The district is inviting parents out to give their input on rezoning in the district.
After a millage was passed, the district is set to close some of its elementary schools and build new ones.
The district will go from thirteen to nine elementary schools.
"We have a committee of parents and community staff who have been working along with the demographer through that they have come out with some ideas and boundary lines and we want to share that with the parents and the public," says NLRSD Superintendent Kelly Rodgers.
Rodgers says no matter what school your child may end up at it will likely be in their neighborhood.
The next meeting is Wednesday at 11 a.m. and Thursday there will be two meetings, one at 11 a.m and the other at 6 p.m.
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