Attendance Zoning, 2021–22

Attendance Zoning, 2021–22

The Leander ISD Board of Trustees is reviewing elementary attendance zones for the 2021–22 school year and the opening Tarvin Elementary School, located in the Palmera Ridge subdivision in the northeast area of the district.

Each October, Leander ISD receives an annual demographic update from Population and Survey Analysts (PASA). By studying student residential locations, potential growth and decline, housing trends, and economic factors inherent to the district, PASA laid out the expected long‐term trends for the district, and created a dataset to use in planning for the next 10 years.

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Scenario A | Scenario A Survey
The survey has been extended through Sunday, March 22
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Scenario A | Survey
Zoning Charter | Survey Report

In reviewing attendance zones for the 2021–22 school year and the opening of Tarvin Elementary School, Leander ISD will engage the community in this process.

At this time, the district presented its first scenario – Scenario A – along with a corresponding survey of Scenario A.  The survey deadline has been extended through Sunday, March 22.

Additional information can be found in the "Process" and "Resource" sections below.


The Board process is as follows (Flow Chart Graphic):

  1. District staff facilitate community discussion and feedback collection regarding project charter, defining the core values. Core values are the considerations or preferences included in a zoning change. The values could include, but are not limited to:
    • maintaining feeder patterns;
    • relieving overcrowded schools;
    • balancing enrollments; or
    • minimizing changes for students.
  2. District staff summarize charter feedback and present to the Board for review.
  3. Board approves project charter.
  4. District staff build possible attendance zoning scenarios and facilitate community discussion and feedback collection on each scenario.
  5. District staff publish scenario for public comment, including community forums.
  6. District staff provides recommendation report to the Board.
  7. Board reviews and adopts final zoning that will take effect for the 2021–22 school year.

The Board will evaluate the presented scenarios, taking into consideration the necessary criteria and feedback from the public/community. Upon completion of this process, the Board will adopt the middle school attendance zones.



Dual Language Program Zoning

As the Leander ISD Board of Trustees looks to approve elementary attendance zones for the 2021–22 school year, the district will also evaluate the zoning of qualified bilingual students to the four existing host campuses: Bagdad, Knowles, Reed and Whitestone. Targeted feedback from these affected qualified bilingual families will be solicited to shape how bilingual students feed to one of the four host campuses

Dual Language Program Zoning Charter | Survey Report

Current Zoning by Host Campus

Bagdad Elementary School 

  • Bagdad
  • Parkside
  • Plain
  • Pleasant Hill

Knowles Elementary

  • Block House Creek
  • Giddens
  • Knowles

Reed Elementary

  • Cox
  • Cypress
  • Deer Creek
  • Faubion
  • Grandview Hills
  • Laura Welch Bush
  • Mason
  • Naumann
  • Reagan
  • Reed
  • River Place
  • River Ridge
  • Rutledge
  • Steiner Ranch
  • Westside

Whitestone Elementary 

  • Akin
  • Camacho
  • Whitestone
  • Winkley