School Closure and Boundary Review Committee
In PVSchools, resources are acquired and prioritized to equitably advance the vision, mission, values, and strategic goals.
A committee of stakeholders will review district enrollment trends and other relevant data to make recommendations for efficient use of district buildings. The committee will meet with a district demographer, explore current enrollment and other data points, and meet with directors to understand how district decisions might impact specific schools and programs.
The committee’s recommendations may include closing schools, repurposing schools, redrawing boundaries, and/or moving programs.
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Efficient use of taxpayer dollars is an important priority for the district while also ensuring resources are maximized, contributing to student success. Small schools increase administrative costs, can limit special program opportunities, and shrink opportunities for teacher collaboration and professional development. Merging smaller school communities could be beneficial as it would enhance available educational and extracurricular resources and opportunities. It could also increase opportunities for teacher collaboration and professional development, which helps PVSchools remain a premier education and career destination.