BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County School Board is prepared to approve sweeping changes to the zoning boundaries of A-Rated Calusa Elementary School. The changes will relocate groups of current Calusa students to other schools throughout the greater Boca Raton area. Whispering Pines, Addison Mizner, JC Mitchell and Sunrise Park students will also be subject to rezoning. The meeting is set for Wednesday, 5pm, Fulton-Holland Educational Services Center Board Room, 3300 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach
Here is the official language from the Palm Beach County School District. The School Board meeting is set for Wednesday, 5p,
Elementary school students residing in the area bounded east from Florida Turnpike along canal north of Yamato Road to the canal just east of Boca West Drive, then south on canal until the end, then east to the eastern boundary line of Section 09-47S-42E, south on the eastern section line of Section 09-47S-42E to canal south of
Calusa Elementary School to J.C. Mitchell Elementary School
Elementary school students residing in the area bounded from Interstate 95 east along the north boundary lines of Section 06-47S-43E and 05-47S-43E east to Federal Highway, then south on Federal Highway centerline to Yamato Road, west on Yamato Road centerline to Interstate 95, then north along Interstate 95 to section 06- 47S-43E north boundary line be assigned from Calusa to J.C. Mitchell Elementary School.
Whispering Pines Elementary School to Sunrise Park Elementary School
Elementary school students residing in the area bounded from the centerline of State Road 441/7, east along the canal just south of Majorca Place to Florida’s Turnpike, then south along Florida’s Turnpike to Glades Road, west along the centerline of Glades Road to State Road 441/7 then north on State Road 441/7 to the canal just south of Majorca Place be assigned from Whispering Pines to Sunrise Park Elementary School.
J.C. Mitchell Elementary School to Addison Mizner Elementary School
Elementary school students residing in the area bounded from the intersection of the canal south of NW 8th Street and NW 12th Avenue, north on NW 12th Avenue centerline extended to Glades Road, then east on Glades Road centerline to LWDD E-4 canal, then south on LWDD E-4 canal to canal north of NW 7th Drive, west on canal to intersection with NW 12th Avenue, be assigned from J.C. Mitchell Elementary to Addison Mizner Elementary School.
J.C. Mitchell Elementary School to Boca Raton Elementary School
Elementary school students residing in the area bounded from LWDD E-4 canal east along Glades Road centerline, then south on NW 2nd Avenue to NW 10th Street, east on NW 10th Street to the west side of FEC RR, south on FEC RR to NW 4th Street, then west on NW 4th Street to NW 4th Diagonal, northwest on NW 4th Diagonal to NW 4th Avenue, then continue west on NW 7th Street to LWDD E-4 canal, then north along LWDD E-4 canal to Glades Road be assigned from J.C. Mitchell Elementary to Boca Raton Elementary School.
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