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North Allegheny school directors will vote Feb. 19 on the administration’s fourth and final redistricting plan that would move fewer than 200 elementary students and allow current fourth- and seventh-grade students to stay where they are.

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The North Allegheny’s School District’s fourth redistricting scenario, which was formed in response to opposition from parents, is also drawing opposition.

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The North Allegheny School District’s final redistricting plan moves fewer than 200 elementary students and allows current fourth- and seventh-grade students to stay in their current schools.

The plan, which was presented to the school board at its work session Wednesday, also keeps the Franklintowne neighborhood at Ingomar Elementary and the Spring Ridge neighborhood at Franklin Elementary. Residents of those plans pleaded with the district to let them stay in their current schools.

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North Allegheny School District administrators are working on a fourth redistricting plan, one that takes into account comments from parents during focus group meetings.

“We’re hearing folks loud and clear,” said Robert Scherer, assistant superintendent for K-12 education.

The new plan would move fewer students, less than 300, and could allow the current fourth- and seventh-graders to stay put for their last year in a building, as long as their parents provide transportation.

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To review the NASD E-Report from the December 18, 2013 school board meeting, please click here.

The administration’s presentation, “Redistricting Update 12/18/13,”  can be viewed here.

The next school board meeting is scheduled for January 15, 2014 at 7pm.