Additional Boundary Feedback Received

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    • As a Cedar Creek Proper parent, I am excited about the possibility of my daughter going to a new school with less children. I see no adverse situation ... both schools are about the same distance from our home, both schools will provide my child with a great education and she’ll either have 270 friends at Canyon Creek or 300+ at Cedar Creek. I do NOT feel there will be a problem with Cedar Creek Proper going to either school. I love the idea of a smaller school and maybe smaller classes the first year. Thank you for your hard work and attention to this boundary split! 
    • I feel very strongly that splitting up the community of Cedar Creek would be a terrible mistake. I’d like to share with you why I feel so deeply. In spring of 2017, it was clear to us that we needed a larger home and as we searched throughout Overland Park and Olathe, it became evident that Cedar Creek proper would be the place we would call home. As much as we love our home and neighbors, there are not many young families in our immediate area. However, as we spent time at our pools shared with other sections of the Cedar Creek neighborhood, we were embraced by many families with children, most of whom live in South Glen and The Crossings. We were able to walk into school on the first day of the 2017-2018 school year and recognize faces of those we had been swimming with and hanging with at the pools offered in our community. As the school year continued, those relationships grew. These faces not only became faces we recognized but faces that we began doing life with. Most of those faces are located in South Glen, and even though there is a small distance between our neighborhoods, these faces soon became our best friends, our community, our people that help us in time of need. Aside from taking care of each other, this community supports one another! We own a business and since building these amazing friendships, folks out here have also supported our business. Our community is interested in each others’ lives and supportive of one another’s endeavors. Recently, we had an event at our business for children and I invited a few of my son’s teammates. I also knew my son would enjoy having his new buds there. From my initial invitation to a few teammates, word about our event spread and we had at 17 Cedar Creek kids and about 8-10 families represented. Amazing! I remember telling my husband how awesome it was that we had made these friendships and they were willing to support our business. You see, community is more important than numbers and new shiny surfaces. I believe in Olathe Public Schools. I believe that Olathe hires the best principals and teachers. I believe in the education that Olathe Public Schools provides our young people. However, I also believe in community. Relationships, support, togetherness: these things are more important than anything. Raising kids is hard; this world is hard. We need to belong; we need support; we need COMMUNITY. I was a teacher. When asked what the most important thing about teaching was/is, I have and will always say relationships. Please do not take that away.
    • While option 1 is my preferred, I thought option 3 was well thought-out and provides nice optionality for choosing middle and high schools when the time comes. Please pass on my vote for option 1 as top priority.
    • We would like you to know that we feel that splitting up the Cedar Creek community is not in the best interest of our students. As a neighborhood, we feel it is important to keep our community together. Our students make friends at the swimming pool, park, and playing outside. I would be disappointed to learn that our neighborhood friends would be at a different school. We vote for concept #1.
    • I was at the Cedar Creek meeting earlier this week and heard a lot of discussion about the school boundary decision splitting up the Cedar Creek community but I disagree that the boundary decision really has anything to do with splitting up the Cedar Creek community.  The community will remain the same regardless of where the school boundary line is drawn. So I would request that the Board of Education base this decision on what will be best for our children's educational needs for the long term in both schools.
    • On October 24th, 2018 the governing boards of the Cedar Creek Community Homeowner's Associations met and considered the school district’s board proposal to split the Cedar Creek Community boundaries between two elementary schools. Our HOA Boards unanimously voted to express opposition to this proposal. The Canyon Creek Boundary Discussion dated October 22, 2017, Frequently Asked Questions, sets forth the following: Why would the district consider splitting up the Cedar Creek Development? Cedar Creek Development is comprised of 18 different communities/neighborhoods that cover over 2,600 acres of land. This development is bigger than the entire attendance area of 30 of the district1s current 35 elementary attendance areas. Cedar Creek currently has 1,349 homes with 1,151 lots approved for development with the potential for 1,000 additional (as yet unapproved) lots.  Apparently, the board is attempting to portray our community as a hodgepodge of different "communities" and neighborhoods and calling it a "development" in order to support its position that splitting up our community between two elementary schools is somehow not that big of deal. To the contrary, The Cedar Creek Community is one of the first master planned communities of its kind in the state of Kansas. The only reason we have different "neighborhoods" is to differentiate between maintenance-provided and non-maintenance-provided lots, and different home styles, and to budget accordingly. Cedar Creek was developed with the intention of providing a family fun, resort-style environment for all of its residents. With its many amenities — pools, trails, tennis, golf, lakes, clubhouse­ — it truly is a one of a kind community. And we promote the fact that it is a standalone community. From our community Easter egg hunt, SummerFest Celebration, Pirates Pool Party, or Christmas with Santa­, all children grow up living in the "Creek” and being "Cedar Creekers.” To split up their friendships they have developed within our community by splitting up the elementary schools they attend during these critically formative years would be a travesty. We strive to create a sense of community for our children and splitting up our youth to two separate elementary schools would be counter to this effort. Please give our concerns careful consideration and do not spit up our community. Very truly yours, Larry Louk, President Cedar Creek Community Services Corporation, Olathe High School Class President 1975, and Tom Schrader, President Cedar Creek Village I Homes Association
    • Please keep the Cedar Creek community together. Considering that one of your goals as a district is to consider all students social and emotional needs, it is clear that the board must recognize that Option 1 is the best decision based on this guiding principle. The entire Cedar Creek community shares amenities and social events as part of the same neighborhood. These kids are part of the same neighborhood and to just carve out a section would divide a community. Another guiding principle set forth by the boundary committee was enrollment numbers and fiscal responsibility to taxpayers. Option one satisfies these principles as well and were clearly supported by the data you provided. One final point is that if the board decides to go with Option 2/3, please give Cedar Creek proper the MS and HS area of choice option in order to maintain those relationships built over the years.
    • I have read the proposed boundary changes and would like to support Option #2 and believe I represent a silent majority. This support of Option #2 may be contrary to some of the dialogue I have read about splitting the Cedar Creek Neighborhood (South Glen of Cedar Creek and Cedar Creek Proper), but in my case, I feel I have a perspective of a seasoned parent. In addition, there are some points I raise which may help in making a boundary decision. The primary reason I support Option #2, has to do with the ability to then wrap Cedar Creek Proper into the attendance area of Prairie Trail Middle School and Olathe Northwest High School.  Currently this area attends Mission Trail Middle and Olathe West High School. From the north side of Cedar Creek Proper, the distance to Olathe West is in excess of eight miles and an approximately 20 minute drive. The distance to Mission Trail is less, but in that same ballpark. This is opposed to Olathe Northwest High School which is less than five miles and a ten minute drive. The drive to Olathe West/Mission Trail can be difficult for working parents who most commonly work in a different direction. While students can ride the bus, this isn’t the case for involved high school students who have before and after school activities. In addition, the distance of Olathe West is concerning for new high school drivers. The access between K-7 and College Boulevard can at times be dangerous. Olathe Northwest and Prairie Trail are much more accessible in terms of transportation for those living in Cedar Creek Proper. In addition, new home buyers are concerned about the distance between Cedar Creek Proper and its assigned middle and high schools. If this is of concern to a new buyer, who is looking to buy in this area, they would more likely choose Falcon Ridge which is roughly three miles to Olathe Northwest or Forest View which is roughly two miles to Olathe West. Cedar Creek Proper is the only area within the Olathe School District with such a long commute. One of the arguments which is in support of boundary Option #1 is South Glen of Cedar Creek and Cedar Creek Proper are the same neighborhood and should not attend different elementary, middle or high schools. South Glen of Cedar Creek and Cedar Creek Proper have been considered the same neighborhood due to the Cedar Creek name (the developer) and the fact that both areas attend Cedar Creek Elementary. However, in many ways, they are not the same neighborhood. Children cannot walk or bike between the two areas due to distance and lack of sidewalks/accessible roads, each area has its own pool and each area has distinct and separate sense of community. In other areas of the city, if neighborhoods were separated by 3-5 miles, they would not be considered the same neighborhood. Another reason for the support of Option #1 is that if Cedar Creek Elementary is split, friends will be split. My children grew up in an era when Cedar Creek Elementary spun off three different elementary schools. In addition, my children attended two different junior high/middle schools due to boundary changes and a new high school was added and boundaries changed again. In each and every one of those boundary discussions, the friend component was always front and center. While I understand the argument that children do not want to leave their friends, and it is difficult, this community has seen a lot of fluidity in terms of school attendance boundaries. Oftentimes, however, these changes can be of benefit. It seemed as though my kids knew so many students in Olathe, as at one time or another they were in the same school. It has been our experience in each boundary discussion that the district hasn’t made a bad decision and once the boundaries are set, the community is generally happy. In this specific situation, I would ask that the district consider the long-term effects of the distance to the middle/high schools to the community of Cedar Creek. With the growth in the South Glen area of Cedar Creek, the change is most likely inevitable at some point.
    • It is important that ALL the children living within the Cedar Creek Community remain at CCE. This neighborhood is a community and its residents (the people that play sports together, go to the community pool, attend neighborhood functions, etc.) should not be divided. I appreciate your consideration in this matter. Thank you for the time.
    • I am writing to share my thoughts after attending the boundary meeting last night. First of all I am so appreciative of the way that parent input has been valued in this process. The time spent to organize data, inform parents and truly listen to feedback speaks volumes. As parents we are not thinking of budgets and numbers, but just on what is best for our kids. I live north of K-10 so my children will be attending Canyon Creek regardless of which option is chosen. I was blown away by Mr. Reeves presentation on the new school last night! Our family is so excited to start at Canyon Creek next year! Last night I was really disheartened during the discussion of options 2 and 3. First of all I am very against the idea of bringing a bunch of families to Canyon Creek that don't want to be there. What a negative impact this will have on our school culture! But beyond that, it seemed to me that these options make sense only in terms of numbers and money. I'm concerned to think that the board might put what works best for the spreadsheet ahead of what works best for the kids. These options are so messy in terms of dividing neighborhoods, middle school/high school issues, etc. Option one provides such a natural boundary that will carry our kids through their middle and high school years. I realize that this would mean the numbers are a little uneven, but I feel that as long as they are within the acceptable range, they should not be the deciding factor.
    • As a Cedar Creek neighbor we would prefer to keep our kids at Cedar Creek Elementary and not move them to Canyon Creek. One of the reasons why is we don't want the commute to take them to the other side of K-10. Eventually there will be a paved sidewalk parallel College Blvd to connect to the Claire Rd. from Cedar Niles Blvd. and our kids will have the option the bike when they are old enough or walk home after school. That will never be an option if we are moved to another school. We urge you to keep the Cedar Creek kids at Cedar Creek.
    • Last night I attended the second Canyon Creek boundary meeting and wanted to let you know I appreciate the detailed and organized presentation. The new elementary school looks wonderful and my family can't wait to make the switch to Canyon Creek Elementary. However, after attending the meeting last night, I think option one would be the best choice for a variety of reasons. The main reason my family is hoping for option one is because I am concerned about the potential toxic environment that would be created if options two or three were passed. I heard a lot of families expressing absolutely not wanting to move schools. I am worried that if families are forced to move schools, it would create a negative atmosphere when most of the families that live to the north of 10 are excited for the new school and looking forward to it. I used to be a middle school teacher and know that a parent's attitude can have a positive or negative impact on their child's academic experience. As an extremely involved parent at CCE, I want to work with other parents at the new school who are just as excited as my family.
    • I was unable to attend last night's meeting, but have reviewed the powerpoint presentation. I want to encourage you to choose Option 2 or Option 3. I believe this will allow the population at Cedar Creek to remain at lower numbers for a longer time period.  Cedar Creek is a great school, but the large numbers have meant kids are not able to participate in activities they would like to do. I also believe these options are most beneficial for the middle school and high school enrollments.  While I am told that the opening of Summit Trail decreased the attendance of Mission Trail, it is still a very large school. I strongly encourage you to stand up to those opposed to splitting Cedar Creek (especially given the overall size of the neighborhood) by doing what is best for all of the kids concerned.
    • Middle school years are already some of the more stressful times for kids. To make them switch schools in their 7th grade year (or really any middle school year) would be very difficult for many of the kids psychologically and socially. In the climate we are in, separating friends and social support systems due to an arbitrary boundary decision seems unfair. One of the biggest reasons we moved to where we did is the schools our kids will be able to attend. Our specific development (North Shore) has fewer kids as it is, so I am concerned with pulling them away from the people and friends they know. K10 has always seemed a natural boundary line. Maybe an option of grandfathering in the change with many of the new houses that are coming up in the newer developing areas like Hidden Lakes could be considered, since those areas have not established relationships it may not be quite as difficult. I know this is a difficult decision, and one where no plan will make everyone happy, but I wanted to express my concerns as a parent.
    • Please allow the students of Cedar Creek proper (K10-south to College) to continue their education at Cedar Creek Elementary. This is the home school they identify with and they should not be asked to relocate to Canyon Creek Elementary. As a future note, if these schools are being named for their community, they need to serve those within that community.
    • It has recently come to my attention from many members of our Cedar Creek community that there is a proposal in place that would split our neighborhood in half regarding elementary school boundaries. As someone who recently moved out here I can tell you that this is something that would significantly impact our community’s children, including my own once they grow to school age. The Cedar Creek community is just that, a community. We have friends all over the neighborhood and look forward to our kids soon going to school together. I would ask that you strongly consider this community bond and choose not to divide our community up.
    • As a Cedar Creek proper resident, I am asking that you stop using our kids as seat fillers and think of them as the children they are. They have been with these kids for years and are now part of teams that mean something to them. This is a crucial developmental age for them and with the rising suicide rate in this area it could be very detrimental to some children who need the comfort of their support systems and be able to trust that the adults that oversee the schools have their best interest in mind. As “concerned” as the district claims to be about suicide prevention and mental health, I find it appalling that this would seem like a logical solution. This same group has had to endure this fear of separation from their friends and schools twice in such a short period of time. The very thought of them being separated from their friends and schools have them more upset than you can imagine. This idea of separating cedar creek  would not be in the best interest of any of the cedar creek proper children. The area north of K10 is growing you don’t need to disrupt our kids to fill a few seats.
    • I am writing because I have been hearing that the Cedar Creek neighborhood may be divided when the new school opens in 2019. I am just sick to hear this news. I am the mother of four children, and we purchased our home in Cedar Creek for the elementary school. We paid a premium to make sure our children would attend Cedar Creek Elementary. I am so sad to think that our name sake would no longer be ours and we would be forced to go to school in Lenexa. If this does happen, we will be fighting it. You CANNOT break up a strong community like Cedar Creek. The residents of Prairie Brook are piggy backing on our beloved elementary school and if anyone needs to be reassigned, it is them.
    • I wanted to share my feedback that it seemed obvious right from the beginning of the presentation that the Board is leaning towards new option 3. The entire presentation was geared in that way — trying to show us driving distance proximity and also lauding all the amazing things about the new school. I still do not think it is fair that some developments like Prairie Brook get to stay at CCE, but then some of us who are actually in the Cedar Creek development would have to move over to Canyon Creek, which, as previously stated, is a school outside our neighborhood development. I understand the proximity thing but do not understand why neighborhoods that are not actually Cedar Creek are getting preference to stay at CCE when we (in Cedar Creek North Shore) are not. Current Mission Trail kids who would be affected by this change should get to stay at MT instead of having to move. Separating them from their friends is detrimental and unfair at this point. I realize that difficult decisions need to be made and that not everyone will be happy with these decisions. Again, I wanted to voice my concerns.
    • I know that the district wants to do what's best for students and the communities for which we live and that is why I am writing to you today. Our family feels strongly that the Cedar Creek Community should be allowed to stay together at CCE and down the road in middle school, for the benefit of our community and our children. We ask that you consider our opinion while making your decision. Thank you for your time.
    • I know a decision is being decided about where Cedar Creek children attend school and I ask that you consider keeping the Cedar Creek community together. We have lots of friends that live in a different section of cedar creek and we have grown to love and know those families and we really want to continue this relationship together at the same school. I currently know that having a great community around you makes all the difference in the world and so many of us are rooting for this decision to keep cedar creek together! Thank you so much for your time on this matter.
    • First, I realize that there are opinions on all sides of the fence — literally. It seems to me that K-10 is a natural dividing line — those who live North of K-10 should go to Canyon Creek, and those that live South should attend Cedar Creek. I think it would be strange to live in Cedar Creek like we do, and have our little one attend over at Canyon Creek. We live in Cedar Creek, and therefore our daughter should go to the school in her community. Overall, it's unfortunate that anyone has to move schools, but it's a necessary part of the growing community. We voice our support to use K-10 as a natural dividing line.
    • Our family has weathered this storm several times over the last 15 years! I would like to see Cedar Creek families stay together at Cedar Creek Elementary. Go to Mission Trail and West. Switching back and forth and being separated from neighbors is hard on a kiddo. Cedar Creek has a long history of community and it would be nice to keep the boundaries as they are so we can all continue to grow our families together! #village
    • I am emailing to voice my opinion regarding the movement of the Cedar Creek proper kids to Canyon Creek. We live in actual Cedar Creek. We are very much opposed to moving to Canyon Creek. We are part of the Cedar Creek community. I understand that you don't have enough kids for Canyon Creek. But that is not our problem. You will have more than enough in a year. We do not want our kids to be seat fillers. Breaking up our kids from their peers is unacceptable. It is also to our understanding that you are considering proposing a middle school boundary change. My question is when were you planning on announcing that publicly? Would you not have to have 2 public meetings regarding that. Once again. We would like to stay where we are and we feel that option one is the best option with the natural K10 boundary line.
    • I am asking that you PLEASE leave Cedar Creek together. No doubt that Canyon Creek Elementary will be an amazing school with amazing staff, but if you change our schools you will cause major anxiety with my children, especially my 7th grader. If you required him to change Middle Schools and maybe high schools you are asking him to leave a majority of his friends, as a matter of fact you would be asking him to leave all but THREE friends. Asking him to leave the friends that he's essentially grown up with during this transitional period (teenage years) would be extremely challenging and completely unnecessary. From what I understand Canyon Creek has plenty of kids to have a wonderful first year without adding our FEW children to their school. I appreciate you taking the time to read this and understand my concerns.
    • I wanted to express that my family is in favor of Option 1, where Prairie Brook stays with us at Cedar Creek and we keep the Cedar Creek neighborhood together. With that option, I hope that Cedar Creek will no longer be so full and that class sizes will stay around about 18-21 kids per class. Since my two second graders started, they've had 25-26 students per class some years, and that's just too many kids for one teacher. I hope these changes will ensure our teacher/student ratios are acceptable and that we don't creep back up to 24-26 kids per class. I know right now we're zoned to attend Olathe West, but with so many new houses being built I'm wondering how you plan to accommodate that growth with the current high schools in place? Is there any chance our kids could move to Olathe NW after all this growth? We don't like that our kids will have to travel a farther distance to West (on the highway with a large intersection at Santa Fe) when ONW is so much closer. Is that being considered in the plans for the future?
    • I would just like to state that I support the proposed plans from the September boundary meetings that keep Prairie Brook neighborhood at Cedar Creek Elementary. Having our children be able to walk across the street to school is so valuable to us as a community and many relationships have been built between cedar creek neighborhoods and prairie brook children and families that I believe our communities would not be quite as wonderful if we were separated. Thank you.
    • I would like to propose that Prairie Brook would stay at Cedar Creek Eementary. I heard the apartments got turned down which will affect the numbers at the new school. I feel Canyon Creek is too far away for it to be logical to send Prairie Brook kids there. I currently have a kindergarten at Cedar Creek and a soon to be student in the next couple of years. To think of the logistics and traffic to have to get to Canyon Creek does not make sense to me when Cedar Creek is across the street. Also, many families are heavily involved at Cedar Creek that live in Prairie Brook.
    • I just wanted to express my desire and opinion that it just makes geographical sense for Prairie Brook subdivision to stay at Cedar Creek Elementary. We enjoy the proximity as we can nearly see the school from our houses, hear the kids on the playground from our backyards and walk to school on nice weather days. Please consider as you move forward with the decision making process.
    • I wanted to express my concerns and observations related to the options presented. Option 1 is the best option in my opinion because it allows relief of Cedar Creek elementary and makes a clear cut boundary line. Since the district made the high school boundaries a few years ago, this option keeps true to your decision to keep Cedar Creek proper intact with the entire Cedar Creek community. Option 1 keeps true to the integrity of keeping a neighborhood community together. Cedar creek is a big community and to just take “Cedar Creek Proper” (only 75-80 kids) to Canyon Creek would not make sense for those kids. Long term, we need to keep Cedar Creek intact. This is a neighborhood that shares amenities, pools, events and other family friendly events, so taking one part of the neighborhood away from the rest would not be good for our community.
    • My vote would be for option 1...keeping Cedar Creek “proper” together and the boundary line K10. We are a neighborhood. We attend the same neighborhood pools, go to the same neighborhood sponsored functions, etc. Option 1 is also inline with the current middle school and high school boundaries, of which I am also a fan in the sense that they keep Cedar Creek “proper” Prairie Brook, and Southglen/Woods together from kindergarten through high school graduation.
    • We live in the Cedar Creek community; not Canyon Creek. Every other elementary school in the district serves the community it is in: Manchester Park, Forest View, Ravenwood, etc. A given school may serve more communities, but it seems illogical that it would not serve the entire community it is in. I guess what I am trying to convey is that we spent a lot of time considering schools when we moved into our home eight years ago. We had heard so many great things about Cedar Creek Elementary and the teaching staff there, that solidified our decision to move. In hindsight, it was the perfect decision for our kids and they absolutely love it there, and we continue to be impressed with the administration and teachers there. If we’d wanted a new/start-up school, we would have moved somewhere different. We live approximately one mile from Cedar Creek Elementary. Canyon Creek Elementary, however, is more than three miles away. Individuals in the Hidden Lakes subdivision are carved out from Cedar Creek “Proper" and will stay at Cedar Creek Elementary; however, they are closer to Canyon Creek Elementary than we are. Essentially, families would be driving past each other to get their children to the proposed attendance school. Additionally, it would seem that it would be less disruptive to have kids in those new homes feed into the new school rather than kids in the more established neighborhoods of Cedar Creek. Since Boundary Option 1 shows the number of students attending Cedar Creek Elementary would still be lower than other surrounding schools, including Manchester Park and Clearwater Creek, I hope Boundary Option 1 is still being considered as the proposal to present to the Board of Education.  
    • My vote would be for option 1...keeping Cedar Creek “proper” together and the boundary line K-10. We are a neighborhood. We attend the same neighborhood pools, go to the same neighborhood sponsored functions, etc. Option 1 is also in line with the current middle school and high school boundaries, of which I am also a fan in the sense that they keep Cedar Creek “proper,” Prairie Brook, and Southglen/Woods together from kindergarten through high school graduation.
    • I wanted to express my concerns and observations related to the options presented. Option 1 is the best option in my opinion because it allows relief of Cedar Creek Elementary and makes a clear cut boundary line. Since the district made the high school boundaries a few years ago, this option keeps true to your decision to keep Cedar Creek proper intact with the entire Cedar Creek community. Option 1 keeps true to the integrity of keeping a neighborhood community together. Cedar creek is a big community and to just take “Cedar Creek proper” (only 75-80 kids) to Canyon Creek would not make sense for those kids. Long term, we need to keep Cedar Creek intact. This is a neighborhood that shares amenities, pools, events and other family-friendly events, so taking one part of the neighborhood away from the rest would not be good for our community.

    Questions

    • Who makes the final decision on the boundary lines? Ultimately, the Olathe Public Schools Board of Education will make the final decision on the boundaries.
    • If in fact, the decision is made to move forward with the proposed Boundary #2, is there any avenue to provide current families with the option to remain at Cedar Creek Elementary instead of attending the new school?  The district does have a parent-initiated transfer process. Parents may submit transfer applications and approval is dependent upon meeting high justifiable/exceptional circumstances, staffing, school/class sizes, etc.
    • Can you expand on the "rumored" curriculum of the new Canyon Creek Elementary School? The curriculum and grade level expectations will be the same for Canyon Creek Elementary as they are at all other elementary schools. Students attending Canyon Creek will continue to receive instruction rooted in our district and state standards. The resources available to support the standards-based instruction will also remain the same. What you have likely heard is that there will also be an emphasis on project-based learning. This is also occurring in many other buildings across the district, but with new construction there are opportunities to design facilities that support new, best practices being implemented. An example of this at Canyon Creek would be the dedicated Maker’s Space. Many of our elementary buildings have incorporated a Maker’s Space in their existing facilities, but with a new building we have been able to design a dedicated space that will allow for students to accomplish tasks and projects more efficiently because of the adjusted space is designed for that purpose.
    • Question for you regarding the 220 students north of K-10. Are those current students currently at CC? The reason I’m asking is there are lots of Catholic school kids in Canyon Creek.  Yes, the 220 students north of K10 are all currently enrolled in Olathe. We do not account for any students living in that area who are not enrolled in our schools (i.e. Catholic school students).
    • Will Prairie Brook subdivision be impacted by the plans presented on Sept. 17?  We did not present an option at our September meeting that had Prairie Brook moving out of Cedar Creek Elementary. We are bringing a third option to our October meeting based on feedback and suggestions, but it leaves Prairie Brook at Cedar Creek Elementary as well. In summary, all three options at our October meeting leave Prairie Brook at Cedar Creek Elementary.