Our schools will be rezoned: What options do you think would be best?

Our schools will be rezoned: What options do you think would be best?

Holyoke Public Schools will complete the transition to separate elementary (PK-5) and middle (6-8) schools and redraw school boundary lines for fall 2023. This big-picture decision to rezone has been made after many years of soliciting stakeholder input, innovating and planning.

The next step is to develop a concrete plan for how each individual school will be configured and which students will be assigned to which schools. To accomplish this, HPS has scheduled four community conversations to provide information and gather feedback:

  • There will be two in-person Family and Community Conversations
    • Wednesday, September 14, 5 pm: Kelly
      • Fun, supervised activities for children ages 3 – 14, provided by Learn in

Motion and YMCA

  • Free food 
  • Free transportation available from Lawrence and Morgan
  • No need to register in advance
  • Thursday, September 29, 5:30 pm: Family and Community meeting at Holyoke High
    • Fun, supervised activities for children ages 3 – 14, provided by Learn in

Motion and YMCA

  • Free food 
  • Free transportation available from Donahue and Sullivan
  • No need to register in advance
  • There will be two virtual Family and Community Conversations
    • Wednesday, September 21, 9 a.m.
      • Register here to receive the Zoom link. Community-based partners will receive a direct calendar invitation too.
    • Tuesday, October 11, 5:30 p.m.

Register here to receive the Zoom link. Parents who participate in DPAG, ELPAC or SEPAC will receive a direct calendar invitation too.

Take this 4-minute survey to share your opinion. You can skip any question.

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