Demographic Redistricting Study

Demographic Redistricting Study

Hazelwood School District Demographic Redistricting Study Mapping Update Board of Education Meeting February 19, 2019 OVERVIEW Redistricting Priorities Data Review Redistricting Options Birth Data for Pre-K Planning Path Forward 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 2 REDISTRICTING PRIORITIES Considerations No changes to high school boundaries Middle school changes only within same high school boundaries Redraw boundaries to achieve student enrollment balances Attempt to include existing elementary feeder areas and limit

student movement Take into account existing transportation networks and improve transportation efficiency Eliminate non-contiguous elementary attendance areas (islands) Develop 2 plans Option 1: Limited student movement Option 2: More changes to improve spatial proximity and optimize transportation 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 3 DATA REVIEW Using 2018 September 30 Enrollments Geocoded to District Planning Areas All Counts Based on Student Residence All Boundary Modifications Based on Counts of Students Residing in Planning Areas Total 2018 Records 17,150 In-District record count 16,751 Total K-12 record count 16,164 Manually matched without X,Y coordinates, special program and Pre-K students not included 986 Planning Area Delineation 27 unique attendance areas Combinations of elementary and middle school areas 306 planning areas with boundaries consistent with current attendance areas 03/02/2020

FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 4 MAPPING WORKING GROUP Director of Transportation Director of Security Assistant Superintendent Director of Data and Assessment Director of Federal Programs Chief Financial Officer 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 5 REDISTRICTING OPTIONS Option 1 Very limited student movement Eliminate non-contiguous (island) areas Minimal improvements to bus routing efficiency Students Affected Elementary138

Middle School342 Option 2 Changes based on spatial proximity to school buildings Optimize transportation routes Balance enrollments More comprehensive alignment of elementary feeder areas to middle school areas Students Affected Elementary353 Middle School362 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 6 READING THE MAPS Areas proposed to be moved/redistricted are indicated with hashes through the area, as indicated in the lower portion of the below picture. PLArea: 242 This is a planning area, or puzzle piece, that represents a small section of the district

Move from Larimore to Grannemann This indicates the move that would take place for this area Transportation south of I-270 This indicates the rationale for the proposed move Grades K-5: 2 This indicates the grade levels (K-5) and the number of 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY students impacted (2) 7 REDISTRICTING MAPS Option 1 Elementary Planning Area Maps Slide 9, Map Page 1: From Larimore to Grannemann Slide 10, Map Page 2: From Jana to Walker and from Walker to Lusher Slide 11, Map Page 3: From Garrett to McCurdy, from Garrett to McNair, from McNair to Russell, from McCurdy to Armstrong, from Armstrong to Garrett Option 1 Middle School Planning Area Maps Slide Slide Slide

Slide 03/02/2020 13, 14, 15, 16, Map Map Map Map Page Page Page Page 4: 5: 6: 7: From From From From and to Southeast and East Central to North West to Northwest

Northwest to West FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 8 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 9 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 10 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 11 OPTION 1 ELEMENTARY COUNTS Difference Option 1 Optimal Difference Areas and Original

Option 1 Architectura Option 1 and Optimal Attendance Attendance l Original (85%) Attendance Areas Grades Areas Grades Enrollments Areas Grades Counts for Areas K-5 Counts K-5 Counts at 85% K-5 Counts Grades K-5 Difference Original Areas and Optimal (85%) Counts for Grades K-5 Map Page(s) Slide Number(s) Map Notes From McNair to Armstrong Armstrong Arrowpoint Barrington Brown

Cold Water Garrett 372 505 324 292 423 383 403 505 324 292 423 318 366 601 436 384 442 354 31 0 0 0 0 -65 37

-96 -112 -92 -19 -36 6 -96 -112 -92 -19 29 3 10 3 10 Grannemann Jamestown Jana Jury Keeven 281 361 324 388 342

285 361 324 388 342 491 416 456 429 405 4 0 0 0 0 -206 -55 -132 -41 -63 -210 -55 -132 -41 -63 1

8 From Garrett to McNair From Larimore to Grannemann 411 382 454 445 385 379 307 321 271 7350 407 382 373 445 404 394 307 321 352 7350 1 8

To Grannemann from Larimore 2 9 From Lusher to Walker 3 3 10 10 From Garrett to McNair From McNair to Russell 2 9 From Lusher to Walker Larimore Lawson Lusher McCurdy McNair Russell Townsend

Twillman Walker 03/02/2020 Totals 454 411 409 378 406 423 357 515 388 FOR 8521 -4 -47 -43 0 -29 -29 -81 -36 45 0 67 67 19 -2 -21

15 -29 -44 0 -50 -50 0 -194 -194 81 -36 -117 DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 0 -1171 -1171 12 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 13 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 14

03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 15 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 16 OPTION 1 MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNTS Middle School Areas Original Grade 6-8 Counts Option 1 Grade 6-8 Counts Difference Option 1 and Original Grade 6-8 Counts Map

Page(s) Slide Number(s) Map Notes Using original boundaries for Jamestown north of Hwy Central 766 749 -17 5 14 67 Move to SEMS from EMS; align to modified Arrowpoint and East 231 324 93 4 13 Grannemann boundaries Move to North from Central to coincide with modified North 774 791 17 5

14 Barrington boundaries Move block of planning areas from WMS to NWMS; net difference between Northwest 867 805 -62 6 15 WMS and NWMS changes Move from SEMS to EMS; to coincide with modified Grannemann and Twillman Southeast 540 447 -93 4 13 boundaries th th th block of planning *As with all attendance areas, the student counts for East and Southeast reflect 6 , 7 , and 8 gradeMove enrollment who live in addresses that would be areas

from NWMS toattendance WMS; assigned to those schools. However, since East Middle only houses 8th grade, all 6th and 7th graders who live within Easts area would go net difference between th th to Southeast Middle. Therefore, the numbers reflected above for East Middle would be lower (6 and 7 grade enrollment would be removed) and West 714 776 62 7 16 NWMS and WMS changes the above numbers for Southeast Middle would be higher (6th and 7th grade enrollment From East Middle would be added to Southeast Middle). Only Totals 3892 3892 0 th th 8 graders living within East Middles attendance area would be assigned to attend East Middle, and East Middle will continue to be open to other 8

graders from across the District to apply by choice. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 17 REDISTRICTING MAPS Option 2 Elementary Planning Area Maps Slide 19, Map Page 1: From Arrowpoint to Grannemann, Larimore to Grannemann, and Twillman to Arrowpoint Slide 20, Map Page 2: From Jamestown to Barrington Slide 21, Map Page 3: From Brown to Barrington Slide 22, Map Page 4: From Cold Water to Brown Slide 23, Map Page 5: From Lusher to Walker and McCurdy to Walker Slide 24, Map Page 6: From McCurdy to Walker and McCurdy to Jana Slide 25, Map Page 7: From Armstrong to Garrett, Garrett to McCurdy, and Garrett to McNair Option 2 Middle School Planning Area Maps Slide Slide Slide Slide 03/02/2020 27, 28,

29, 30, Map Map Map Map Page Page Page Page 8: From and to Southeast and East 9: From Central to North 10: From West to Northwest 11: From Northwest to West FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 18 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 19 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 20

03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 21 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 22 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 23 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 24 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 25 OPTION 2 ELEMENTARY COUNTS

Attendance Areas Armstrong Difference Difference Option 2 Original Option 2 Option 2 Areas and Attendance Attendance Optimal and Original Optimal Areas Areas Capacity Areas (85%) Grades K-5 Grades K-5 Enrollments Grades K-5 Counts for Counts Counts at 85% Counts Grades K-5 372 372 366 0 6 Arrowpoint

505 440 601 -65 -161 Barrington 324 371 436 47 -65 Brown 292 312 384 20

-72 Cold Water 423 384 442 -39 -58 Garrett 383 318 354 -65 -36 Grannemann 281 350

491 69 -141 Jamestown Jana Jury Keeven Larimore Lawson 361 324 388 342 411 382 333 376 388 342 407 382 416 456 429 405 454

411 -28 52 0 0 -4 0 -83 -80 -41 -63 -47 -29 Lusher 454 365 409 -89 -44 McCurdy 445

389 378 -56 11 McNair 03/02/2020 Russell Townsend 385 379 307 404 379 307 406 423 357 19 -2 0 -50

FOR DISCUSSION 0 -44 Difference Original Areas and Optimal (85%) Counts for Slide Grades K-5 Map Page(s) Number(s) Map Notes 6 7 26 No net change Net change from moves to Grannemann and from -96 1 20 Twillman Net change from Jamestown -112 2,3 21,22 and Brown Net change from Brown to Barrington and from Cold -92

3,4 22,23 Water to Brown Net change from Cold Water -19 4 23 to Brown Net change to McCurdy and 29 7 26 McNair Net change from Arrowpoint -210 1 20 and Larimore Net change from Jamestown -55 2 21 to Barrington -132 6 25 Move from McCurdy to Jana -41 No change -63 No change -43

1 20 Move to Grannemann -29 No change Net change from Lusher to 45 5 24 Walker Net change to Walker and 67 6 25 from Jana Move from Garrett to -21 7 26 McNair PURPOSES -44 ONLY No change -50 No change 26 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY

27 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 28 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 29 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 30 OPTION 2 MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNTS Middle School Areas Original Grade 6-8 Counts Option 2 Grade 6-8 Counts

Difference Option 2 and Original Grade 6-8 Counts Map Page(s) Slide Number(s) Central 766 748 -18 9 30 East North Northwest 231 774 867 319

792 805 88 18 -62 8 9 10 29 30 31 Southeast West Totals 540 714Original 3892 Middle School Areas East Southeast Column Total 452 -88 8

29 6th graders 7th graders 8th graders 776 62 11 32 living in living0in living in 3892 attendance attendance attendance area** area** area** Row Total 73 79 79 231 219 165 156 540 292 244

235 Map Notes Move to include all of Barrington attendance area to NMS Alignment to modified Grannemann and original Twillman boundaries Move from CMS to NMS Net change from WMS Net change from SEMS to EMS Net change from NWMS 771 *As with all attendance areas, the student counts for East and Southeast reflect 6 , 7 , and 8th grade enrollment who live in addresses that would be assigned to those schools. However, since East Middle only houses 8th grade, all 6th and 7th graders who live within Easts attendance area would go to Southeast Middle. Therefore, the numbers reflected above for East Middle would be lower (6 th and 7th grade enrollment would be removed) and the above numbers for Southeast Middle would be higher (6th and 7th grade enrollment From East Middle would be added to Southeast Middle). Only 8th graders living within East Middles attendance area would be assigned to attend East Middle, and East Middle will continue to be open to other 8 th graders from across the District to apply by choice. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 31 th th BIRTH DATA FOR PRE-K PLANNING

Kindergarten Cohorts Assigned by Year of Eligibility Birth Address Location Data Geocoded to Parcels and Street Centerlines Geocoded Births Overlaid and Counted by Legend Planning Areas n Births by Planning Area Kindergarten Cohorts for School Years 2020 and 2021 Elementary Schools Streets K Cohorts 2020 and 2021 0 1- 9 10 - 19 20 - 29 30 - 50 Total 2020 and 2021 births2804 Planning areas color coded using 5 categories 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 32 03/02/2020

FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 33 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 34 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 35 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 36 2020 and Original 2021 K Elementary Cohort Attendance Birth Areas Count Armstrong 131 Arrowpoint

183 Barrington 116 Brown 103 Cold Water 137 Garrett 231 Grannema nn 217 Jamestown 134 Jana 135 Jury 147 Keeven 140 Larimore 129 Lawson 151 Lusher 127 McCurdy 153 McNair 130 Russell 128

Townsend 109 Twillman 92 Walker 111 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 37 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS What are the major differences between Option 1 and Option 2? A Option 1 involves limited changes intended to eliminate non-contiguous (island) areas and help transportation efficiency with little student movement. Option 2 involves broader changes intended to balance school enrollments and improve transportation efficiency. Why is 85% capacity used in the elementary counts and what building areas do they include? A Building capacities were developed utilizing Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) guidelines. The capacity figures only include classrooms and do not include specialty areas such as gymnasiums, art, music, etc. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 38

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS What is the financial impact of Option 1 versus Option 2? A For both options the potential exists for transportation efficiency that would reduce transportation costs as well as travel times in some of the boundaries. There is more opportunity for transportation efficiency with Option 2. A better balance of schools also has the potential to smooth enrollment and staffing, but that is always a year-to-year decision based on actual enrollment and staffing within Board policy. How many students would actually have to change schools? A A chart is being developed and will be posted on the Redistricting page of the districts website. This is anticipated to be posted before the first Community Engagement Open House on February 28th. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 39 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Can I see how elementary schools would progress to each middle and high school? A A chart is being developed and will be posted on the Redistricting page of the districts website. This is anticipated to be posted before the first Community Engagement Open House on February 28th. I understand that the numbers in the presentation are based on student addresses, but can I see the actual enrollment at each school? A A chart is being developed and will be posted on the

Redistricting page of the districts website. This is anticipated to be posted before the first Community Engagement Open House on February 28th. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 40 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Why does the study use student address and birth rate data? A This data is used for consistency. It is not impacted by fluctuations in enrollment or mobility (students who move in and out of the district). What do the changes for East Middle School mean for the 8th grade program? A Nothing has changed for this program. The boundary changes serve to clarify the boundaries for East Middle School as they have been adjusted each of the last two years. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 41 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Why is Pre-K birth rate information included? A Pre-K planning information was included for identification of potential future enrollments in Kindergarten as well as the Early Childhood

program. What are the next steps? A Please see the next two slides. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 42 PATH FORWARD Board Retreat Preliminary Presentation January 11, 2019 Board Retreat Revised Presentation February 8, 2019 Regular Board Meeting Presentation February 19, 2019 Community Engagement Open Houses February/March, 2019 Additional information on next slide Update at Regular Board Meeting March 5, 2019 Board Discussion on Feedback and Consideration April 8, 2019 Board Action April 16, 2019 Consideration of 5-year Study Schedule 2023-24 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 43 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OPEN HOUSES February 28 - 5:00p.m. 6:30p.m. at Central High School library March 4

- 5:00p.m. 6:30p.m. at West High School library March 12 - 5:00p.m. 6:30p.m. at East High School library Open House/Map Gallery Walk Summary All events will be similar in nature; there is no need to attend all three. You may attend at any time between 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. (no formal presentations will be given) We will have poster-sized maps for patrons to view Board members, Administrators, and Consultants will be available to answer questions Feedback forms will be available to share your thoughts/concerns with the Board If you are unable to attend, please visit our website at www.Hazelwoodschools.org, then click on the Redistricting tab to view maps. To share feedback with Board members, click on this link http://bit.ly/HSDRedistricting. 03/02/2020 FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY 44 QUESTIONS

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