At some point during the year, many school districts will fall into one of these three areas:

  1. Thinking about planning a bond or levy measure

  2. Attempting to pass a bond or levy

  3. Trying make the most of the bond or levy they just passed


No matter which category your district finds itself in, the end goals are the same: alleviate overcrowded classrooms, get facilities sited in the best possible location, and—if existing facilities are being expanded or new facilities are being built—make sure attendance area boundaries are redrawn to accommodate community values while balancing school capacities.

Easier said than done.

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  • About the Author:

    Tyler Vick manages the operations and GIS service offerings at FLO Analytics, a firm that works with school districts to provide enrollment forecasting, school siting, boundary updates, and other data-driven planning services.