Richland School Board decides to not change middle school boundaries
Richland parents concerned about the possibility of having their children go to another school to alleviate overcrowding issues within the district can rest easy.
Last night, the Richland School Board decided to not change any middle school boundaries next school year.
Board members are now looking at moving the construction timelines for the recently approved bond projects around, to see if they can build a new middle school before replacing three elementary schools.
The board is holding a workshop on this issue May 7th at 1:30 PM.