School Boundary Revisions | VideoKristin Clouston | 1/21/2013
For instance, the board is now considering adding on to Sunrise next year.
Principal Lynn Wolf explained, "Actually, the facility was built with the necessary air handling systems and so forth in place so we could add four classrooms to this part of the building."
That would mean fewer moves for kids at Sunrise, Miller, Murphy, Pioneer and Saxvik.
On the south side of town, kids from Riverside and some that live south of Wachter Avenue will most likely go to Moses.
Superintendent Tamara Uselman stressed, "We have to use every inch of district space, that`s the fiscally responsible thing to do." She says moving South Central High School out of the Hughes Building would create room for an additional 250 kids.
You can still ask questions and talk to committee members on Thursday from 6:30 until 8:00 at Horizon Middle School.
You can see the newest maps at any school or on the district`s website www.bismarckschools.org/district The board plans to make final decisions on January 28.