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Katy ISD Board of Trustees Approve Attendance Boundary Modifications for Several Elementary Schools

(KATY ISD) – During This week’s regular Board Meeting, the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to approve an Attendance Boundary Modification for two of the district’s future elementary schools, Elementary #45 and #46, as well as areas served by Bethke, Campbell, Golbow, Hutsell, Leonard, McElwain and McRoberts elementary schools. This ABM would address the rapid growth within the neighborhoods surrounding those campuses. The new ABM will go into effect for the 2024-2025 academic year.


Periodic boundary modifications ensure efficient campus usage and help balance enrollment across Katy ISD campuses, officials said. This past July, the district began surveying families who were identified as potentially impacted by the boundary modifications.


“ABMs are commonly known to take place when a new campus is set to open. However, this same process can be utilized when the district observes schools being over-utilized or under-utilized,” said Ted Vierling, Chief Operations Officer at Katy ISD. “With tonight’s approval, several Katy ISD quadrants will see relief for the next two to three years.”


Currently, the northwest quadrant of Katy ISD is experiencing increased growth due to several new housing developments and businesses coming to the area. Both Elementary #45 and #46 are located in this quadrant and are scheduled to open in the fall of 2023.


To view the final ABM modifications, visit the Katy ISD ABM website.



Elementary #45 and #46 ABM

Northeast Elementary ABM

Southwest Elementary ABM

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