Construction is progressing on Cypress Creek Middle School, scheduled to open in August 2020 on the site of the current Cypress Creek Middle High School, and the boundary process is underway. Links to the proposed school boundary maps for the middle school and additional area schools are posted below.
District staff held a public workshop October 7th, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Wiregrass Ranch High School, where the proposed boundary maps were displayed and staff was available to answer questions. Also, a public hearing is scheduled during the 6 p.m. November 5th school board meeting at the district office complex.
Although the primary proposed rezoning involves moving some addresses from within the John Long Middle boundary to the Cypress Creek Middle boundary and from within the Wiregrass Ranch High boundary to the Cypress Creek High boundary, the following schools’ current boundaries also are impacted in this proposal:
The additional proposed boundary adjustments are designed to align school feeder patterns and keep students together as they progress through the school system. In addition to this website, the district is contacting potentially impacted families to share this information.
In addition to the above, there are proposed boundary adjustments to provide for future development. These boundary adjustments do not affect ANY current students. The following schools’ current boundaries are impacted in this proposal (again, current students in the following schools are not impacted):
The final school board vote on the boundary proposals will be during the 6 p.m. November 19 school board meeting. The boundaries will be effective beginning with the 2020-2021 school year.
This web page will be updated throughout the boundary process as one means of keeping parents informed. Below are links to current information and an electronic form to submit comments.