Redistricting: Who It Will Affect, Where They'll Go

January 13, 1991

Schools that would be affected by redistricting plans now under consideration by the county public school system:

* Atholton High -- Associate superintendent Maurice F. Kalin said he would not recommend any change, but had looked at the possibility of transferring 67 students from Sebring and Owen Brown Estates from Atholton to Wilde Lake High.

* Harper's Choice Middle -- Two groups of students -- those living south of Little Patuxent Parkway and east of Cedar Lane and those living south of Clary's Forest between the Middle Patuxent River and Cedar Lane -- would be transferred to Wilde Lake Middle School.

* Wilde Lake Middle -- 200 students from Phelps Luck neighborhood will go to the new Mayfield Woods Middle School on Red Barn Way, which willopen in September.

* Mayfield Woods Middle -- Will open with students from Phelps Luck, plus students living in the area north of Route 175 to proposed Route 100 plus students living between proposed Route 100 and the junction of Routes 103 and 104. Kalin said the Route 103-104 students could be part of a phased plan that would keep them at Ellicott Mills Middle School for the 1991-1992 school year and transfer them the following September.

* Clarksville Elementary -- Approximately 250 students living east of Route 108, south of Highland Road between Mink Hollow and Route 108, and east of Mink Hollow Road would be transferred from Clarksville to Pointer's Run Elementary. Thechange will leave Clarksville with approximately 325 students, belowthe school's capacity of 375.

* Clemens Crossing Elementary -- 45students living south of the Patuxent River, including those who reside on Johns Hopkins, Pindell School and Sanner roads, will be transferred to Pointer's Run.

* Pointer's Run Elementary -- With transfers from Clarksville and Clemens Crossing, Pointer's Run will open with about 300 students, Kalin said. It has a capacity of 572.

* Bollman Bridge Elementary -- About 50 students from Clock Tower Lane and Softwater Way could be transferred to Atholton Elementary to relieve overcrowding at Bollman Bridge.

* Jeffers Hill Elementary -- Kalinsaid he had considered moving about 50 students living on Early April Way to Atholton Elementary, but would probably recommend leaving them at Jeffers Hill.

NOTE: SEE MAIN STORY (NEW SCHOOL LINES BEUNG DRAWN, BUT PARENTS OBJECT TO BOUNDARIES

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