FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) – Hamilton Southeastern Schools parents got to hear details on the district’s proposed redistricting plan Wednesday night.
The plan was only presented and discussed. No vote was taken. Final approval is tentatively scheduled for a Dec. 12 school board meeting.
Among the highlights, the plan reduces the number of portable classrooms needed, allows for a more centralized pre-kindergarten program and accomplishes balanced intermediate and junior high enrollment.
Many parents though are not happy about the changes. Parent Shelley Harder said, “It’s not healthy for a kid to go to four schools in four years. That’s not OK. That to me is not a world-class education.”