FAIRFIELD — A group that will recommend new high school boundaries is set to meet for the first time Wednesday.
The Fairfield-Suisun School District in December approved the creation of a committee that would make a recommendation to the school board on how to best adjust boundaries of high schools to even out population. The school board would then have the final say of any changes.
As part of the recent reconfiguration to several campuses, the boundaries for the three high schools will be shifted to balance the populations. No current students would be affected as changes would only apply to incoming freshmen for the 2013-14 school year.
The committee members came from recommendations of city leaders and labor unions, and recruitment from the public. The original charge was to include members of the business community, parents and student representatives.
The list of committee members includes Patrick Cleaver, a retired high school teacher; Sharon Dunlap, community representative; Denise LeGrande, community representative; Kevin McNamara, a teacher’s union representative; Jennifer Marlette, a parent; Kim Morgan, a parent; Kathryn Price, a school employee representative; and Steven Wolf, a former Rodriquez High School student.
The group will meet at 5:30 p.m. in Room 102 of the district’s central office at 2490 Hilborn Road.
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