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After a great deal of discussion, the Governing Board approved Scenario 6 of the Attendance Boundary Committee’s recommendations at tonight’s Board meeting.
— San Marcos USD (@SanMarcosUSD) February 21, 2018
At Tuesday evening’s Board Meeting, the Governing Board voted to select the boundary adjustments recommended by the Attendance Boundary Committee in Scenario 6.
In addition, the Governing Board approved an implementation plan beginning with the 2018-19 school year. This plan provides various grandfathering provisions to current students in effected study areas at the elementary, middle and high schools.
Over the next several weeks, staff will be working to take the direction received from the Governing Board and implement it for 2018-19. The grandfathering provisions will be clearly explained. In addition, we are preparing attendance boundary maps that reflect the changes and can be more easily read by our community. Information will be posted on the District website and individuals impacted will be personally notified via US mail and/or email. We appreciate your patience as we work through the details of this change.
Melissa Hunt, Superintendent
Join us for the 2nd year event Hops in the Hills to enjoy an afternoon of craft beers!! We will have local restaurants, Shanes Pizza and Pints and Players Sports Bar providing food (extra cost) to our attendees! Music from DJ Stikeout!! This year are pleased to announce a wine bar, featuring a variety of wines, this will be include in the price of admission.
Join us, support the local schools!! 100% of proceeds go the the schools!!
Don’t drink and drive, please consider walking if a resident of San Elijo Hills, or have a desinated driver (DD tickets $20). Grab a Lyft or Uber, be smart!!
This is a 21 years and older event. All Parties must show a valid ID for entrance. Sorry no refunds will be made. Absolutely no children or dogs allowed. Last call @ 6pm.
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The City of San Marcos has major developments project information available online. Learn List view and table view of projects. Learn about Brookfield Residential Multi-Family on Twin Oaks and Copper Hills and the entrance to San Elijo Hills next to the old recycling plant.
Update from The Real Families for San Marcos (Anti Brookfield development group)
Have you all signed the petition for the building of 200+ townhomes past the firehouse…before the new neighborhood of Rancho Tesoro? Despite many residents fighting this during January’s meeting, city council voted for it anyway…not caring about the residents concerns. In order to stop them…we need a referendum – about 6,000 signatures the next couple weeks.
This development will attend Double Peak. Residents want concerns of traffic and overcrowded schools addressed first.
If you haven’t signed, here are some dates:
Upcoming petition hours at Starbucks (on S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd. next to Flippin Pizza)
* Mon, Feb 5, 6-8pm
* Wed, Feb 7, 6-8pm
* Wed, Feb 16, 6-8pm
* Mon, Feb 19, 6-8pm
* Wed, Feb 21, 6-8pm
Must be San Marcos resident and registered voter!
Brookfield has started their own campaign, creating fake accounts and asking for signatures to UNSIGN the petition.
READ MORE: Residents decry San Marcos housing development approval – The Coast News Group
Anti Brookfield Homes on Twin Oaks Facebook Page
SMUSD Attendance Boundary Committee Update
On October 19th, the District’s Attendance Boundary Committee held its first meeting. The meeting is comprised over more than 100 individuals, with representation from each school in the District.
- Recommendation #1: Propose adjustments to current attendance boundaries to optimize student at capacity at each school.
- Recommendation #2: Propose an implementation plan / schedule for the Board-approved attendance boundary adjustments.
- Current District and School attendance boundaries;
- Historical and projected enrollment growth;
- Residential development and student generation rates;
- Criteria for school boundary planning;
- The role of the demographer; and
- Next steps.
On November 9th, the District’s Attendance Boundary Committee held its second meeting. During the first part of the meeting, Davis Demographics provided information about factors that impact attendance boundaries and how adjusting boundary lines impacts available capacity at each school.
Davis Demographics also shared an elementary scenario, middle school scenario and high school scenario to consider regarding possible adjustments to the current attendance boundaries. These scenarios are NOT official recommendations from the District Board, staff or Davis Demographics. But, rather, they were something to consider in order to foster dialog and conversation.
Following the presentation by Davis Demographics, Committee members had an opportunity to work together to provide their own possible recommendations.
The recommendations submitted are being examined for common themes. Draft maps will be generated and shared with Committee members at its next meeting on December 7th.
As a reminder, these meetings are closed to the public. However, if you have any specific questions or concerns regarding the Attendance Boundary Committee, you may submit them HERE.
San Elijo Middle Volleyball plays Double Peak School at 6:00 PM tonight 11/9/17 at Mission Hills High for league finals! San Marcos High plays Saturday for CIF D2 Championship.
Traffic delays expected during daily commute
As the summer winds down, San Marcos students are headed back to school. With elementary, middle and high schools along with California State San Marcos and Palomar College back in session this week, I-15 and SR-78 travelers can expect increased traffic delays during their daily commute.
While the increase in traffic congestion is familiar to city residents, students and commuters alike, the City of San Marcos is pleased to report that continued relief is on the way. In the city’s ongoing efforts to get motorists moving and improve traffic flow, several roadway improvement projects are lined up over the next five years.
Planned projects include Improvements to the intersection of Las Posas Road and Mission Road near Palomar College and the transit center; Construction of two new bridges to replace Bent Avenue and Via Vera Cruz between San Marcos Boulevard and Discovery Street; San Marcos Boulevard and Discovery Street intersection improvements; and construction of Twin Oaks Trail north of Borden Road.
During the school year and periods of roadway construction, motorists should drive with caution in and around work areas, and provide ample time to reach destinations safely and on time.
To learn more about capital improvement projects in San Marcos, visit www.san-marcos.net/cip.