New CMS school boundaries up for debate

New CMS school boundaries up for debate

There are 6 comments on the Charlotte.com story from Mar 6, 2009, titled New CMS school boundaries up for debate. In it, Charlotte.com reports that:

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will hold a series of workshops to get public input on proposed boundaries for five new schools.

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Concerned Parent

Charlotte, NC

#1 Mar 7, 2009
It concerns me that there are no postings to the public to let them know exactly what the boundaries are for the new Mint Hill High School.(only on CMS website) http://www.cms.k12.nc.us/cmsdepartments/Stude...
The wonderful citizens of Mint Hill will not be allowed to send their own kids to a high school built in their town. The majority of the kids will come from the surrounding area North and Northeast (Reedy Creek up to Old Concord)
Based on all but the last option, anyone living past Hwy 218 will not be allowed to attend. This cuts out the majority of the "Town" or "City" limits. Which means we have a high school within our city limits that our children will not be able to attend!
kirtg

Waxhaw, NC

#2 Mar 9, 2009
And this has what to do with Union County?
Concerned Parent

Charlotte, NC

#3 Mar 9, 2009
Not a thing! It's listed under "CMS boundaries up for debate." Under MINT HILL. Not sure why you are concerned with this being under Union County.

Friday Mar 6

New CMS school boundaries up for debate
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will hold a series of workshops to get public input on proposed boundaries for five new schools.

Read full story from Charlotte.com
kirtg

Waxhaw, NC

#4 Mar 11, 2009
Concerned Parent wrote:
Not a thing! It's listed under "CMS boundaries up for debate." Under MINT HILL. Not sure why you are concerned with this being under Union County.
Friday Mar 6
New CMS school boundaries up for debate
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will hold a series of workshops to get public input on proposed boundaries for five new schools.
Read full story from Charlotte.com
Yes on a Union County site. We don't need any of that Charlotte school crap down here.
kirtg

Waxhaw, NC

#5 Mar 11, 2009
Also if you choose to send your brats to a government school then you do as they say & don't gripe. It's what is best for the rest of the taxpayers that is much more important than where your brats go to school. If you are so concerned about where they go to school for a better education send them to a private school. That's what you should do if you really care for your kids anyway. All parents should have to pay for the total cost of educating their kids & stop making others pay for them. If you can't afford to pay that total cost then the kids should be in the care of DSS or don't have what you can't afford.
brooke

United States

#6 May 30, 2009
i think the boundaries are set up good. they dont need a all white school in this area again. they should start busing minorty races into all white schools like butler. thats why i think the proposed boundaries are good

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