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Davenport Schools to Release New Boundary Drafts

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The Davenport Community School District will discuss new boundaries Monday night at its Committee of the Whole meeting.

School board members tell us they are looking forward to revised boundaries for the elementary schools after the district's series of public forums in January and February. School board Vice President Ken Krunwiede says the board has not seen the new lines yet.

Communications Director Dawn Saul says the district will also release large city street maps Monday to help you decide where your child would go to school. Saul also toldĀ  us that the district will discuss a true feeder system at the committee meeting Monday night.

Superintendent Art Tate has also recommended restricting transfers between high schools. Tate says he would like for there to be a specific reason for why a high school student needs to transfer from one school to the other. That would change the school district's policy on open enrollment.

There will be no public comment at the committee meeting Monday. The meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Achievement Service Center.