Duluth School District Not Changing Boundaries

Study Shows Enrollment Levels Are Stable

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The Duluth School Board has learned it no longer needs to consider adjusting its elementary boundaries for the next school year.

Previous projections indicated the elementary schools may be at capacity.

So the district brought in a demographer to complete a more in–depth report, which revealed enrollment will, in fact, be stabilized.

“We’re going to see a little more balance between our districts on the eastern side of town and on the western side of town,” said Superintendent Bill Gronseth. “Our numbers will drop a little bit at the elementary level, but come up a little bit in the other grades.”

The study showed the district should remain stable for the next five years.

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