The Conroe Independent School District (CISD) continues to be one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas. In a school district growing as rapidly as CISD, it periodically becomes necessary to redraw the attendance boundaries of our schools. The two most frequent reasons for revisiting the boundaries of campuses are to accommodate the opening of new schools to meet the demands of our growing population, and to accommodate shifts in populations that occur over time. CISD establishes an Attendance Boundary Committee (ABC) comprised of central administration, campus principals from the schools most likely to be impacted by any changes, and parent representatives selected by those campus principals for the purpose of developing and proposing possible zoning scenarios to the community for feedback. These scenarios are then refined based on that feedback and recommended as a zoning plan to the Board of Trustees.
During the fall semester, CISD will begin the process of reviewing attendance boundaries in preparation for three future campuses; Lucille J. Bradley Elementary (Flex 17) is scheduled to serve students in K through 4th grade and open in the fall of the 2017-18 school year; Flex 18 is scheduled to be an intermediate campus serving grades 5 and 6 and open in the fall of 2018; and Grand Oaks High School is scheduled to open in the fall of 2018 in the Grand Parkway area that will eventually serve students in grades 9-12.