Friendswood ISD | Zoning Update

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    The following information was taken from the Friendswood ISD Executive Summary, the Executive Summary can be read in its entirety HERE,  “When looking at specific options, they first reviewed two provided by PASA (Option 1a and Option 1b) and found both did not move enough students. They then looked at an option that combined 1a and 1b as well as options that considered the original side of West Ranch and Falcon Ridge I. The option that combined 1a and 1b (now called Option 1c) moved enough students to alleviate overcrowding and that most completely met the other guidelines from the School Board and committee recommendations.

    Option 1c is the boundary committee’s recommendation for the 2018-19 school year. This plan will pull in the all of the areas west of Sunset to FM 528 as well as the area toward Cline up to Heather. It also will now include the areas east of 518 including Laurelfield, Timberfield Estates and Polly Ranch. It moves approximately 275 students from the Cline and Windsong zone to the Westwood and Bales zone. The final recommendation will be considered by the Board at a special meeting on February 26th.”

     

    Below is a list of neighborhoods that will be moving from Cline/Windsong to Westwood/Bales:

    • Almas Peridas
    • Buckingham Estates
    • Chappel Hill
    • Castle Park
    • Clear Creek Woods
    • Eagles Point
    • Filed Creek Forest
    • Frenchmans Creek
    • Friendswood Forest
    • Greenbriar I
    • Greenbriar II
    • Harvey & Stout I
    • Highlander Estates
    • Imperial Gardens
    • Katies Park Addn
    • Laurelfield
    • Leisure Estate
    • Leisure Lane
    • Leslyn
    • Lowelands
    • Merriwood
    • Oak Tree
    • Parkwood Village
    • Pilgrims Point
    • Polly Oaks
    • Polly Ranch Estates
    • Quakerbend Estates
    • Regency Estates
    • Rio Claro
    • Sunset Acres
    • The Park
    • Timberfield Estates
    • Whitney
    • Winding Way Estates

    Curious about the projected growth for the next 10 years? Take a look at what is expected, this would help understand why the rezoning is needed.

    All information was obtained from Friendswood ISD and can be found at myfisd.com

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