District enrollment growth slows
District 833's schools have the space to house its students for the next 10 years, according to an enrollment study.
Growth has slowed, but is still increasing by 1 percent a year over the past four years, said Mike Vogel, assistant to the superintendent for operations at the June 17 school board meeting.
The study, done by Hazel Reinhardt Consulting Services, reflects that the district is highly dependent on new housing starts to sustain enrollment growth.
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