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Redistricting - Middle School

Superintendent's Recommendation – Amended Proposal A

The Board of Education at its Nov. 9 meeting approved the Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) middle school redistricting plan, which takes effect next school year. In a vote of 4 to 2, the Board approved Superintendent Maria V. Navarro’s recommendation of a modified version of Proposal A which balances state-rated capacity and includes movement of students among all eight CCPS middle school zones.  

The redistricting measures address the anticipated growth in student enrollment while adhering closely to each school’s state rated capacity guidelines. The approved plan moves a smaller number of current CCPS students and better balances growth in neighborhoods zoned for Benjamin Stoddert and Milton M. Somers middle schools.

An interactive map is available online that shows each new school zone, effective at the start of the 2022-2023 school year. Residents can input an address into the search bar in the top left corner. The school zone correlates with the color key on the left side of the site.

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Overview of Redistricting

A Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) redistricting committee is tasked to develop two different proposals to change middle school attendance zones. The redistricting will be comprehensive and could affect students at all eight CCPS middle schools. Middle school redistricting may revise attendance zones and reduce overcrowding at some schools.  It will take effect in August 2022 once a renovation and expansion are complete at Benjamin Stoddert Middle School.

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Superintendent's Amended Recommendation

Amended Plan A

Superintendent's Recommendation

Superintendent's Recommendation

Alternative A Planning Map

Alternative A Planning Map

Alternative B Planning Map

Alternative B Planning Map

Fact Sheet 1 — August 2021

Fact Sheet 1 — August 2021

Aug. 10 Redistricting Presentation

Aug. 10 Redistricting Presentation

Oct. 26 Redistricting Presentation

Oct. 26 Redistricting Presentation