Cap and Overflow
Due to increased growth in our District, many of our campuses have reached the maximum number of students we can effectively teach. Therefore, certain feeder patterns had an enrollment cap placed on a campus and your child may be redirected to an overflow campus.
Starting with the 2020 update to the Facilities Master Plan, under cap and enrollment, we allow for the incoming rising class (i.e., Kindergarten at elementary, and 9th grade at high school) to continue enrollment at their zoned campus to fill the spots left by the outgoing class (i.e., 5th grade at elementary and 12th grade at HS). Staff may determine cut-off dates for enrollment to allow for campuses and staff to prepare for the next school year. Any student that withdraws from their zoned campus is subject to cap and overflow if they decide to reenroll at a later date. Any student that does not show for the first day of school and is subsequently dropped from the roster will have until September 3rd to re-enroll at the zoned campus. Any student that tries to enroll after September 3rd will be subject to cap and overflow enrollment policies.
Please see the current campus cap and overflow management pages and FAQs for more information.