SCUC to address rezoning controversy ...

SCUC to address rezoning controversy in public forums

There are 1 comment on the story from Aug 25, 2011, titled SCUC to address rezoning controversy in public forums. In it, reports that:

Parents in the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City School District whose children would be impacted by proposals to redraw the district's junior high and high school attendance boundaries will have a chance to sound off at public forums next week.

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San Antonio, TX

#1 Aug 29, 2011
People buy homes because thier kids can walk to a school or attend a certain school. Zones should be with the school at the center and circular. Kids who live closest to schools should not be bused 5 miles down the road. Schools and boundaries are just the beginning. What are the long range plans for over crowding? What is the goal? How many times will we move the line? If Cibolo residents keep letting these builders build low income housing in Cibolo, I won't have to worry about lines because my property value is steadily decreasing and our schools will become someplace you wouldn't want your kids to go it time to move?

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