Community meetings on boundaries for Lake Ridge Middle, Woodbridge Middle for 2018-19


Community meetings on boundaries for Lake Ridge Middle, Woodbridge Middle for 2018-19
  1. Community meetings on boundaries for Lake Ridge Middle, Woodbridge Middle for 2018-19
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    Two community meetings are scheduled March 20 & March 29 to gain public feedback on proposed attendance boundaries that affect Lake Ridge Middle School and Woodbridge Middle…
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Two community meetings are scheduled to gain public feedback on proposed attendance boundaries that affect Lake Ridge Middle School and Woodbridge Middle School:

• Monday, March 20 at 7 p.m. in the Woodbridge Middle School auditorium

• Wednesday, March 29 at 7 p.m. in the Woodbridge Middle School auditorium.

The proposals result from a 13-classroom addition at Lake Ridge Middle School opening in 2018. Adjustments to the middle school attendance areas will take effect for the 2018–19 school year.

View information regarding boundary change policies and regulations. If you have questions, contact Dr. Matthew Cartlidge, Supervisor of Planning, at or call 703-791-7312.

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