Katy, TX News (November 25, 2015) – Katy ISD’s mission is to work with families and our community to provide students with unparalleled learning experiences. To that end, the District is sharing information about upcoming Attendance Boundary Modification proposals that are intended to provide long-range solutions to manage student enrollment growth as we see 2,000+ new students and their families move into the district on an annual basis. Successful ABMs are achieved through campus capacity reductions, capacity increases or a combination of both.
Each year, the District engages in studies of growth, development and school and program enrollment capacity projections conducted by Population and Survey Analysts (PASA). On October 26, 2015, new enrollment projections were presented to the Katy ISD Board of Trustees. The study estimates continued growth for Katy ISD, particularly in the northwest and southwest quadrants with the addition of more than 47,000 new housing units (multi-family and single family) during the next 10 years.
The purpose of this survey is to share information about how growth in the region is being addressed by Katy ISD, to gather information about how your family may be impacted and to share information about ABM processes.
Your participation is anonymous, unless you choose to provide your contact information at the end of the survey. The data from this survey will be used as a part of a broader analysis and discussion with the Katy ISD Board of Trustees. Your feedback is very much appreciated.