Board gives unanimous final approval to boundary proposal
The Board of Education of the Davis School District Tuesday evening unanimously gave final approval to attendance boundaries that will affect six of the district's nine traditional high schools.
The boundary proposal is the same that the board gave first-reading approval to back on Nov. 21. It is also the same proposal given to the seven-member group by the board's high school boundary consultant, Dr. Darrell White, prior to holding a Nov. 8 boundary public hearing at Layton High School. During that meeting, the school board heard from 93 individual residents who each addressed it at an open microphone.
More details regarding the board's thoughts on the proposal can be found by referring back to the Nov. 21 version of Board Briefs.