Tuscaloosa City School Meetings This Week to Address Big Changes

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In December, the Tuscaloosa City School Board approved the The Tuscaloosa City Schools will host a series of community meetings to inform parents about the implementation of the system's Integrated Curriculum, Facilities and Demographics Strategic Plan. The plan, which was passed in December, focuses on three areas: curriculum and instruction, investment in staff and capital projects.
Simultaneous community-wide meetings will be held at each of the system's three high schools Feb.18 at 6 p.m. The meetings, to be held in the auditoriums of Central, Northridge and Paul W. Bryant high schools, will outline the scope of the project for parents and how it will unfold in the months to follow.

Part of the plan calls for the redrawing of attendance zoning lines. Parents of students whose school attendance zone will be impacted for the 2016-2017 school year have already been notified by a letter mailed to the address listed on file.  However, the district will host meetings to explain the transition process to parents of impacted high school students on Feb. 25 at 6 p.m.  Parents should attend the high school meeting for which your child has been zoned in the fall on this date.
As part of the plan, Southview Middle School will close at the end of this current school year and will combine with Eastwood Middle starting in the fall of 2016.  A meeting has been planned for these families March 24 at 6 p.m. at Eastwood Middle.
Additionally, a meeting has been scheduled for parents of English Language Learners March 7 at 6 p.m. at the Central Office, located at 1210 21st Avenue.
To determine if your home address has zoning impacts this fall, visit tuscaloosacityschools.com

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