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Provide input on boundary changes for elementary schools

Later this fall, the Arlington School Board will begin a process to develop boundaries for a new elementary school on the Williamsburg campus, and to help relieve crowding at neighboring elementary schools.  The School Board has identified 7 communities to engage in this process (presumably because they will be the ones most affected), and Jamestown is one of them (the others are Ashlawn, Glebe, McKinley, Nottingham, Taylor, and Tuckahoe).  Arlington parents and community members are invited to a community meeting on elementary boundaries on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 7 – 9 p.m. at Williamsburg Middle School (3600 North Harrison Street). In addition, you are invited to participate in a survey that has been created to help define successful community engagement for the proposed boundary process. Feedback will help APS to better understand community concerns, and identify tools to ensure a transparent and successful process. Please feel free to participate in this survey, which is available online.