Public Input Sought for Randle High School and Wright Junior High Zoning

Jul 20, 2020 | Community Relations

Lamar CISD’s Randle High School and Wright Junior High will open for the 2021-2022 school year. An Attendance Boundary Committee (ABC) – made up of parents from across the District – will make its zoning recommendation to the Lamar CISD Board of Trustees for new attendance boundaries.

Before making a recommendation, the ABC is seeking input from residents living in the impacted areas. A public input meeting will be held July 27 at 7 p.m. at George Ranch High School, located at 8181 FM 762 in Richmond.

The purpose of a public input meeting is for parents in the community to provide input to the ABC. Individuals interested in speaking to the committee will enter at the main high school entrance. Due to the Governor’s Order, both social distancing and masks will be required. This could result in limited seating.

The public’s input will help the ABC finalize its recommendation to the Board of Trustees. The recommendation will be based on the latest demographic projections, enrollment, facility capacity and the best utilization of existing facilities. The ABC also looked closely at current and projected growth trends, trying to alleviate overcrowding while minimizing the movement of students to new schools.

The ABC has reached consensus on the boundary recommendation shown here, but it could change based on the public’s input.

Click here for more information about the zoning process for Randle High School and Wright Junior High.