Attendance boundaries for 2024-2025 approved
Following school board approval on January 8, Northwest ISD has finalized 2024-2025 attendance boundaries that will best balance the student populations at schools across the district during a period of rapid growth.
With the approval, boundaries have been set for a new elementary school – Alan & Andra Perrin Elementary School – and adjusted at other areas facing tremendous student enrollment growth. The boundary approval includes changes made to the initial recommendation thanks to community feedback provided both electronically and at a rezoning meeting in December.
Final 2024-2025 attendance boundary changes are as follows:
2024-2025 Elementary School Attendance Boundaries
With the opening of Perrin Elementary School, the new campus will provide relief for Love and Justin elementary schools. Additionally, to better balance campus levels, changes to Love will relieve Hatfield. (In the linked map, the Hatfield boundary is in pink, the Love boundary is in teal, the Perrin boundary is in light yellow and the Justin boundary is in brick red.)
Students affected by rezoning and entering the final grade-level year at their campus will have the option to stay at their current campus, if desired. Because only elementary schools are rezoned this year, this means students entering 5th grade next year are eligible to remain at their current elementary school if they are affected by rezoning.
Students who choose to remain at their current school will not receive district-provided transportation (except in cases of SPED accommodations), and younger siblings will not be eligible to remain. Northwest ISD will email these families a link to submit a transfer, open from February 1 to 15, to remain at their current school. All other transfer applications will be accepted from April 1 to May 15.
Once records are available for which students intend to remain at their current schools, families of students moving to new schools can expect communication providing an opportunity to get to know their new campuses.
As the fastest-growing school district in North Texas, Northwest ISD anticipates enrollment growth of about 1,400 to 1,900 students per year in the coming years. Attendance boundary adjustments are necessary to create enrollment zones for new campuses as well as balance enrollment at existing campuses to maintain safe and effective learning environments.