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Assignment Plan approved, boundaries to be drawn

The Seattle School Board has approved the final recommendations for the Student Assignment Plan, which will determine where a student attends school based on their home address. Now students will know which schools they’ll attend through high school. The district will now start working on the boundaries and public comment will be heard in the fall. As part of the final plan, the School Board also approved an amendment to address the grandfathering of siblings as part of a transition plan to be developed by the district, “provided that doing so is feasible and does not displace incoming attendance area kindergarten students,” the district press release says.