Grand Island Public Schools
123 South Webb Road
Grand Island, NE 68802
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8360 – Boundaries And Boundary Changes


Students in grades pre-kindergarten through twelfth grades are expected to attend the school to which they are assigned by the Grand Island Public Schools. The Board of Education shall establish elementary and middle school boundary areas. 

It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent to make recommendations to the board regarding the division of students among attendance centers. In making the recommendations, the superintendent shall consider the geographical layout of the school district, the conditions and location of the school district facilities, the location of student population, possible transportation difficulties, financial condition of the school district, and other factors deemed relevant by the superintendent or the board.

 

Policy Adopted - December 10, 1990

Policy Revised: 3-3-97

Policy Revised:  03.06.2012

Media Inquiries
Jack Sheard, Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 Ext. 1127
Grand Island Public Schools
123 South Webb Road
Grand Island, NE 68802
Your Legacy.
Their Opportunity.

Enhancing opportunities by seeking and securing resources for projects, scholarships and programs.

Access digital copies of our district flyers.

Improving school-to-home communication by distribute school flyers directly to families digitally.

8360 – Boundaries And Boundary Changes


Students in grades pre-kindergarten through twelfth grades are expected to attend the school to which they are assigned by the Grand Island Public Schools. The Board of Education shall establish elementary and middle school boundary areas. 

It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent to make recommendations to the board regarding the division of students among attendance centers. In making the recommendations, the superintendent shall consider the geographical layout of the school district, the conditions and location of the school district facilities, the location of student population, possible transportation difficulties, financial condition of the school district, and other factors deemed relevant by the superintendent or the board.

 

Policy Adopted - December 10, 1990

Policy Revised: 3-3-97

Policy Revised:  03.06.2012

Media Inquiries
Jack Sheard, Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 Ext. 1127
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