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1136
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1169                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1326
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1202

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately 100 students living in 3 nodes (412.8, 412.9, 444.4) be
reassigned to Mills Park Middle to help populate the new Mills Park Middle site, avoid overcrowding at
Dillard Drive Middle, and reduce the percentage of students from low-income families at Dillard.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 90 students) be moved into Dillard Middle School
to allow elementary students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This
includes 7 nodes from Carnage Middle (441.1, 441.2, 441.3, 441.4, 442.1, 442.2, 442.3, 446.0) where
students attend Swift Creek or Yates Mill, 1 node from Reedy Creek Middle (635.0) where students are
assigned to Swift Creek Elementary, 1 node from Holly Ridge Middle (417.1) where students are
assigned to Penny Road Elementary; and 2 nodes from Ligon Middle (67.0, 444.1) where students are
assigned to Oak Grove or Dillard Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 150 students) be moved out of Dillard Drive Middle
to allow elementary students to move into middle school with their elementary school peers. This
includes 1 node to Daniels Middle (672.0) where students are assigned to Stough Elementary; 1 node to
Davis Drive Middle (524.3) where students are assigned to Davis Drive Elementary; 1 node to Durant
Road Middle (70.2) where students are assigned to Durant Road Elementary, 1 node to Reedy Creek
Middle (412.4) where students are assigned to Briarcliff; 2 nodes to East Cary Middle (412.1, 412.7)
where students are assigned to Adams Elementary; and 2 nodes to Salem Middle (445.1, 445.3) where
students are assigned to Salem Elementary.

Staff recommends that Holly Ridge Middle be the traditional application school for Holly Grove Middle.
This recommendation brings several tradtional application nodes from Dillard Middle to Holly Ridge
Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 672.0,524.3,070.2,412.4,412.1,412.7
Out of the school in 2010: 445.1,445.3,412.8,412.9,444.4
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     635.0,417.1,067.0,444.1
Into the school in 2010:     441.1,441.2,441.3,441.4,442.1,442.2,442.3,446.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 730.0,733.0
Out of the school in 2010: 448.1,448.2,448.3,448.4,460.1,461.3,461.4,469.0,470.1,474.0,496.1,496.2,496
                           .3,521.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Durant Road Middle                                                          School Number: 399

2008-09 Capacity:            1532           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1532
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1093                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1092
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1608

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is recommending a number of changes for Durant Road Middle to increase enrollment at Durant
and make better use of the available seats in the year-round program at Durant.

Staff is recommending the reassignment of approximately 291 students from the current Carnage base
area (236.1, 236.2, 236.3, 236.4, 236.5, 236.6, 241.1, 241.2, 526.0, 606.0, 610.0) to Durant. Staff is
recommending the reassignment of approximately 188 students from the East Millbrook base area
(235.3, 243.2, 244.2) to Durant Middle. This will open up more seats at Carnage and East Millbrook for
magnet applications.

Staff is recommending the reassignment of one node (070.2) into Durant Middle from Dillard Middle
because the elementary assignment for that node is Durant Elementary. Staff is also recommending the
reassignment of several nodes into Durant Middle from Wakefield Middle because the elementary
assignment for those nodes (648.0, 670.0, 705.0, and 738.0) is Durant Elementary.

Staff is recommending the reassignment of one node (272.1) to East Millbrook Middle and one node
(242.2) to Moore Square Middle so that elementary students can move to middle school with their
elementary peers.

Staff is recommending that the traditional calendar application school remain West Millbrook Middle
School.

Finally, staff is recommending adjustments in year-round application nodes because Leesville Road
Middle is changing to a year-round calendar. These moves will change year-round application student
assignments from Durant Middle and Heritage Middle to Leesville Road and one node to Lufkin Middle
and one node to Salem Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 272.1,242.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     236.1,236.2,236.3,236.4,236.5,236.6,241.1,241.2,526.0,606.0,610.0,070.2,235
                             .3,243.2,244.2,648.0,670.0,705.0,738.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 017.3,021.0,066.2,075.2,076.0,079.0,155.0,271.1,291.4,312.1,312.2,312.4,312
                           .5,312.6,315.4,315.5,316.1,316.2,316.3,316.4,316.5,317.1,317.2,317.3,317.4,3

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                             18.1,318.2,318.3,318.4,318.5,319.1,319.2,319.3,320.1,320.2,320.3,321.2,322.
                             1,322.2,337.1,337.2,338.1,338.2,340.1,340.2,341.1,341.2,342.1,342.2,342.3,3
                             42.4,342.5,342.6,343.1,343.2,343.3,530.0,531.0,532.0,533.0,534.0,535.0,546.
                             0,548.0,549.0,569.0,570.0,571.0,572.0,593.1,593.2,600.0,651.0,655.0,674.0,6
                             89.0,745.0,746.0,057.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     235.3,236.1,236.4,236.5,610.0
Into the school in 2010:
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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
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East Cary Middle                                                            School Number: 402

2008-09 Capacity:            1034           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1293
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 442                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        683
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1027

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 375 students) be moved into East Cary Middle
School including nodes from: Carroll Middle (642.0), Daniels Middle (357.1, 357.2, 357.3), Davis Drive
Middle (5.0), Dillard Middle (412.1, 412.7), Reedy Creek Middle (748.0), Ligon Middle (4.0), and West
Cary Middle (374.1, 380.8, 657.1, 657.2) to allow elementary students from Brier Creek Elementary,
Laurel Park Elementary, Carpenter Elementary, Adams Elementary, Kingswood Elementary, and
Morrisville Elementary to attend middle school with their elementary peers.

Staff recommends one node from East Cary Middle (703.0) be assigned to Mills Park Middle to help
populate this new school and allow elementary students from Green Hope Elementary to move into
middle school with their elementary peers.

Staff recommends several year-round applicants nodes be assigned to Mills Park Middle to match their
base node assignments. These nodes are from Lufkin Road Middle and Leesville Road Middle.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved into East Cary Middle so that
nodes applying to Adams Elementary for the year-round calendar will also apply to East Cary Middle for
the year-round calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Reedy Creek Middle School.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 703.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     642.0,357.1,357.2,357.3,005.0,412.1,412.7,748.0,004.0,374.1,380.8,657.1,657
                             .2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 017.2,361.1,361.2,361.3,529.0,543.0,544.0,584.0,621.0
Out of the school in 2010: 368.2,369.4,370.8,375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,378.1,378.2,378.3,378
                           .4,412.8,412.9,628.1,628.2,700.1,700.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     001.0,002.0,041.0,042.0,043.0,044.1,045.0,046.1,046.2,047.0,097.0,136.0,358

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                             .0,359.0,360.0,367.8,369.1,369.3,370.4,370.5,379.0,380.1,380.4,380.6,380.7,4
                             19.2,419.3,420.1,420.2,420.3,444.1,444.2,444.3,444.5,444.6,444.7,495.1,577.
                             0,596.0,597.0,611.0,623.0,635.0,654.0,666.0,667.0,702.0,708.0,751.0,419.1,4
                             19.4,419.5,419.6,419.7,419.8,421.0,422.1,422.2,441.2,441.3,441.4,442.1,442.
                             2,442.3,443.0,446.0,447.1,447.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
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East Garner Middle                                                           School Number: 404

2008-09 Capacity:            945           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     945
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1116                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1448
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             1190

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 400 students) be moved from East Garner Middle
School over a two year period to reduce crowding, to allow elementary school students to move into
middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide a calendar match for families with K-8
siblings. This includes nodes recommended for assignment to Fuquay-Varina Middle (488.0, 488.1,
517.0), North Garner Middle (500.7, 501.0, 514.0, 516.0, 646.0), and West Lake Middle (619.0, 671.0)
whose elementary assignments include Vance Elementary, Barwell Road Elementary, Timber Drive
Elementary, Rand Elementary, and E21 Elementary.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 619.0,671.0
Out of the school in 2010: 488.0,488.1,517.0,500.7,501.0,514.0,516.0,646.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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East Millbrook Middle                                                       School Number: 408

2008-09 Capacity:            1205           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1205
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1128                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1331
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1029

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 140 students) be moved to East Millbrook Middle
to allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to
provide a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings. This includes nodes assigned to Carnage Middle
(525.0, 609.0), Carroll Middle (712.0), Durant Road Middle (272.1), Wakefield Middle (615.0, 627.0), and
West Millbrook Middle (146.1, 146.2, 147.0, 148.0, 149.0, 245.5, 272.3, 272.4, 272.5, 272.6, 272.7,
685.0) whose elementary assignments include River Bend Elementary, Brentwood Elementary, Millbrook
Elementary, and Wildwood Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 500 students) be moved from East Millbrook
Middle to relieve crowding, to open additional magnet seats, to allow elementary school students to
move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide a calendar match for families with K-
8 siblings. This includes nodes being assigned to Carroll Middle (245.2, 245.3, 245.4, 245.6), Durant
Road Middle (235.3, 243.2, 244.2), Wakefield Middle (243.1, 243.5, 588.1, 588.2, 588.3), West Millbrook
Middle (273.2), and Rolesville Middle (248.1, 248.2, 248.4, 617.0, 622.0, 707.0, 752.0) whose
elementary assignments include Lead Mine Elementary, Douglas Elementary, Lynn Road Elementary,
Wilburn Elementary, Durant Road Elementary, North Forest Pines Drive Elementary, Wakefield
Elementary, Green Elementary, and Harris Creek Elementary.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application node, 272.1, be moved to East Millbrook
Middle to correspond with the base move.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 245.2,245.3,245.4,245.6,235.3,243.2,244.2,588.1,273.2
Out of the school in 2010: 588.2,588.3
Out of the school in 2011: 243.1,243.5,248.1,248.2,248.4,617.0,622.0,707.0,752.0


Into the school in 2009:     525.0,609.0,712.0,272.1,615.0,627.0,146.1,146.2,147.0,148.0,149.0,245.5,272
                             .3,272.4,272.5,272.6,272.7,685.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:




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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     272.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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East Wake Middle                                                            School Number: 410

2008-09 Capacity:            1333           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1333
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1035                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1357
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1052

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 60 students) be moved to East Wake Middle to
allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide
a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings. This includes nodes currently assigned to Wendell
Middle (161.0, 176.1, 177.1, 185.0, 185.1, 198.1, 198.3, 198.4, 198.5, 199.0, 231.0) whose elementary
assignments include Lockhart Elementary, Forestville Road Elementary, and Lake Myra Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 300 students) be moved from East Wake Middle to
allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide
a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings and fill the new Rolesville Middle School. This includes
nodes being assigned to Wendell Middle (172.2, 172.3, 174.3, 174.4, 198.2, 608.0, 711.0) and
Rolesville Middle (232.1, 233.2, 234.2, 234.8, 248.3, 755.0) whose elementary assignments include Lake
Myra Elementary, Knightdale Elementary, Forestville Road Elementary, Harris Creek Elementary,
Sanford Creek Elementary and River Bend Elementary.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved to Rolesville Middle to join the
new base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be changed to Wendell Middle in 2009-
2010.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 172.2,172.3,174.3,174.4,198.2,608.0,711.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 232.1,233.2,234.2,234.8,248.3,755.0


Into the school in 2009:     161.0,176.1,177.1,185.0,185.1,198.1,198.3,198.4,198.5,199.0,231.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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East Wake Middle                                                            School Number: 410

2008-09 Capacity:            1732           2011-12 Planned Capacity:
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1035                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1357
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1052

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 60 students) be moved to East Wake Middle to
allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide
a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings. This includes nodes currently assigned to Wendell
Middle (161.0, 176.1, 177.1, 185.0, 185.1, 198.1, 198.3, 198.4, 198.5, 199.0, 231.0) whose elementary
assignments include Lockhart Elementary, Forestville Road Elementary, and Lake Myra Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 300 students) be moved from East Wake Middle to
allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide
a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings and fill the new Rolesville Middle School. This includes
nodes being assigned to Wendell Middle (172.2, 172.3, 174.3, 174.4, 198.2, 608.0, 711.0) and
Rolesville Middle (232.1, 233.2, 234.2, 234.8, 248.3, 755.0) whose elementary assignments include Lake
Myra Elementary, Knightdale Elementary, Forestville Road Elementary, Harris Creek Elementary,
Sanford Creek Elementary and River Bend Elementary.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved to Rolesville Middle to join the
new base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be changed to Wendell Middle in 2009-
2010.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 172.2,172.3,174.3,174.4,198.2,608.0,711.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 232.1,233.2,234.2,234.8,248.3,755.0


Into the school in 2009:     161.0,176.1,177.1,185.0,185.1,198.1,198.3,198.4,198.5,199.0,231.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Fuquay-Varina Middle                                                        School Number: 424

2008-09 Capacity:            928            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      928
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 938                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1055
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           917

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 275 students) be moved to Fuquay-Varina Middle
to allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to
provide a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings and to assign students to a closer school. This
includes nodes currently assigned to East Garner Middle (488.0, 488.1, 517.0), Holly Ridge Middle
(451.2, 451.3, 453.1, 453.2, 459.1, 459.2, 528.0), and West Lake Middle (730.0, 733.0), whose
elementary assignments include Vance Elementary, Fuquay-Varina Elementary, Lincoln Heights
Elementary, and Willow Springs Elementary.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 375 students) be moved from Fuquay-Varina
Middle to allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and
to provide a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings and fill the new Holly Grove Middle School.
This includes nodes whose elementary assignments include Holly Grove Elementary, Herbert Akins
Elementary, and Ballentine Elementary. This includes nodes: 413.0, 430.0, 431.0, 432.0, 433.0, 454.0,
455.0, 456.0, 458.2, 460.2, 460.3, 461.1, 461.5, 461.6, 463.0, and 465.2.

Staff recommends that two traditional calendar application nodes move into Fuquay-Varina Middle to
correspond with base assignment moves.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 413.0,430.0,431.0,432.0,433.0,454.0,455.0,456.0,458.2,460.2,460.3,461.1,461.5
                           ,461.6,463.0,465.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     488.0,488.1,517.0,451.2,451.3,453.1,453.2,459.1,459.2,528.0,730.0,733.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:


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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     730.0,733.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Heritage Middle                                                                School Number: 444

2008-09 Capacity:            1185           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1185
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:       Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1288                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1473
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1231

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is recommending that a portion of the Heritage Middle base area which is assigned to Sanford
Creek Elementary be assigned to the new Rolesville Middle School in 2011-12. This includes nodes
assigned to Rolesville Middle (249.0, 250.0, 251.0, 269.0, 710.0, 732.0) and will impact approximately
147 students.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 175 students) be moved into Heritage Middle to
allow elementary school students to move into middle school with their elementary peers, and to provide
a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings. This includes nodes currently assigned to Wake Forest-
Rolesville Middle (268.1, 268.2, 585.1, 585.2, 585.3, 585.4, 706.0, 718.0) whose elementary
assignments include Jones Dairy Elementary and Heritage Elementary.

Staff recommends that two nodes (approximately 14 students) be moved from Heritage Middle to Wake
Forest-Rolesville Middle (283.3, 302.3) to allow elementary school students to move into middle school
with their elementary peers, and to provide a calendar match for families with K-8 siblings.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved to Durant Road Middle and
Rolesville Middle to align with recommended new base assignments.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle
School.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 283.3,302.3,249.0,250.0,251.0,269.0,710.0,732.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     268.1,268.2,585.1,585.2,585.3,585.4,706.0,718.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 235.3,236.1,236.4,236.5,610.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 232.2,233.4,233.5,234.9,248.1,248.2,248.4,248.5,248.6,261.0,263.0,268.3,270
                           .0,275.2,275.3,276.0,277.1,277.2,277.3,616.0,617.0,622.0,629.0,696.0,697.0,7
                           04.0,707.0,709.0,735.0,752.0



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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Holly Grove Middle                                                          School Number: M9

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1623
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1334

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Holly Grove Middle School will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2010-11. Staff
recommends that students assigned to Holly Grove Middle will come from Fuquay-Varina Middle (413.0,
430.0, 431.0, 432.0, 433.0, 454.0, 455.0, 456.0, 458.2, 460.2, 460.3, 461.1, 461.5, 461.6, 463.0, 465.2);
Holly Ridge Middle (414.0, 415.0, 428.0,429.0, 434.1, 434.2, 434.3, 434.4, 435.2, 435.4, 450.0, 451.1,
452.0, 453.3, 459.3, 461.2, 547.0, 595.0, 659); Lufkin Road Middle (750.0); North Garner Middle (469.0,
474.0, 521.0); and West Lake Middle (448.1, 448.2, 448.3, 448.4, 460.1, 461.3, 461.4, 470.1). The
elementary feeder nodes for Holly Grove Middle will come from Ballentine Elementary, Holly Grove
Elementary, Banks Road Elementary and Herbert Akins Elementary.

Staff recommends that year-round calendar application students from Lufkin Road and West Lake
Middle be assigned to Holly Grove Middle to align with these base assignment recommendations.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be Holly Ridge Middle beginning in
2010-2011.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     413.0,430.0,431.0,432.0,433.0,454.0,455.0,456.0,458.2,460.2,460.3,461.1,461
                             .5,461.6,463.0,465.2,414.0,415.0,428.0,429.0,434.1,434.2,434.3,434.4,435.2,4
                             35.4,450.0,451.1,452.0,453.3,459.3,461.2,547.0,595.0,659.0,750.0,469.0,474.
                             0,521.0,448.1,448.2,448.3,448.4,460.1,461.3,461.4,470.1
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     413.0,414.0,415.0,428.0,429.0,430.0,431.0,432.0,433.0,434.1,434.2,434.3,434
                             .4,435.2,452.0,453.3,454.0,455.0,456.0,547.0,595.0,435.4,450.0,451.1,458.2,4
                             59.3,460.2,460.3,461.1,461.2,461.5,461.6,463.0,465.2,659.0
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Holly Ridge Middle                                                         School Number: 450

2008-09 Capacity:            1231           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1231
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1241                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1519
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          946

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that three nodes be moved into Holly Ridge Middle (496.1, 496.2, and 496.3) from
North Garner Middle. This move will improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move
from elementary to middle school with their elementary school peers.

Staff recommends that several nodes be moved out of Holly Ridge Middle to relieve projected
overcrowding at Holly Ridge Middle, to allow elementary students to move into middle school with their
peers, and to help populate the new M9 Holly Grove Middle School site. This includes: 2 nodes to Apex
Middle (416.0 and 632.0), 1 node to Dillard Middle (417.1), 7 nodes to Fuquay-Varina Middle (451.2,
451.3, 453.1, 453.2, 459.1, 459.2, and 528.0), and several nodes to M9-Holly Grove Middle (414.0,
415.0, 428.0, 429.0, 434.1, 434.2, 434.3, 434.4, 435.2, 435.4, 450.0, 451.1, 452.0, 453.3, 459.3, 461.2,
547.0, 595.0, and 659.0).

Staff also recommends that Holly Grove Middle become the year round calendar application school for
Holly Ridge Middle beginning in the year 2010-11 school year. This impacts traditional calendar
application nodes currently at Apex Middle and Dillard Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 417.1
Out of the school in 2010: 416.0,632.0,451.2,451.3,453.1,453.2,459.1,459.2,528.0,414.0,415.0,428.0,429.0
                           ,434.1,434.2,434.3,434.4,435.2,435.4,450.0,451.1,452.0,453.3,459.3,461.2,547.
                           0,595.0,659.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     496.1,496.2,496.3
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     750.0,448.1,448.2,448.3,448.4,460.1,461.3,461.4,469.0,470.1,474.0,496.1,496
                             .2,496.3,521.0
Into the school in 2011:




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Leesville Road Middle                                                     School Number: 471

2008-09 Capacity:       1205             2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1517
2008-09 Calendar:       Traditional      2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1281                 2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         1295
                                         2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            1527

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that approximately fifty students be reassigned out of Leesville Road Middle School
so that we can improve feeder elementary continuity. This will include reassigning some students to
West Millbrook, some to Ligon, and some to Martin so that they move from elementary school to middle
school with their elementary school peers.

This will involve the reassignment of about 35 students living in 3 nodes assigned to Jeffreys' Grove
Elementary (339.1, 339.2, 339.3,) to West Millbrook Middle, the reassignment of about 15 students living
in 1 node currently assigned to Conn Elementary (78.1)to Ligon Middle, and the reassignment of about
50 students who live in node (78.2)to Martin Middle. The Martin recommendation is made because staff
is recommending that this node be reassigned to Lacy Elementary and many students at Lacy move on
to Martin Middle. This also includes nodes currently attending Leesville who are now being reassigned to
Daniels Middle whose elementary schools include Root, Conn, and Stough. (80.0, 85.1, 85.2, 361.1,
361.2, 361.3, 529.0, 543.0, 544.0, 584.0).

Leesville Middle will convert to a four-track year-round calendar in 2009-10 and gain space for
approximately 300 additional students. This creates an opportunity to improve peer group continuity for
students who are currently assigned to elementary schools where most (but not all) of the students rise
into Leesville Middle School. Some students from each of these schools are currently not assigned to
Leesville Middle because of the current level of crowding.

Staff recommends that approximately 36 students who live in spot nodes created within the LRMS base
because of LRMS crowding (291.4, 315.2, 315.4, 315.5, 651.0, 655.0, 745.0, 746.0) be reassigned from
Carroll Middle to Leesville Middle.

Staff recommends that approximately 60 students from node (271.1) who are assigned to Sycamore
Creek be reassigned to Leesville Middle from West Millbrook Middle. Staff recommends that students
from nodes (66.2, 21.0) who are assigned to Leesville Elementary be reassigned from Daniels and Ligon
Middle to Leesville Middle. This also includes students currently attending Daniels who are now
reassigned to Leesville whose elementary schools include York and Jeffreys' Grove (18.0, 293.4), and 1
node from Martin Middle (75.2) where students are assigned to Leesville Elementary. These moves will
help align feeder patterns from elementary to middle school.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be West Millbrook Middle School
beginning in 2009-2010.

Finally, staff recommends that approximately 79 year-round application students who are projected to be
at Durant Middle and East Cary Middle but live in the current Leesville Road Middle School base area be
reassigned to Leesville Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 080.0,085.1,085.2,361.1,361.2,361.3,529.0,543.0,544.0,584.0,078.1,078.2,339.
                           1,339.2,339.3

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Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     291.4,315.2,315.4,315.5,651.0,655.0,745.0,746.0,018.0,021.0,293.4,066.2,075
                             .2,271.1
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     017.3,021.0,066.2,075.2,076.0,079.0,155.0,271.1,291.4,312.1,312.2,312.4,312
                             .5,312.6,315.4,315.5,316.1,316.2,316.3,316.4,316.5,317.1,317.2,317.3,317.4,3
                             18.1,318.2,318.3,318.4,318.5,319.1,319.2,319.3,320.1,320.2,320.3,321.2,322.
                             1,322.2,337.1,337.2,338.1,338.2,340.1,340.2,341.1,341.2,342.1,342.2,342.3,3
                             42.4,342.5,342.6,343.1,343.2,343.3,530.0,531.0,532.0,533.0,534.0,535.0,546.
                             0,548.0,549.0,569.0,570.0,571.0,572.0,593.1,593.2,600.0,651.0,655.0,674.0,6
                             89.0,745.0,746.0,017.2,361.1,361.2,361.3,529.0,543.0,544.0,584.0,621.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Ligon Middle                                                                School Number: 472

2008-09 Capacity:            1110           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1110
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1095                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1241
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1189

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that two nodes be moved into Ligon from Centenial Middle (52.0 and 81.0) to
improve feeder elementary continuity so that students can move from elementary to middle school with
their elementary school peers. This affects approximately 46 students.

Staff recommends 1 node currently assigned to Conn Elementary (78.1) be reassigned to Ligon Middle
from Leesville Middle to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school
with their peers.

In addition, staff recommends two base nodes (74.2, 74.3) be reassigned from Martin to Ligon Middle,
two nodes (71.0 and 77.0) be reassigned from Moore Square Middle to Ligon Middle, one base node
(60.0) be reassigned from West Cary to Ligon Middle, and one base node (65.2) be reassigned from
West Millbrook Middle to Ligon Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can
move into middle school with their peers.

Staff recommends several nodes (41.0, 42.0, 43.0, 44.1) be reassigned out of Ligon Middle and move to
Centenial Middle to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with
their peers. This affects approximately 41 students.

Staff recommends two nodes (67.0 and 444.1) be reassigned from Ligon Middle to Dillard Middle and
one node (66.2) currently assigned from Ligon Middle move to Leesville Road Middle This is to align
feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with their peers.

Staff recommends one base node (4.0) be reassigned from Ligon Middle to East Cary Middle. This will
provide a calendar match for the year-round program and impact approximately 23 students.

Staff recommends one base node (3.0) move from Ligon Middle to Martin Middle to help raise the
percentage of students from low-income families at Martin. This affects approximately 78 students.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 041.0,042.0,043.0,044.1,067.0,444.1,004.0,066.2,003.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     052.0,081.0,078.1,074.2,074.3,071.0,077.0,060.0,065.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:


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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Lufkin Middle                                                                  School Number: 484

2008-09 Capacity:            1248           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1248
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1141                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1331
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1300

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff has worked to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with
their peers, and to establish a larger base population for Lufkin Road Middle School to better utilize its
facilities.

As a result, staff recommends a number of changes which include: 2 base nodes (389.6 and 389.7) from
Apex Middle; 1 base node (497.1) from Centennial Middle; 2 base nodes (727.0 and 728.0) from Davis
Drive Middle: 3 base nodes (55.2, 57.2 and 137.0) from Martin Middle; 2 base nodes (56.0, 57.1) from
Moore Square Middle; and 1 node (138.0) from West Lake Middle.

In addition, to align feeder patterns, staff also recommends that nodes be moved out of Lufkin Road
Middle. This includes node 383.1 to Salem Middle, and node 750.0 to Holly Grove Middle.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved into Lufkin to join the new base
assignment at Lufkin.

Staff also recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved out of Lufkin to join their
new base assignment at year-round Middle Schools.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Apex Middle School.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 383.1
Out of the school in 2010: 750.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     389.6,389.7,727.0,728.0,055.2,057.2,137.0,138.0
Into the school in 2010:     497.1,056.0,057.1
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 001.0,002.0,041.0,042.0,043.0,044.1,045.0,046.1,046.2,047.0,097.0,136.0,358
                           .0,359.0,360.0,367.8,369.1,369.3,370.4,370.5,379.0,380.1,380.4,380.6,380.7,4
                           19.2,419.3,420.1,420.2,420.3,444.1,444.2,444.3,444.5,444.6,444.7,495.1,577.
                           0,596.0,597.0,611.0,623.0,635.0,654.0,666.0,667.0,702.0,708.0,751.0
Out of the school in 2010: 044.2,371.6,381.4,381.5,381.6,381.8,383.4,389.2,445.1,445.3,566.0,581.0,587
                           .0,444.4,413.0,414.0,415.0,428.0,429.0,430.0,431.0,432.0,433.0,434.1,434.2,4
                           34.3,434.4,435.2,452.0,453.3,454.0,455.0,456.0,547.0,595.0
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:     057.2,137.0
Into the school in 2010:     056.0,057.1,497.1
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Martin Middle                                                              School Number: 492

2008-09 Capacity:            896            2011-12 Planned Capacity:     896
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1038                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1169
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1151

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends several nodes (050.0, 051.0,096.0, and 099.0) be reassigned out of Centenial Middle
and into Martin Middle, one base node (078.2) be reassigned from Leesville Middle to Martin Middle,
and one base node (003.0) be reassigned from Ligon Middle to Martin Middle. This is proposed to align
feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with their peers and raise the
percentage of students from low-income families at Martin.

Staff recommends that one base node (008.0) be reassigned from Martin Middle to Daniels Middle, one
base node (075.2) move from Martin Middle to Leesville Middle, two base nodes (074.2 and 74.3) move
from Martin Middle to Ligon Middle, and three nodes (055.2, 057.2, and 137.0) move from Martin Middle
to Lufkin Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle
school with their peers.

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 008.0,075.2,074.2,074.3,055.2,057.2,137.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     050.0,051.0,096.0,099.0,078.2,003.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Mills Park Middle                                                           School Number: M10

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1623
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1261

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Mills Park Middle School will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2010-11. Staff
recommends that students assigned to Mills Park Middle will come from Dillard Middle (412.8, 412.9,
444.4), Reedy Creek Middle (368.2, 369.4, 370.8), East Cary Middle (703.0), Salem Middle (392.0,
393.1, 393.2, 393.3, 393.4, 393.5, 394.1, 394.2, 394.3, 394.4, 394.5, 394.6, 395.0, 396.0, 397.0, 398.3,
404.0, 405.0, 545.0, 604.0), and West Cary Middle (375.0, 376.0, 377.1, 377.2, 377.3, 377.4, 378.1,
378.2, 378.3, 378.4, 628.1, 628.2, 700.1, 700.2). The elementary feeder nodes for Mills Park Middle will
come from Highcroft Elementary, Alston Ridge Elementary, and Mills Park Elementary.

Staff recommends that year-round calendar application students from Lufkin Road and East Cary Middle
be assigned to Mills Park Middle to join their base assignment.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be West Cary Middle beginning in
2010-2011.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     412.8,412.9,444.4,368.2,369.4,370.8,703.0,392.0,393.1,393.2,393.3,393.4,393
                             .5,394.1,394.2,394.3,394.4,394.5,394.6,395.0,396.0,397.0,398.3,404.0,405.0,5
                             45.0,604.0,375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,378.1,378.2,378.3,378.4,628.
                             1,628.2,700.1,700.2
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     368.2,369.4,370.8,375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4,378.1,378.2,378.3,378
                             .4,412.8,412.9,628.1,628.2,700.1,700.2,444.4
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Moore Square Middle                                                         School Number: 506

2008-09 Capacity:            598            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      598
2008-09 Calendar:            Modified       2011-12 Calendar:       Modified

2008-09 Membership: 477                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        525
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           434

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that the Moore Square Museums Magnet Middle base area be aligned with the
Brooks Elementary Museums Magnet base area. This means that staff recommends a number of
changes to the Moore Square base area assignments.

Staff recommends several base nodes (22.0, 24.0, 25.0, 133.0, and 144.0) to be moved out of Daniels
Middle and move to Moore Square Middle. This affects approximately 55 students. Staff recommends 3
base nodes (026.0, 027.0 and 028.2) be moved out of Carroll Middle and move to Moore Square
Middle. This affects approximately 12 students. Staff recommends one base node (242.2) move from
Durant Middle to Moore Square Middle. This affects approximately 17 students.
Staff recommends one base node (237.1) move from Carnage Middle to Moore Square Middle and one
base node (150.0) move from West Millbrook Middle to Moore Square Middle. This does not impact any
students.

Staff also recommends that several base nodes be moved out of Moore Square to align with elementary
to middle school feeder patterns. Staff recommends one base node (072.0) move from Moore Square
Middle to Carroll Middle. This affects approximately 15 students. Staff recommends one base node
(145.0) move from Moore Square Middle to Daniels Middle. This affects approximately 13 students.
Staff recommends two base nodes (071.0 and 077.0) move from Moore Square to Ligon Middle. This
affects approximately 61 students. Staff recommends two base nodes (056.0 and 057.1) move from
Moore Square Middle to Lufkin Middle. This affects approximately 86 students.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 072.0,145.0,071.0,077.0
Out of the school in 2010: 056.0,057.1
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     237.1,026.0,027.0,028.2,022.0,024.0,025.0,133.0,144.0,242.2,150.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:




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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     242.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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North Garner Middle                                                        School Number: 512

2008-09 Capacity:            1279           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1279
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1130                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1506
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1387

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends several base nodes (469.0, 474.0, and 521.0) be reassigned from North Garner
Middle to the new M9 Holly Grove Middle School. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary
students can move into middle school with their peers and move will populate the new school. This
affects approximately 80 students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (500.7, 501.0, 514.0, 516.0, and 646.0) to be moved out of East
Garner Middle and move to North Garner Middle This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary
students can move into middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 117 students. Staff
also recommends that several base nodes (445.2, 495.2, and 524.2) be moved out of Centenial Middle
and to North Garner Middle (impacting approximately 8 students). One base node (493.1) to be moved
out of West Lake Middle and to North Garner Middle (impacting approximately 21 students). This is
also to align elementary feeder patterns.

Staff recommends several base nodes (496.1, 496.2, and 496.3) be moved out of North Garner Middle
and move to Holly Ridge Middle (impacting approximately 112 students), and several base nodes
(725.0, 743.0, and 744.0) be moved out of North Garner Middle and move to West Lake Middle
(impacting approximately 64 students) so that elementary students can move into middle school with
their peers.

Staff recommends several year-round application nodes (445.2, 495.2, and 524.2) to be moved out of
West Lake Middle and move to North Garner Middle Ths move is suggested because their base nodes
are recommended for movement to North Garner Middle.

Staff recommends several year-round application nodes (506.1, 620.0, 652.0) to be moved out of North
Garner Middle and move to Lufkin Middle Ths move is suggested because their base nodes are
recommended for movement to Lufkin Middle.

Staff recommends two year-round application nodes (619.0 and 671.0) to be moved out of North Garner
Middle and move to West Lake Middle Ths move is suggested because their base nodes are
recommended for movement to West Lake Middle.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Dillard Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 496.1,496.2,496.3,725.0,743.0,744.0,469.0,474.0,521.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     445.2,495.2,524.2,493.1
Into the school in 2010:     500.7,501.0,514.0,516.0,646.0

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Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 619.0,671.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     445.2,495.2,524.2
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Reedy Creek Middle                                                             School Number: 400

2008-09 Capacity:            902            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      902
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 831                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           877
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              996

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes be moved into Reedy Creek Middle so that elementary students
can move into middle school with their elementary peers. This includes two nodes from Davis Drive
Middle (371.9, 658.0) where students are assigned to Briarcliff Elementary and Cary Elementary; two
nodes from Salem Middle (371.5, 371.8) both nodes currently attend Cary Elementary; node 412.4 from
Dillard Middle and four nodes from West Cary Middle (367.4, 371.3, 371.4 and 684.0) currently attending
Briarcliff, Reedy Creek, and Kingswood Elementaries.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 100 students) currently attending Reedy Creek
Middle be assigned to Dillard Middle (635.0), Davis Drive Middle (369.2), Salem Middle (383.4); East
Cary Middle (748.0), and Mills Park Middle (368.2, 369.4, 370.8) so that elementary students can move
into middle school with their elementary peers and to populate Mills Park Middle School.

Staff recommends that the traditional application school for node 703.0 be moved to West Cary Middle
so that all of Mills Park Middle applies to West Cary Middle for traditional seats.

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be moved to Daniels Middle so that
most of Brier Creek Elementary applies to Daniels Middle for the traditional calendar option.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 635.0,748.0
Out of the school in 2010: 369.2,383.4,368.2,369.4,370.8
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     412.4
Into the school in 2010:     371.9,658.0,371.5,371.8,367.4,371.3,371.4,684.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Out of the school in 2009: 358.0,359.0,360.0,666.0,667.0,702.0,708.0
Out of the school in 2010: 703.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Rolesville Middle                                                           School Number: M6

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1623
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           951

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Rolesville Middle School will open as a multi-track year-round calendar school in 2011-12. Staff
recommends that students assigned to Rolesville Middle come from East Millbrook Middle (248.1, 248.2,
248.4, 617.0, 622.0, 707.0, 752.0); East Wake Middle (232.1, 233.2, 234.2, 234.8, 248.3, 755.0);
Heritage Middle (249.0, 250.0, 251.0, 269.0, 710.0, 732.0); Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle (232.2, 248.5,
248.6, 261.0, 263.0, 268.3, 270.0, 275.2, 275.3, 276.0, 277.1, 277.2, 277.3, 616.0, 629.0, 704.0, 709.0,
735.0); and Wakefield Middle (234.9, 696.0, 697.0). The elementary feeder nodes for Rolesville Middle
will come from River Bend, Harris Creek, Rolesville, and Sanford Creek.

Staff recommends that several year round application nodes from Heritage Middle to go to Rolesville
Middle in 2011 to alleviate crowding at Heritage Middle and populate Rolesville Middle.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school be Wakefield Middle School when
Rolesville Middle opens in 2011-2012.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     248.1,248.2,248.4,617.0,622.0,707.0,752.0,232.1,233.2,234.2,234.8,248.3,755
                             .0,249.0,250.0,251.0,269.0,710.0,732.0,232.2,248.5,248.6,261.0,263.0,268.3,2
                             70.0,275.2,275.3,276.0,277.1,277.2,277.3,616.0,629.0,704.0,709.0,735.0,234.
                             9,696.0,697.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     232.2,233.4,233.5,234.9,248.1,248.2,248.4,248.5,248.6,261.0,263.0,268.3,270
                             .0,275.2,275.3,276.0,277.1,277.2,277.3,616.0,617.0,622.0,629.0,696.0,697.0,7
                             04.0,707.0,709.0,735.0,752.0


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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Salem Middle                                                             School Number: 551

2008-09 Capacity:       1269            2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1269
2008-09 Calendar:       Year-Round      2011-12 Calendar:        Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1232                2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          1565
                                        2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             1273

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Salem Middle serves a large area of western Wake County where the new Mills Park Middle School will
open for the 2010-11 school year. Staff is recommending that Mills Park Middle receive students from
Mills Park Elementary, Highcroft Elementary, and the new Alston Ridge Elementary schools. This
means that a large number of students will be reassigned away from Salem Middle and create an
opportunity to improve feeder pattern continuity so that more elementary students can move on to middle
school with their elementary peers.

Staff recommends 20 base nodes (392.0, 393.1, 393.2, 393.3, 393.4, 393.5, 394.1, 394.2, 394.3, 394.4,
394.5, 394.6, 395.0, 396.0, 397.0, 398.3, 404.0, 405.0, 545.0, 604.0) to be moved out of Salem Middle
and move to M10 Mills Park Middle. This affects approximately 618 students.

Staff recommends 3 base nodes (389.2, 566.0, and 587.0) be assigned out of Apex Middle and moved
into Salem Middle. Staff recommends 2 base nodes (049.0 and 139.0) be assigned out of West Cary
Middle and into Salem Middle. Staff recommends 1 base node (383.1) be assigned out of Lufkin Middle
and into Salem Middle. These nodes are all assigned to Turner Creek Elementary and this move will
align feeder patterns and school calendar and affect approximately 97 students.

Staff recommends 1 base node (141.2) be assigned out of Daniels Middle and reassigned to Salem
Middle. This node is assigned to Laurel Park Elementary and the move will align feeder patterns and
school calendar.

Staff recommends 2 base nodes (445.1 and 445.3) be assigned out of Dillard Middle and into Salem
Middle. These nodes are assigned to Salem Elementary and the move will align feeder patterns and
school calendars and affect approximately 52 students.

Staff recommends 7 base nodes (044.2, 371.6, 381.4, 381.5, 381.6, 381.8, and 581.0) be assigned out
of Davis Drive to Salem Middle. This affects approximately 138 students.

Staff recommends 2 base nodes (371.5 and 371.8) be assigned out of Salem Middle and moved into
Reedy Creek Middle. These nodes are assigned to Cary Elementary and the change will align feeder
patterns and school calendars and affect approximately 46 students.

Staff recommends base node 383.4 be assigned out of Reedy Creek Middle to Salem Middle. This will
affect 17 students.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved into Salem Middle to correspond
with base assignment changes.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Apex Middle School.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:


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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 371.5,371.8,392.0,393.1,393.2,393.3,393.4,393.5,394.1,394.2,394.3,394.4,394.5
                           ,394.6,395.0,396.0,397.0,398.3,404.0,405.0,545.0,604.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     383.1
Into the school in 2010:     389.2,566.0,587.0,141.2,044.2,371.6,381.4,381.5,381.6,381.8,581.0,445.1,445
                             .3,383.4,049.0,139.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     044.2,371.6,381.4,381.5,381.6,381.8,383.4,389.2,445.1,445.3,566.0,581.0,587
                             .0,049.0,139.0,141.2
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle                                               School Number: 592

2008-09 Capacity:            1137           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1137
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1140                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1348
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1084

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends 2 base nodes (283.3, 302.3) to be moved out of Heritage Middle and move to Wake
Forest-Rolesville Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into
middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 14 students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (306.0, 307.0, 308.0, 325.0, 326.0, 327.0, 328.0, 329.0, 330.0,
331.0, 663.0, 722.0) be moved out of Wakefield Middle and move to Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle.
This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with their peers.
This affects approximately 228 students.

Staff recommends 8 base nodes (268.1, 268.2, 585.1, 585.2, 585.3, 585.4, 706.0, 718.0) be moved out
of Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle to Heritage Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary
students can move into middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 178 students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (232.2, 248.5, 248.6, 261.0, 263.0, 268.3, 270.0, 275.2, 275.3,
276.0, 277.1, 277.2, 277.3, 616.0, 629.0, 704.0, 709.0 and 735.0) be moved out of Wake Forest-
Rolesville Middle and move to M6 Rolesville Middle site. This is to align feeder patterns so that
elementary students can move into middle school with their peers and to populate M6. This affects
approximately 328 students.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 268.1,268.2,585.1,585.2,585.3,585.4,706.0,718.0,232.2,248.5,248.6,261.0,263.0
                           ,268.3,270.0,275.2,275.3,276.0,277.1,277.2,277.3,616.0,629.0,704.0,709.0,735.
                           0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:     283.3,302.3,306.0,307.0,308.0,325.0,326.0,327.0,328.0,329.0,330.0,331.0,663
                             .0,722.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:




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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wakefield Middle                                                            School Number: 594

2008-09 Capacity:       1309              2011-12 Planned Capacity:        1309
2008-09 Calendar:       Traditional       2011-12 Calendar:         Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1322                  2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           1503
                                          2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1065

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Wakefield Middle is currently operating slightly over capacity with 1317 students and utilizing 13 mobile
classrooms. The current growth trend will lead to an enrollment exceeding 1500 students within three
years. The opening of Rolesville Middle in the 2011-12 school year will provide an opportunity to
reducing crowding at Wakefield Middle and improve alignment of elementary to middle to high school
feeder patters so that more students move across levels with their peers.

Staff recommends 3 base nodes (234.9, 696.0 and 697.0) be assigned out of Wakefield Middle and
moved into the new Rolesville Middle School. These nodes are currently assigned to Harris Creek
Elementary and Sanford Creek Elementary. This move will align feeder patterns and school calendars
and affect approximately 56 students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (298.1, 298.2, 298.3, 309.0, 310.1, 310.2, 311.0) be assigned
out of Wakefield Middle and moved into West Millbrook Middle. These nodes are assigned to Pleasant
Union Elementary and Brassfield Elementary. This change aligns feeder patterns and improves
utilization of West Millbrook Middle and affects approximately 182 students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (306.0, 307.0, 308.0, 325.0, 326.0, 327.0, 328.0, 329.0, 330.0,
331.0, 663.0, and 722.0) to be assigned out of Wakefield Middle and moved into Wake Forest-Rolesville
Middle These nodes are currently assigned to North Forest Pines and Brassfield Elementary and
located north of Hwy 98. This recommendation will maintain efficient utilization of Wake Forest-
Rolesville Middle which will lose a large number of students to the new Rolesville Middle School. The
change will affect approximately 228 students.

Staff recommends 4 base nodes (648.0, 670.0, 705.0, and 738.0) be assigned out of Wakefield Middle
and moved into Durant Middle These nodes are assigned to Durant Elementary and the change will
align feeder patterns and affect approximately 58 students.

Staff recommends 5 base nodes (243.1, 243.5, 588.1, 588.2, and 588.3) be assigned out of East
Millbrook Middle and moved into Wakefield Middle These nodes are currently assigned to Fox Road
Elementary and North Forest Pines Elementary and the change will align feeder patterns and open up
more magnet application seats at East Millbrook Middle. This affects approximately 88 students.

Staff recommends 2 base nodes (615.0 and 627.0) be assigned out of Wakefield Middle and moved into
East Millbrook Middle. These are two spot nodes assigned to Wildwood Forest Elementary and are
surrounded by East Millbrook base area. This change will align feeder patterns and affect only 2
students.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 648.0,670.0,705.0,738.0,615.0,627.0,298.1,298.2,298.3,309.0,310.1,310.2,311.
                           0



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Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 306.0,307.0,308.0,325.0,326.0,327.0,328.0,329.0,330.0,331.0,663.0,722.0,234.9
                           ,696.0,697.0


Into the school in 2009:     588.1
Into the school in 2010:     588.2,588.3
Into the school in 2011:     243.1,243.5

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wendell Middle                                                              School Number: 601

2008-09 Capacity:            416            2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1397
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 419                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        741
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           968

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends several base nodes (172.2, 172.3, 174.3, 174.4, 198.2, 608.0, and 711.0) to be
moved out of East Wake Middle and move to Wendell Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that
elementary students can move into middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 237
students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (161.0, 176.1, 177.1, 185.0, 185.1, 198.1, 198.3, 198.4, 198.5,
199.0, and 231.0) to be moved out of Wendell Middle and move to East Wake Middle. This is to align
feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with their peers. This affects
approximately 97 students.

Staff recommends that traditional calendar application students from East Wake Middle be assigned to
Wendell Middle rather than Zebulon Middle School. This moves approximately 87 students from
Zebulon Middle to Wendell Middle School and assigns these traditional application students to a closer
school.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 161.0,176.1,177.1,185.0,185.1,198.1,198.3,198.4,198.5,199.0,231.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     172.2,172.3,174.3,174.4,198.2,608.0,711.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     161.0,162.0,163.1,163.2,163.3,163.4,164.1,164.2,165.0,166.0,167.1,167.2,168
                             .0,169.0,170.0,170.1,171.1,171.2,171.3,171.4,171.5,172.1,172.2,172.3,173.0,1
                             74.1,174.2,174.3,174.4,174.5,174.6,174.7,175.0,176.0,176.1,177.0,177.1,178.
                             0,180.0,181.0,182.0,183.0,184.0,195.1,195.2,197.0,198.1,198.2,198.3,198.4,1
                             98.5,199.0,224.1,224.2,232.1,233.2,234.2,234.8,248.3,608.0,618.0,633.0,711.
                             0,755.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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West Cary Middle                                                           School Number: 604

2008-09 Capacity:            1104          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1104
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1139                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1685
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1017

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends 1 base node (061.0) to be moved out of West Cary Middle and move to Davis Drive
Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with
their peers. This affects approximately 25 students.

Staff recommends 4 base nodes (367.4, 371.3, 371.4, and 684.0) to be moved out of West Cary Middle
and move to Reedy Creek Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move
into middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 135 students.

Staff recommends 4 base nodes (374.1, 380.8, 657.1, and 657.2) to be moved out of West Cary Middle
and move to East Cary Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move
into middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 59 students.

Staff recommends 1 base node (060.0) to be moved out of West Cary Middle and move to Ligon
Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school with
their peers. This affects approximately 42 students.

Staff recommends 2 base nodes (049.0 and 139.0) to be moved out of West Cary Middle and move to
Salem Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school
with their peers. This affects approximately 8 students.

Staff recommends several base nodes (375.0, 376.0, 377.1, 377.2, 377.3, 377.4, 378.1, 378.2, 378.3,
378.4, 628.1, 628.2, 700.1, and 700.2) be moved out of West Cary Middle and move to M10 Mills Park
Middle site. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle school
with their peers and populate M10. This affects approximately 428 students.

Staff recommends that several traditional calendar application nodes be moved into West Cary Middle
so that all of Mills Park Middle applies to West Cary Middle for the traditional calendar.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 374.1,380.8,657.1,657.2,060.0
Out of the school in 2010: 061.0,367.4,371.3,371.4,684.0,049.0,139.0,375.0,376.0,377.1,377.2,377.3,377.4
                           ,378.1,378.2,378.3,378.4,628.1,628.2,700.1,700.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     392.0,393.1,393.2,393.3,393.4,393.5,394.1,394.2,394.3,394.4,394.5,394.6,395
                             .0,396.0,397.0,398.3,404.0,405.0,545.0,604.0,703.0
Into the school in 2011:




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West Lake Middle                                                           School Number: 607

2008-09 Capacity:            1443           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1443
2008-09 Calendar:            Year-Round     2011-12 Calendar:      Year-Round

2008-09 Membership: 1420                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1631
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1371

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends 2 base nodes (619.0 and 671.0) be moved out of East Garner Middle and move to
West Lake Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle
school with their peers. This affects approximately 111 students.

Staff recommends 3 base nodes (725.0, 743.0, and 744.0) be moved out of North Garner Middle and
move to West Lake Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into
middle school with their peers. This affects approximately 64 students.

Staff recommends 2 base nodes (730.0 and 733.0) be moved out of West Lake Middle and move to
Fuquay Varina Middle. This is to align feeder patterns so that elementary students can move into middle
school with their peers. This affects approximately 16 students.

Staff recommends 7 base nodes (448.1, 448.2, 448.3, 448.4, 460.1, 461.3, 461.4 and 470.1) to be
moved out of West Lake Middle and move to M9 Holly Grove Middle site. This is to align feeder patterns
so that elementary students can move into middle school with their peers and to populate M9. This
affects approximately 171 students.

Staff recommends one base node (138.0) from West Lake Middle to Lufkin Middle to relieve
overcrowding at West Lake Middle and increase the percentage of low-income students at Lufkin Middle.

Staff recommends 2 year-round application nodes to be moved out of North Garner Middle and move to
West Lake Middle. Base nodes were moved to West Lake.

Staff recommends several year-round application nodes be moved out of West Lake Middle to
correspond with a change in base assignment to a year-round middle school.

Staff recommends that several year-round application nodes be moved out of West Lake Middle to East
Cary Middle so that nodes applying to Adams Elementary apply to East Cary Middle for the year-round
calendar.

Staff recommends that the traditional calendar application school remain Dillard Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 138.0,493.1
Out of the school in 2010: 730.0,733.0,448.1,448.2,448.3,448.4,460.1,461.3,461.4,470.1
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     619.0,671.0
Into the school in 2010:     725.0,743.0,744.0


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Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 419.1,419.4,419.5,419.6,419.7,419.8,421.0,422.1,422.2,441.2,441.3,441.4,442
                           .1,442.2,442.3,443.0,446.0,447.1,447.2,137.0,445.2,495.2,524.2
Out of the school in 2010: 056.0,057.1,497.1,049.0,139.0,141.2,435.4,450.0,451.1,458.2,459.3,460.2,460
                           .3,461.1,461.2,461.5,461.6,463.0,465.2,659.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     619.0,671.0
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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West Millbrook Middle                                                       School Number: 608

2008-09 Capacity:            1144           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1144
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 905                     2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        662
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           870

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 575 students) be moved into West Millbrook
Middle so that elementary students can move into middle school with their elementary school peers and
to better utilize available seats. This includes 4 nodes from Carroll Middle (244.4, 244.9, 291.2, 291.5)
where students are assigned to Baileywick, Brassfield, or North Ridge Elementary; 2 nodes from
Daniels Middle (39.2, 39.3) where students are assigned to Baileywick; 1 node from East Millbrook
Middle (273.2) where students are assigned to Green Elementary; 3 nodes from Leesville Middle (339.1,
339.2, 339.3) where students are assigned to Jeffrey's Grove Elementary; and several nodes from
Wakefield Middle (298.1, 298.2, 298.3, 309.0, 310.1, 310.2, 311.0) where students are assigned to
Brassfield or Pleasant Union.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 125 students) be moved out of West Millbrook into:
Carroll Middle (321.1), Daniels Middle (65.1, 151.0, 673.0), East Millbrook Middle (146.1, 146.2, 147.0,
148.0, 149.0, 245.5, 272.3, 272.4, 272.5, 272.6, 272.7, and 685.0), Leesville Road Middle (271.1), Ligon
Middle (65.2), and Moore Square Middle (150.0).

Staff recommends that some traditional calendar application nodes be assigned out of West Millbrook
Middle to correspond with base node moves.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 321.1,065.1,151.0,673.0,146.1,146.2,147.0,148.0,149.0,245.5,272.3,272.4,272.
                           5,272.6,272.7,685.0,271.1,065.2,150.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     244.4,244.9,291.2,291.5,039.2,039.3,273.2,339.1,339.2,339.3,298.1,298.2,298
                             .3,309.0,310.1,310.2,311.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 272.1,242.2
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Zebulon Middle                                                            School Number: 636

2008-09 Capacity:            997           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     997
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 852                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1164
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1077

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends no changes to the base assignments for Zebulon Middle.

Staff recommends that traditional calendar application students whose base is East Wake Middle be
assigned to Wendell Middle rather than Zebulon Middle School. This moves approximately 87 students
from Zebulon Middle to Wendell Middle School as Wendell Middle moves into its permanent facility and
assigns these traditional application students to a closer school.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 161.0,162.0,163.1,163.2,163.3,163.4,164.1,164.2,165.0,166.0,167.1,167.2,168
                           .0,169.0,170.0,170.1,171.1,171.2,171.3,171.4,171.5,172.1,172.2,172.3,173.0,1
                           74.1,174.2,174.3,174.4,174.5,174.6,174.7,175.0,176.0,176.1,177.0,177.1,178.
                           0,180.0,181.0,182.0,183.0,184.0,195.1,195.2,197.0,198.1,198.2,198.3,198.4,1
                           98.5,199.0,224.1,224.2,232.1,233.2,234.2,234.8,248.3,608.0,618.0,633.0,711.

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                             0,755.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Apex High                                                                    School Number: 316

2008-09 Capacity:            2107          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       2491
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2201                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          2480
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             2526

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that three nodes be moved into the Apex High base area over the next three years
and two nodes be removed from the Apex High base area beginning with the 2009-10 school year. This
will improve continuity for middle school to high school feeder patterns, better utilize available space at
Athens Drive High School, and improve the balance between Cary High, Athens High and Apex High
regarding service to students with higher needs.

Staff recommends that approximately 104 students from two nodes (383.3 and 384.4) be assigned from
Apex High to Athens Drive High to better utilize available space at Athens Drive High. These nodes are
assigned to Dillard Middle School and other nearby nodes assigned to Dillard Middle are also assigned
to Athens Drive.

Staff recommends that approximately 83 students from two nodes (728.0, 587.0) be assigned into Apex
High because these nodes are assigned to middle schools where most of the students move from
middle school into Apex High.

Finally, staff recommends that approximately 45 students from node 384.8 reassigned into Apex High
from Cary High in order to reduce the number of students with higher needs at Cary High.

Crowding at Apex High will continue. Consideration will be given to installing more modular classrooms
at Apex in future years until crowding relief can be provided when a new high school can be built in the
Apex area.

Although Apex will continue to have a much lower than average percentage of students from low-income
families, staff does not see a practical way to further impact that percentage until another new high
school can be opened.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 383.3,384.4
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     384.8,728.0
Into the school in 2010:     587.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
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Athens Drive High                                                           School Number: 318

2008-09 Capacity:            1996           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1996
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1824                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1740
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1829

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 268 students) from Apex High (383.3, 384.4),
Middle Creek High (423.2, 441.3, 446.0, 447.2), Sanderson High (67.0) and Southeast Raleigh High
(441.4, 442.1, 442.2, 442.3) be assigned to Athens Drive High to better utilize available seats at Athens
Drive High, reduce crowding at Apex High, and to allow middle school students to move to high school
with their peers.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 169 students) from Athens Drive High be assigned
to Broughton High (48.0, 96.0, 672.0, 716.0), Cary High (7.0, 579.0, 580.0), Green Hope High (97.0,
524.3), Middle Creek High (524.1), and Panther Creek High (444.4), to allow middle school students to
move to high school with their peers and to assign students closer to their school.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 048.0,096.0,672.0,716.0,007.0,579.0,580.0,097.0,524.3,524.1,444.4
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     383.3,384.4,423.2,441.3,446.0,447.2,067.0,441.4,442.1,442.2,442.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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Broughton High                                                               School Number: 348

2008-09 Capacity:            2081           2011-12 Planned Capacity:       2081
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2249                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:         2459
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:            2501

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Due to the Board of Education's decision to phase out the magnet program over the next 5 years from
Broughton High, staff has recommended a number of changes to help fill seats vacated as Broughton
no longer accepts magnet applicants and to align feeder pattern continuity from middle to high school.

Staff recommends that several nodes be moved into Broughton: 4 nodes (48.0, 96.0, 672.0, 716.0) from
Athens Drive, 1 node (151.0) from Enloe, 2 nodes (50.0, 51.0) from Green Hope, 9 nodes (78.2, 361.1,
361.2, 361.3, 529.0, 543.0, 544.0, 584.0, 673.0) from Leesville High, 4 nodes (146.1, 146.2, 149.0,
150.0) from Millbrook High, 12 nodes (357.1, 357.2, 357.3, 358.0, 359.0, 360.0, 621.0, 642.0, 666.0,
667.0, 702.0, 708.0) from Panther Creek High, and 5 nodes (65.1, 66.1, 147.0, 148.0, 731.0) from
Sanderson High. This affects approximately 480 students and allows students to move to high school
with their middle school peers. In addition, these moves work to relieve the overcrowding at many of
these high schools. The recommended moves from Leesville and Panther Creek align the Stough
Elementary and Brier Creek Elementary feeder areas with Broughton High School.

Staff recommends that several nodes be moved out of Broughton to allow middle school students to
move to high school with their middle school peers. This includes: 3 nodes (141.1, 141.2, 142.0) to
Green Hope High, 4 nodes (79.0, 155.0, 593.1, 593.2) to Leesville Road High, 5 nodes (240.1, 240.2,
240.3, 242.1, 526.0) to Millbrook High, and 1 node (144.0) to Sanderson High. This affects
approximately 455 students.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 141.1,141.2,142.0
Out of the school in 2010: 079.0,155.0,593.1,593.2,240.1,240.2,240.3,242.1,526.0,144.0
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     048.0,096.0,672.0,716.0,050.0,051.0
Into the school in 2010:     151.0,078.2,361.1,361.2,361.3,529.0,543.0,544.0,584.0,673.0,146.1,146.2,149
                             .0,150.0,357.1,357.2,357.3,358.0,359.0,360.0,621.0,642.0,666.0,667.0,702.0,7
                             08.0,065.1,066.1,147.0,148.0,731.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:




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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
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Cary High                                                                   School Number: 368

2008-09 Capacity:            2243           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2243
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1751                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1701
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           2241

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 729 students) be moved into Cary High School to
better utilize the Cary High facility, relieve overcrowding at Panther Creek High, allow middle school
students to move to high school with their peers, and decrease the percentage of low-income students at
Cary High making it more aligned with the county average for low-income students. This includes 3
nodes from Athens Drive (7.0, 579.0, 580.0); 2 nodes from Green Hope High (380.8, 658.0); and 19
nodes from Panther Creek High (362.0, 363.0, 364.0, 365.1. 365.2, 366.1, 366.5, 366.6, 366.7, 366.8,
367.1, 367.3, 367.4, 367.6, 367.7, 367.8, 576.0, 582.0, 583.0).

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 170 students) be moved out of Cary High to allow
middle school students to move to high school with their peers. This includes 1 node to Apex High
(384.8), 1 node to Enloe High (60.0), 2 nodes to Green Hope High (61.0, 369.3), and 1 node (370.8) to
Panther Creek High.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 384.8,060.0,061.0,369.3
Out of the school in 2010: 370.8
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     007.0,579.0,580.0,380.8,362.0,363.0,364.0,365.1,365.2,366.1,366.5,366.6,366
                             .7,366.8,367.8,576.0,582.0,583.0
Into the school in 2010:     367.1,367.3,367.4,367.6,367.7
Into the school in 2011:     658.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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East Wake High                                                            School Number: 411

2008-09 Capacity:            0             2011-12 Planned Capacity:     400
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership:                        2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1561
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1301

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that two nodes (approximately 50 students) be assigned from East Wake High to
Knightdale High to allow middle school students to move to high school with their peers. These nodes
include: 166.0 and 172.2.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 180 students) be assigned from East Wake High
to Wake Forest-Rolesville High to improve the comparability of schools as called for in Board Policy
6200. These nodes include: 206.0, 207.0, 218.0, and 219.0.

Staff recommends that two nodes (approximately 30 students) be assigned from East Wake High to
Heritage High to help populate the new school site. These nodes include: 198.4 and 198.5.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 166.0,172.2
Out of the school in 2010: 198.4,198.5
Out of the school in 2011: 206.0,207.0,218.0,219.0


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Enloe High                                                                  School Number: 412

2008-09 Capacity:            2587           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2587
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2641                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        2738
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           2886

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that Enloe High receive several nodes (approximately 195 students) to allow middle
school students to attend high school with their peers and to achieve the objectives of the magnet
program. This includes 1 node from Cary High (60.0), 1 node from Green Hope High (52.0), 4 nodes
from Knightdale High (237.2, 238.1, 682.0, 742.0), 4 nodes from Leesville Road High (74.3, 77.0, 78.1,
81.0), 1 node from Millbrook High (68.0), and 5 nodes from Sanderson High (65.2, 66.3, 66.4, 143.1,
143.2).

Staff recommends that two nodes (approximately 40) be reassigned out of Enloe to allow middle school
students to attend high school with their peers and to achieve the objectives of the magnet program. This
includes 1 node to Broughton High (151.0), and 1 node to Leesville Road High (75.2).

The changes recommended by staff will raise the percentage of students from low-income families at
Enloe and improve alignment with the goals of the magnet school program.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 075.2
Out of the school in 2010: 151.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     060.0,052.0,237.2,238.1,682.0,742.0,074.3,077.0,078.1,081.0,068.0
Into the school in 2010:     065.2,066.3,066.4,143.1,143.2
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:




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Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Fuquay-Varina High                                                        School Number: 428

2008-09 Capacity:            1903          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     2095
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1843                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       2181
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          2166

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends three nodes (470.1, 488.0 and 488.1) from Middle Creek High (approximately 105
students) be assigned to Fuquay-Varina High to allow middle school students to move to high school
with their peers.

Staff recommends several nodes (approximately 120 students) be assigned from Fuquay-Varina High to
Garner High (516.0) and Holly Springs High (458.2, 465.2) to allow middle school students to move to
high school with their peers.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 516.0
Out of the school in 2010: 458.2,465.2
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     470.1
Into the school in 2010:     488.0,488.1
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Garner High                                                                 School Number: 436

2008-09 Capacity:            2150           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2150
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2317                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        2410
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           2274

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 280 students) be assigned out of Garner High to
create space at Garner for magnet school applicants and to make the low-income populations at Garner
and Middle Creek more comparable. This includes: 8 nodes to Middle Creek High (497.4, 497.5, 497.7,
497.8, 665.0, 690.0, 725.0, 743.0), and 4 nodes to Southeast Raleigh High (497.2, 497.6, 686.0, 744.0).

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 150 students) be assigned to Garner High from
Fuquay-Varina High (516.0), and Middle Creek High (470.2, 470.3, 473.0, 613.0) to allow middle school
students to move to high school with their peers.

Crowding at Garner will continue until a new high school can be built in the area.


Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 497.4,497.5,497.7,497.8,665.0,690.0,725.0,743.0,497.2,497.6,686.0,744.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     516.0,470.2,470.3,473.0,613.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
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Green Hope High                                                             School Number: 441

2008-09 Capacity:            2113           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2113
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2006                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        2332
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           2447

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 215 students) be reassigned to Green Hope High
School to allow middle school students to move to high school with their peers, and to increase the
percentage of low-income students at Green Hope High to make Green Hope High more aligned with
the county average for low-income students. This includes 2 nodes from Athens Drive High (97.0,
524.3), 3 nodes from Broughton High (141.1, 141.2, 142.0), and 2 nodes from Cary High (61.0, 369.3).

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 100 students) be reassigned out of Green Hope
High to allow middle school students to move to high school with their peers. This includes 2 nodes to
Broughton High (50.0, 51.0), 2 nodes to Cary High (380.8, 658.0), and 1 node to Enloe (52.0).



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 050.0,051.0,380.8,052.0
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011: 658.0


Into the school in 2009:     097.0,524.3,141.1,141.2,142.0,061.0,369.3
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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H6 Site High School                                                          School Number: H6

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:       2223
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1401

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
H-6 High School will open in the 2010-2011 school year at the new Heritage High School site for 9th and
10th grade students. H-6 will move into its permanent site in the 2011-2012 school year.

Staff recommends that students assigned to H-6 High come from East Wake (198.4, 198.5); Knighdale
High (248.1, 617.0, 622.0, 704.0, 707.0, 709.0, 710.0, 732.0, 735.0, 752.0, and 755.0); Leesville High
(244.1, 244.4, 244.9); Millbrook High (234.9, 696.0, and 697.0), Wake Forest-Rolesville High (248.2,
249.0, 250.0, 251.0, 261.0, 263.0, 268.3, 269.0, 270.0, 275.2, 275.3, 276.0, 277.1, 277.2, 277.3, 616.0
and 629.0), and Wakefield High (233.2, 233.6, 233.9, 234.2, 234.8, 247.0, 615.0, 625.0, 626.0, 636.0,
and 680.0).



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     248.1,617.0,622.0,704.0,707.0,709.0,710.0,732.0,735.0,752.0,755.0,234.9,696
                             .0,697.0,248.2,249.0,250.0,251.0,261.0,263.0,268.3,269.0,270.0,275.2,275.3,2
                             76.0,277.1,277.2,277.3,616.0,629.0,233.2,233.6,233.9,234.2,234.8,247.0,615.
                             0,625.0,626.0,636.0,680.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:



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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Heritage High                                                                School Number: H2

2008-09 Capacity:            0              2011-12 Planned Capacity:       1663
2008-09 Calendar:                           2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership:                         2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        0
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1389

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The Heritage High School Site will open in the 2010-2011 school year for 9th and 10th grade students.

Staff recommends that students assigned to Heritage High come from Knightdale High (198.1, 198.2,
198.3, 706.0, 717.0, 718.0, 719.0, 720.0), Millbrook High (235.4, 241.1, 241.2, 243.2,244.2, 244.7, 525.0,
610.0, and 712.0); Wake Forest -Rolesville High ( 275.1, 278.1, 278.2,, 285.2, 285.3, 286.1, 286.2,
287.0, 585.1, 585.2, 585.3, 585.4, and 678.0), and from Wakefield High (274.0, 288.1, 288.2, 288.3,
288.4, 288.5, 288.6, 289.1, 289.2, 624.0, 627.0, 630.0, 648.0, 653.0, 669.0, 670.0, 677.0, 681.0, 705.0,
and 738.0).

Staff recommends movement from East Wake High to Heritage High: two nodes (198.4 and 198.5) for a
total of 29 students. And from Leesville Rd High to Heritage High, three nodes (244.1, 244.4, and 244.9)
affecting 75 students.

The middle school feeder schools to Heritage High will be: East Millbrook Middle, Heritage Middle, and
Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     198.4,198.5,198.1,198.2,198.3,706.0,717.0,718.0,719.0,720.0,235.4,241.1,241
                             .2,243.2,244.2,244.7,525.0,610.0,712.0,275.1,278.1,278.2,285.2,285.3,286.1,2
                             86.2,287.0,585.1,585.2,585.3,585.4,678.0,274.0,288.1,288.2,288.3,288.4,288.
                             5,288.6,289.1,289.2,624.0,627.0,630.0,648.0,653.0,669.0,670.0,677.0,681.0,7
                             05.0,738.0
Into the school in 2011:     244.1,244.4,244.9

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Holly Springs High                                                        School Number: 455

2008-09 Capacity:            1741          2011-12 Planned Capacity:     1933
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1671                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       1923
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1936

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends two nodes (approximately 96 students) from Fuquay-Varina High be assigned to Holly
Springs High to allow middle school students to move to high school with their peers. These nodes are
458.2 and 465.2.

Staff recommends that two nodes (approximately 83 students) be assigned from Holly Springs High to
Apex High to allow middle school students to move to high school with their peers. Thes nodes are
587.0 and 728.0.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 728.0
Out of the school in 2010: 587.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     458.2,465.2
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Knightdale High                                                            School Number: 466

2008-09 Capacity:            2059           2011-12 Planned Capacity:     2059
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:      Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1807                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:       2068
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:          1907

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 250 students) be reassigned to Knightdale High
School to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers. This includes 2 nodes from
East Wake High (166.0, 172.2), and 6 nodes from Millbrook High (235.1, 235.2, 235.3, 235.5, 235.6,
607.0).

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 410 students) be reassigned out of Knightdale
High to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers and to help populate the new
Heritage High and H-6 High sites. This includes 4 nodes to Enloe High (237.2, 238.1, 682.0, 742.0), 1
node to Southeast Raleigh High (237.1), 2 nodes to Wake Forest-Rolesville (721.0, 736.0), 8 nodes to
Heritage High (198.1, 198.2, 198.3, 706.0, 717.0, 718.0, 719.0, 720.0), and 11 nodes to H-6 High (248.1,
617.0, 622.0, 704.0, 707.0, 709.0, 710.0, 732.0, 735.0, 752.0, 755.0).

Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 237.2,238.1,682.0,742.0,237.1
Out of the school in 2010: 721.0,736.0,198.1,198.2,198.3,706.0,717.0,718.0,719.0,720.0,248.1,617.0,622.0
                           ,704.0,707.0,709.0,710.0,732.0,735.0,752.0,755.0
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     166.0,172.2
Into the school in 2010:     235.1,235.2,235.5,235.6,607.0
Into the school in 2011:     235.3

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Leesville Road High                                                         School Number: 473

2008-09 Capacity:            2363           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2363
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2502                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        2642
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           2421

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes be reassigned into Leesville Road High to relieve overcrowding at
Panther Creek High School in the 2010-11school year.

Staff recommends that 6 nodes from Broughton High (79.0, 155.0, 593.1, 593.2), 1 node from Enloe
High (75.2), and several nodes from Sanderson High (21.0, 66.2, 271.1, 291.4, 745.0, and 746.0) also
be reassigned into Leesville High in the 2010-11 school year. It will improve feeder pattern alignment
from middle school to high school.

Staff recommends that approximately 900 students be reassigned out of Leesville Road High to avoid
further overcrowding at the school, to improve feeder pattern continuity and allow students to move to
high school with their peers, and to help populate other area high schools as the new Heritage and H-6
High Schools open and take students away from existing schools. This includes 9 nodes to Broughton
High (78.2, 361.1, 361.2, 361.3, 529.0, 543.0, 544.0, 584.0, and 673.0); 4 nodes to Enloe High (74.3,
77.0, 78.1, and 81.0); 3 nodes to Millbrook High ( 245.5, 324.2, and 337.3), 4 nodes to Sanderson High
(245.2, 245.4, 245.6, and 321.1) and 1 node to Southeast Raleigh High (244.8).

Staff also recommends three nodes move to Heritage High from Leesville Road High (244.1, 244.4, and
344.9) to help populate the new school.

These moves reflect an overall movement of students from the western part of the county to the
northeastern part of the county as we open the new northern area high schools.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 074.3,077.0,078.1,081.0,244.8
Out of the school in 2010: 078.2,361.1,361.2,361.3,529.0,543.0,544.0,584.0,673.0,245.5,324.2,337.3,245.2
                           ,245.4,245.6,321.1
Out of the school in 2011: 244.1,244.4,244.9


Into the school in 2009:     075.2
Into the school in 2010:     079.0,155.0,593.1,593.2,021.0,066.2,271.1,291.4,745.0,746.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:



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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Middle Creek High                                                           School Number: 495

2008-09 Capacity:            2083           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2083
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1697                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1917
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1853

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes be assigned to Middle Creek High from Athens Drive High (524.1)
and Garner High (497.4, 497.5, 497.7, 497.8, 665.0, 690.0, 725.0, and 743.0,) and to raise the
percentage of low income students at Middle Creek High to be more aligned with the county average, to
assign students to a closer school, and to allow middle school students to attend high school with their
peers.

Staff recommends that several nodes be assigned to Athens Drive High (423.2, 441.3, 446.0, and
447.2); Fuquay-Varina High (470.1, 488.0, and 488.1 ) and Garner High (470.2, 470.3, 473.0, and
613.0) to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers.



Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 423.2,441.3,446.0,447.2,470.1,470.2,470.3,473.0,613.0
Out of the school in 2010: 488.0,488.1
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     524.1,497.4,497.5,497.7,497.8,665.0,690.0,725.0,743.0
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Millbrook High                                                              School Number: 500

2008-09 Capacity:            2492           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2492
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2417                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        2408
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1613

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
The Board of Education has decided that Millbrook High will become an International Baccalaureate
Programme Magnet school beginning in the 2010-2011 school year. In addition, two new high schools
are opening in the eastern part of the county for 2010-2011 school year. As a result, staff is
recommending that several base nodes be moved out of Millbrook High School to make room for
magnet applicants and help populate the new Heritage High and H6 High sites. In addition, some base
nodes are being recommended to move into Millbrook High to align middle school feeder patterns.

Staff recommends that several nodes be reassigned into Millbrook High. This includes: 5 nodes from
Broughton High (240.1, 240.2, 240.3, 242.1, 526.0), 3 nodes from Leesville Road High (245.5, 324.2,
and 337.3), 4 nodes from Sanderson High (39.2, 39.3, 312.5, and 322.1), and 1 node from Wakefield
High (298.3).

Staff recommends that several nodes be reassigned out of Millbrook High. This includes: 4 nodes to
Broughton High (146.1, 146.2, 149.0, 150.0), 1 node to Enloe High (68.0), 6 nodes to Knightdale High
(235.1, 235.2. 235.3, 235.5, 235.6, 607.0), 3 nodes to Sanderson High (245.3, 272.2, 756.0), 3 nodes to
Southeast Raleigh High (244.3, 244.5, 244.6), 4 nodes to Wake Forest-Rolesville High (243.3, 243.4,
243.6, 243.7), 7 nodes to Wakefield High (234.3, 234.4, 243.1, 243.5, 588.1, 588.2, 588.3), 9 nodes to
Heritage High (235.4, 241.1, 241.2, 243.2, 244.2, 244.7, 525.0, 610.0, 712.0), and 3 nodes to the H6
High site (234.9, 696.0, 697.0).
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 068.0,244.3,244.5,244.6,588.1,588.2,588.3
Out of the school in 2010: 146.1,146.2,149.0,150.0,235.1,235.2,235.5,235.6,607.0,245.3,272.2,756.0,243.3
                           ,243.4,243.6,243.7,234.3,234.4,243.1,243.5,235.4,241.1,241.2,243.2,244.2,244.
                           7,525.0,610.0,712.0,234.9,696.0,697.0
Out of the school in 2011: 235.3


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     240.1,240.2,240.3,242.1,526.0,245.5,324.2,337.3,039.2,039.3,298.3
Into the school in 2011:     312.5,322.1

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:




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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Panther Creek High                                                          School Number: 526

2008-09 Capacity:            1747          2011-12 Planned Capacity:       2275
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:        Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2194                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          3220
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             2503

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Although crowding at Panther Creek High will continue until we are able to build another high school in
the western area of the county, staff is recommending several moves to reduce the student population at
Panther Creek.

In the 2010-11 school year staff is recommending additional reassignments to Broughton (nodes 357.1,
357.2, 357.3, 358.0, 359.0, 360.0, 621.0, 642.0, 666.0, 667.0, 702.0, and 708.0) and to Cary High (nodes
362.0, 363.0, 364.0, 365.1, 365.2, 366.1, 366.5, 366.6, 366.7, 366.8, 367.1, 367.3, 367.4, 367.6, 367.7,
367.8, 576.0, 582.0, and 583.0)

Staff recommends that Node 444.4 (approximately 30 students) be assigned to Panther Creek High from
Athens Drive High to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers and slightly raise
the percentage of low income students at Panther Creek High for the 2009-2010 school year.

Staff recommends that Node 370.8 (approximately 37 students) be assigned to Panther Creek High
from Cary High to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers and slightly raise
the percentage of low income students at Panther Creek High for the 2010-11 school year.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 362.0,363.0,364.0,365.1,365.2,366.1,366.5,366.6,366.7,366.8,367.8,576.0,582.
                           0,583.0
Out of the school in 2010: 357.1,357.2,357.3,358.0,359.0,360.0,621.0,642.0,666.0,667.0,702.0,708.0,367.1
                           ,367.3,367.4,367.6,367.7
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:     444.4
Into the school in 2010:     370.8
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:


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Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Sanderson High                                                                 School Number: 552

2008-09 Capacity:            1989           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      1989
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional    2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1946                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:           2119
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:              1845

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends that several nodes be reassigned into Sanderson High to allow students to move to
high school with their middle school peers and to help populate Sanderson High as it loses students to
other schools as a result of the opening of the new Heritage and H-6 High Sites. This includes 1 nodes
from Broughton (144.0), 4 nodes from Leesville Road High (245.2, 245.4, 245.6, and 321.1), and 3
nodes from Millbrook High (245.3, 272.2, 756.0).

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 587 students) be reassigned out of Sanderson
High to allow students to move to high school with their peers, and to help populate other area high
schools as the new Heritage and H-6 High Sites open. This includes 1 node to Athens Drive High (67.0),
5 nodes to Broughton High (65.1, 66.1, 147.0, 148.0, and 731.0), 5 nodes to Enloe High (65.2, 66.3,
66.4, 143.1, 143.2), 6 nodes to Leesville Road High (21.0, 66.2, 271.1, 291.4, 745.0, 746.0), and 4
nodes to Millbrook High (39.2, 39.3, 312.5, and 322.1).

These moves reflect a movement to the eastern part of the county to open the new high schools.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 067.0
Out of the school in 2010: 065.1,066.1,147.0,148.0,731.0,065.2,066.3,066.4,143.1,143.2,021.0,066.2,271.1
                           ,291.4,745.0,746.0,039.2,039.3
Out of the school in 2011: 312.5,322.1


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     144.0,245.2,245.4,245.6,321.1,245.3,272.2,756.0
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:


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Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Southeast Raleigh High                                                      School Number: 562

2008-09 Capacity:            2089           2011-12 Planned Capacity:      2089
2008-09 Calendar:            Modified       2011-12 Calendar:       Modified

2008-09 Membership: 1637                    2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        1689
                                            2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1835

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff recommends one node from Knightdale High (237.1), one node (approximately 15 students) from
Leesville Road High (244.8) and three nodes (approximately 105 students) from Millbrook High (244.3,
244.5, 244.6) to be assigned to Southeast Raleigh High to allow middle school students to move to high
school with their peers and to better utilize available seats at Southeast Raleigh High.

Staff recommends four node be assigned to Southeast Raleigh from Garner High (497.2, 497.6, 686.0,
and 744.0) and four nodes to Athens High be assigned from Southeast Raleigh. (441.4, 442.1, 442.2,
442.3).




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009: 441.4,442.1,442.2,442.3
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:     497.2,497.6,686.0,744.0,237.1,244.8,244.3,244.5,244.6
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
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Wake Early College                                                       School Number: 583

2008-09 Capacity:            204        2011-12 Planned Capacity:       254
2008-09 Calendar:            Modified   2011-12 Calendar:        Modified

2008-09 Membership: 204                 2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:
                                        2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Staff is not recommending any changes in the base assignments for this school for the 2009-10, 2010-
11, and 2011-12 school years.




Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wake Forest-Rolesville High                                                  School Number: 588

2008-09 Capacity:            2455          2011-12 Planned Capacity:        2263
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:         Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 1872                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:          2130
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:             2058

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
Wake Forest-Rolesville High's enrollment will be dramatically reduced by the opening of Heritage High
School and H6 High School. Staff is still examining feeder patterns and looking for recommendations
that will help utilize the available space in the Wake Forest-Rolesville facility after it completes the
renovation process.

Staff recommends that nodes projected include numerous students in grades 9-12 be assigned from
Wake Forest-Rolesville High to Heritage High in order to populate Heritage High School when it opens in
the 2010-11 school year. These recommendations are designed to move middle school students to high
school with as many of their peers as possible. The nodes identified by staff for Heritage High are:
275.1, 278.1, 278.2, 285.2, 285.3, 286.1, 286.2, 287.0, 585.1, 585.2, 585.3, 585.4, and 678.0).

Staff recommends that nodes projected to include approximately numerous students in grades 9-12 be
assigned from Wake Forest-Rolesville High to H6 High in order to populate H6 High School when it
opens in the Heritage High building in the 2010-11 school year. These recommendations are designed
to move middle school students to high school with as many of their peers as possible. The nodes
identified by staff for H6 High are: 248.2, 249.0, 250.0, 251.0, 261.0, 263.0, 268.3, 269.0, 270.0, 275.2,
275.3, 276.0, 277.1, 277.2, 277.3, 616.0, and 629.

Staff recommends that several nodes be assigned from East Wake High to Wake Forest-Rolesville High
to balance the schools socioeconomically. This includes nodes 206.0, 207.0, 218.0, and 291.0.

Staff recommends that several nodes (approximately 99 students) be assigned from Knightdale High to
Wake Forest-Rolesville High to align feeder patterns and eliminate spot nodes. This includes nodes
721.0 and 736.0.

Staff recommends that a group of nodes projected to include approximately 199 students in grades 9-12
be assigned from Millbrook High to Wake Forest-Rolesville High to align feeder patterns and raise the
percentage of students from low-income families at Wake Forest-Rolesville High. These nodes include
243.3, 243.4, 243.6, and 243.7

Staff recommends that a group of nodes projected to include approximately 314 students in grades 9-12
be assigned from Wakefield High to Wake Forest-Rolesville High to align feeder patterns, reduce
crowding at Wakefield and utilize available capacity at Wake Forest-Rolesville. These nodes include
304.1, 304.2, 305.0, 306.0, 325.0, 326.0, 327.0, 328.0, 329.0, 330.0, 331.0, 663.0, 687.0, and 722.0.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 275.1,278.1,278.2,285.2,285.3,286.1,286.2,287.0,585.1,585.2,585.3,585.4,678.0
                           ,248.2,249.0,250.0,251.0,261.0,263.0,268.3,269.0,270.0,275.2,275.3,276.0,277.
                           1,277.2,277.3,616.0,629.0
Out of the school in 2011:

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Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:     721.0,736.0,243.3,243.4,243.6,243.7,304.1,304.2,305.0,306.0,325.0,327.0,328
                             .0,329.0,330.0,331.0,663.0,687.0,722.0
Into the school in 2011:     206.0,207.0,218.0,219.0,326.0

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:


Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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Wakefield High                                                             School Number: 595

2008-09 Capacity:            2885          2011-12 Planned Capacity:      3077
2008-09 Calendar:            Traditional   2011-12 Calendar:       Traditional

2008-09 Membership: 2721                   2011-12 Projected Membership Without Changes:        3096
                                           2011-12 Projected Membership With Changes:           1882

Recommendations Developed By Growth and Planning Department Staff:
In the 2010-11 school year, Heritage High and H6 High will open and serve students in grades 9 and 10.
Staff is recommending that Wakefield High continue to operate with a 9th grade center after those
schools open.

Staff recommends that a group of nodes projected to include approximately 559 students in grades 9-12
be assigned from Wakefield High to H2 Heritage High to populate H2 Heritage High, align feeder
patterns and to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers. These nodes include
274.0, 288.1, 288.2, 288.3, 288.4, 288.5, 288.6, 289.1, 289.2,624.0, 627.0, 630.0, 648.0, 653.0, 669.0,
670.0, 677.0, 681.0, 705.0, 738.0.

Staff recommends that a group of nodes projected to include approximately 620 students in grades 9-12
be assigned from Wakefield High to the H6 future high school site to populate the new school, and to
align feeder patterns and to allow middle school students to attend high school with their peers. These
nodes include 233.2, 233.6, 233.9, 234.2, 234.8, 247.0, 615.0, 625.0, 626.0, 636.0, 680.0.

Staff recommends that a group of nodes projected to include approximately 316 students in grades 9-12
be assigned from Millbrook High to Wakefield High in 2010-11 to align feeder patterns, make the low-
income populations at Wakefield High more aligned with the county average and to allow middle school
students to attend high school with their peers. These nodes include 234.3, 234.4, 243.1, 243.5, 588.1,
588.2, and 588.3.

Staff recommends node 298.3 projected to include approximately 37 students in grades 9-12 be
assigned from Wakefield High to Millbrook High in 2010-11to align feeder patterns and allow middle
school students to attend high school with their peers and make the percentage of students from low-
income families at Millbrook more aligned with the county average.

Staff recommends that a group of nodes projected to include approximately 314 students in grades 9-12
be assigned from Wakefield High to Wake Forest-Rolesville High in 2010-11 to align middle school to
high school feeder patterns, reduce crowding at Wakefield, and utilize available capacity at Wake Forest-
Rolesville High when Heritage High and H6 High open in 2010-11. These nodes include 304.1, 304.2,
305.0, 306.0, 325.0, 326.0, 327.0, 328.0, 329.0, 330.0, 331.0, 663.0, 687.0, and 722.0.
Base area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010: 298.3,304.1,304.2,305.0,306.0,325.0,327.0,328.0,329.0,330.0,331.0,663.0,687.0
                           ,722.0,274.0,288.1,288.2,288.3,288.4,288.5,288.6,289.1,289.2,624.0,627.0,630.
                           0,648.0,653.0,669.0,670.0,677.0,681.0,705.0,738.0,233.2,233.6,233.9,234.2,234
                           .8,247.0,615.0,625.0,626.0,636.0,680.0
Out of the school in 2011: 326.0



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Into the school in 2009:     588.1,588.2,588.3
Into the school in 2010:     234.3,234.4,243.1,243.5
Into the school in 2011:

Year-round Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:

Traditional Calendar Application Area nodes impacted by STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:
Out of the school in 2009:
Out of the school in 2010:
Out of the school in 2011:

Into the school in 2009:
Into the school in 2010:
Into the school in 2011:




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