The Denton Independent School District has scheduled two public meetings to provide elementary school families the opportunity to review proposed attendance zone boundary changes for the new Sandbrock Ranch Elementary and possible adjustments to the current Paloma Creek, Savannah and Union Park Elementary attendance zones. Sandbrock Ranch Elementary is scheduled to open in the fall of 2022.
Families with students at Union Park, Savannah and Paloma Creek Elementary schools may be affected by the proposed attendance zone changes.
Families who are designated to be rezoned and who wish for their student to remain at their current campus next year will have the option to do so by completing a commitment form prior to March 1, 2022. The commitment form will signify that a parent wishes to remain at their current campus for the 2022-23 academic year and that transportation will be the responsibility of the parent. The commitment form will be posted following the Board of Trustees’ approval of the rezoning plan scheduled for the Tuesday, Dec. 14 Trustees' meeting.
Claire Springer, principal of Sandbrock Ranch Elementary, will be on hand at both meetings to greet parents and be introduced to families.
The rezoning, which will take effect for the 2022-23 school year, is necessary as the district continues to accommodate the rapid growth in the eastern and southeastern portions of Denton ISD. Families being directly impacted by the proposed attendance zone changes, once approved, will be notified directly by the district.
“We are excited about the opening of Sandbrock Ranch Elementary and providing much-needed relief in one of the fastest-growing areas of our district,” said Dr. Jeff Russell, area superintendent of academic programs.
For more information on the proposed attendance zones or meetings, contact the district at (940) 369-0038 or leave a comment card below.
Zone Map Information
Sandbrock Ranch is scheduled to be opened in fall 2022 and below are the current zone map and the new proposed map. On the left is the current zone and on the right is the proposed zone map. The proposed zone map will go into effect for the 2022-2023 academic year after receiving approval by the Board of Trustees. To view the maps bigger on a separate tab, click on the map images below to view larger.