FAIRFIELD — The committee that has studied new high school boundaries for much of Fairfield and Suisun City will present its recommendation Thursday to the school board.
The Fairfield-Suisun School District’s Board of Trustees is exploring the reorganization of its high school boundaries. The goal is to even the population among the three campuses and to set up clean feeder schools. The board meets at 6 p.m. in the District Office at 2490 Hilborn Road.
Officials have moved the issue to the second item on the agenda to accommodate people who wish to speak on the topic. No vote is scheduled on the item until the March 21 meeting.
Any decisions made would only affect incoming freshmen, not any students currently in the school.
A committee of community members met throughout February and picked an option to present to the board, which has final approval of the decision. Some of the considerations of the committee included capacity of each school site, transportation and curriculum taught at each school.
The board was given a brief explanation of the charge and timeline of the group at the Feb. 28 meeting to allow the public to have one more opportunity to speak on the topic, said Superintendent Jacki Cottingim-Dias.
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