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School Board to Consider Changes in Boundary Lines

To ensure that each school board member represents roughly the same number of constituents in our community, district leaders have been working with a demographer to review the data from the 2020 U.S. Census to determine if any changes should be made. Board members recently heard from Deputy Superintendent Houston Barber and a representative from Davis Demographics, a national company that specializes in advising school districts on this type of work.

The Fayette County Board of Education is now considering two scenarios that include moving a few voting precincts from one school board member’s district to another:

Community members are welcome to share their thoughts during a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 28 in Room 159 of the John D. Price Administration Building, 450 Park Place.  

Contact: District spokeswoman Lisa Deffendall, (859) 699-1441

Revised Nov. 28; posted Nov. 19, 2022