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Attendance Boundary Review Process 2016-17
  • Over the last decade, Spring Independent School District has seen a mix of both population growth and decline across its attendance zones. This has resulted in some schools operating over building capacity, while other schools have space to accommodate more students. Additionally, the district’s recent voter-approved bond program includes the addition of a new middle school in the north and a ninth-grade center for each of our three comprehensive high schools.

    To address this issue, the district launched an Attendance Boundary Review (ABR) process in December of 2016. The process includes meetings with a cross-functional group of stakeholders to review district demographics and academic programs, and develop proposals to gather additional insight and feedback from the Spring ISD community.

    Public feedback and attendance boundary proposals will be presented to the Spring ISD Board of Trustees, and new attendance boundaries could be approved as early as March.

Current Boundaries Proposed Boundaries

Project Timeline

Project Timeline
Community Meetings
  • Thursday, Feb. 16 - Dueitt Middle School
  • Thursday, Feb. 16 - Wells Middle School
  • Thursday, Feb. 23 - Bammel Middle School
  • Thursday, Feb. 23 - Twin Creeks Middle School
All meetings are open to the public and are scheduled from 6 to 7 p.m. More ➤
Attendance Boundary Review Survey
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