WEXFORD, Pa. - North Allegheny School District's current fourth- and seventh-graders might not have to change schools next school year when a redistricting plan takes effect in an effort to alleviate overcrowding at several elementary schools and a middle school.
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At a board work session Wednesday, the district staff recommended a plan that would use major roads as borders and move some students to the east of buildings they attend. The plan affects 222 elementary students.
The middle school plan would move 126 students from Ingomar Middle School to Carson and Marshall middle schools. The school board will vote on the plan Feb. 19.
North Allegheny school redistricting plan set for Feb. 19 vote
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