Planning Services
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Planning Services is responsible for school attendance boundaries for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS).  Each student is assigned a home school based on their residential address.  As the student population in Mecklenburg County increases, CMS must periodically update school boundaries to accommodate growth and new school construction.

When CMS is considering school boundary changes, a series of workshops with parents and community residents are held to gather input on proposed boundary options for the future school year.  During these meeting CMS staff provides information about boundary options and collects feedback from workshop participants.  Feedback from the community is valuable to the boundary process.

The boundary process includes public meetings, presentation to the CMS Board of Education, public hearing and Board of Education vote. 

 

Providence Spring Relief- 2021-22 School Year

Thank you for your continued engagement and participation in the process to determine the most viable options to balance enrollment at Providence Spring and McKee Road elementary schools.  The June 11 virtual community engagement session was attended by more than 160 people.  Please click here to access the presentation slides, a recording of the webinar, the neighborhood map, and a transcript of submitted questions and answers (coming soon).

 

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Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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