LIVERPOOL, N.Y. -- The Liverpool Central School District is once again exploring the possibility of redistricting. The district's Advisory Committee held their latest meeting Tuesday night.
The committee, composed of more than 60 parents, teachers and administrators, was first formed last spring. They're working on developing a proposal to redraw the geographic boundaries for all the schools in the district for next school year. The goal is to look at current enrollment and determine how best to spread students across the entire county.
Committee members say the plan has changed a lot since the process began.
"It's been absolutely completely different than what we started with. And most of it has been community input, building concerns. So it is a work in progress," said Ann Hamlin, who is a member of the Redistricting Advisory Committee.
The committee hopes to have a recommendation for the school board by mid-November.
If you'd like to learn more about the process, or attend meetings, visit www.liverpool.k12.ny.us for more information.