Boundary changes likely in D-300
CARPENTERSVILLE – Teachers’ effort to lower class sizes at District 300 has been achieved in writing, but the actual process that could include redrawn boundaries and a new school is just beginning.
Members from LEAD 300, the district’s teachers union, and administrators have started initial conversations on how to achieve the smaller class sizes, effective next year, detailed in the three-year, $13 million contract approved last week.
Board member Joe Stevens said reconfiguring school boundaries that would require students to change schools is “almost a certainty.” The district also may decide to house students in mobile classrooms, remotely located near the district’s 26 schools.
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