DENVER — A vote will be held next month by the Denver Public Schools Board of Education to redraw the borders of the city’s five districts.
The changes are needed so the districts are equally divided by population. About 93 percent of families will remain in their current district. The school board is represented by one person in each district and two at-large members.
Districts were last redrawn in 2001. The board will vote on the changes at a meeting Sept. 18.
To see the proposals, click the link on the DPS website.