Attendance Boundaries: 2023-2024 Proposed Adjustments
Feb 23, 2023
The Attendance Boundary Committee presented High School Plan 3 for consideration and possible approval to the Board of Trustees. The Committee did not bring any elementary attendance plans forward for consideration and approval. The Board approved the High School 3 plan for the 23-24 school year. You can review this plan here. The following expectations were approved along with high school plan 3:
- Bohls Place grandfathering remains intact and unchanged until the class of 2027
- Grandfather WHS Rising 11th (class of 2025) and 12th grade (class of 2024) students
- Close Out-of-District Transfers to WHS and HHS
- Approve In-District transfers on a case-by-case basis to WHS and HHS; ensuring 5A UIL threshold is not exceeded
The Board approved the Hidden Lake attendance boundaries Feb 2021. Hidden Lake attendance boundary adjustments go into effect for the 23-24 school year. Please review these adjustments here.
The district will send communication to impacted families. If you have questions about grandfathering or transfers, please feel free to contact Student Affairs at 512-594-0046. If you have questions about your attendance boundaries, please contact the Student Data Department at 512-594-9289.
Feb 6, 2023
The Attendance Boundary Committee presented an update to the Board of Trustees. The update included a recommendation to move two plans forward for additional study and discussion. Staff has not asked the Board for approval of any plans at this time. The two plans moving forward for additional consideration and possible modification include:
- Elementary Plan 9- Proposed repurposing of DES
- High School Plan 1 without HHS Boundary Adjustments
The committee will update and ask for possible approval of the two plans at the Feb 23, 2023, Board meeting. You can review the presentation here.
Jan 19, 2023
The Attendance Boundary Committee presented an update to the Board of Trustees. The update included a recommendation to move four plans forward for additional study and discussion. Staff has not asked the Board for approval of any plans at this time. The four plans moving forward for additional consideration and possible modification include:
- Elementary Plan 1- Proposed repurposing of ROES and DES
- Elementary Plan 2- Proposed repurposing of PLES and DES
- Elementary Plan 8- Relieve campuses east of 130
- High School Plan 1
You can review the presentation here. The committee will update the Board of Trustees again on Feb 2, 2023, at the Board's Workshop.
Jan 17, 2023
PfISD is seeking your feedback!
Please consider providing feedback about the proposed 23-24 attendance boundary plans. After reviewing the plans (slides or videos) or attending a community meeting, please consider using the link below to submit feedback, input, or questions. You can also email the boundary committee directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Community meetings are hosted at PES, PLES, BES, and WHS this week. Please review the calendar for additional details.
Google Form: Boundary Feedback
Jan 9, 2023
PfISD begins its community meetings this week. These meetings will continue through Jan 18, 2023. Please review the presentation calendar to the right. Specific plans will be covered at certain meetings. If you cannot attend a community meeting, please review the presentation and plans available online and make sure your voice is heard by:
1. Completing this feedback form.
2. Emailing your feedback to email@example.com
Jan 4, 2023
PfISD communicated in an email on December 16, 2022, about possibly adjusting attendance boundaries and repurposing campuses for the 23-24 school year. During the December 15, 2022, Board meeting, the district proposed several attendance boundary models to address the district's growth, facilities, and efficiency challenges.
PfISD is hosting several community meetings next week to discuss these plans. Please consider attending to learn more and share your feedback. There will be an overview of each proposed plan; however, the plans listed on the calendar will be discussed in greater detail. The campuses impacted by these proposed plans are also listed in the calendar.
Please attend the meetings that best meet your needs. If you cannot attend a community meeting, the presentation will be posted on this site for your review.
You can also provide direct feedback by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete this feedback form.
Proposed Maps & Streets
The bold BLUE outline on each map represents the current boundaries. The non-annotated map can be zoomed in to reveal approximate streets and neighborhoods.
The bold RED outline on each map represents the current boundaries. Annotated maps show the current boundaries of proposed repurposed campuses. The non-annotated map can be zoomed in to reveal approximate streets and neighborhoods.
Presentations and Videos
PowerPoint Presentation by Location/Date
- Henderickson HS Jan 9, 2023
- Dessau Elementary Jan 9, 2023
- Connally HS Jan 10, 2023
- Spring Hill Elementary Jan 10, 2023
- Pflugerville HS Jan 11, 2023
- River Oaks ES Jan 11, 2023
- Pflugerville ES Jan 17, 2023
- Parmer Lane ES Jan 17, 2023
- Weiss HS Jan 18, 2023
- Brookhollow ES Jan 18, 2023
- Board Update Jan 19, 2023
- Superintendent Board Update, to include legislative contacts, Jan 19, 2023
- Board Update Feb 6, 2023
- Board Update Feb 23, 2023
Video Presentation by Plan
Update: On Feb 6, 2023, ES Plan 9 and HS Plan 3 were recommended to move forward for consideration and possible approval.
Update: On Jan 19, 2023, only High School Plan 1 was recommended to move forward for additional analysis and possible modification.
Update: On Jan 19, 2023, plans 1, 2, and 8 were recommended to move forward for additional analysis and possible modifications.
Update: On Jan 19, 2023, these plans were NOT recommended to move forward for additional analysis or modification.
These reports were considered while developing the 23-24 proposed attendance boundary plans.
Quarterly Reports for the District
Forecasted Enrollment Based on Plan
These plans also include projected changes in economic needs per campus. Economic need is the number of students receiving free or reduced meals. ED-Economically Disadvantaged
Elementary- plan 1 data updated 1/18/23