Menifee Union School District is planning to change the attendance boundaries for its middle schools.
The opening of its third middle school in August 2009 is what's driving the need to redefine boundaries.
As of this moment, the district doesn't have any proposed boundaries.
The goal of this meeting is to gather input from the public on what their wishes and concerns are. Betti Cadmus, the district's public information officer says that the school board will be taking all public comments to heart.
If your child is preparing to attend middle school next year, now is your time to speak out on which school you'd like him/her to attend, or forever hold your peace.
The new middle school will be located off of McCall Blvd, east of the I-215, by the corner of Sherman Rd and Chambers Ave.
There will be two meetings...
- August 28, 2008 (Thursday) - Menifee Valley Middle School, 5:00pm to 6:00pm
- September 2, 2008 (Tuesday) - Bell Mountain Middle School, 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Below is a map of the existing boundaries for Menifee Valley Middle School (purple), and Bell Mountain Middle School (orange)...
- I-215 Freeway is the boundary separating the two existing middle schools
- It almost looks as if Newport Rd could be a theoretical boundary defining the new middle school. However, much of the community north of Newport Rd, and west of I-215, is 55+, and may not provide enough to students to create a balance between the three schools.
- The new middle school could create a lot of traffic along Lindenberger Rd, and perhaps even Antelope Rd (going over the hill past Ryland Oasis).
- The new City of Menifee needs to complete Menifee Rd, at Simpson Rd, to alleviate traffic along Lindenberger, and prevent traffic from building up along Antelope.