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Board of Education approves boundaries for Middle School 11; will consider Elementary 44 boundaries in August

MS 11 Boundaries
At its regular meeting on June 12, 2017, the Cherry Creek Schools Board of Education approved Scenario A to establish the boundaries for Middle School 11. Scenario A includes all of the Buffalo Trail Elementary School attendance area, and the Beacon Point and Wheatlands communities in the Pine Ridge Elementary School attendance area. Board members listened to community concerns and approved Scenario A as the option that best addressed those concerns.

The Board of Education will consider the proposed boundaries for Elementary #44 at its regular meeting on August 14.

The inaugural 6th grade class for Middle School 11 will be housed at Sky Vista Middle School during the 2017-18 school year.  The new school building will open in August, 2018, for 6th and 7th grade students, and will be home to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students beginning in August, 2019.  

Generally, the Middle School 11 boundaries are E-470 on the West, East Quincy Avenue on the north, the eastern side of the Beacon Point subdivision on the east, and parts of Arapahoe and Smoky Hill roads on the south.

The legal description of the boundaries is: Beginning at the intersection of East Quincy Avenue and E-470; starting east, follow East Quincy Avenue to the eastern boundary of Section 8, in Township 5 South, Range 65 West; starting south continue along the eastern boundary of Sections 8, 17 and 20 to a point on the boundary of the Beacon Point Subdivision; starting easterly follow the boundary for Beacon Point Subdivision to the point where said boundary meets the eastern boundary of Quarter Section 2 of Section 29; south along the Quarter Section 2 boundary to East Arapahoe Road; west along Arapahoe Road to East Smoky Hill Road; starting northwesterly continue to E-470; starting north on E-470 follow E-470 back to the intersection with East Quincy Avenue, the point of beginning.

Posted 6/16/2017 11:26 AM
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