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Where, when and how far would students move under APS’ right-sizing plan?

Several student populations would move under the district’s right-sizing recommendations.

Here’s where, when and how far students would have to go:

Duranes Elementary School students to Reginald F. Chavez Elementary School, 1½ miles away, and Cochiti Elementary School, about a mile away, in 2025. Duranes would become an early childhood center.

La Luz Elementary School students to MacArthur Elementary School, a mile away, in 2025. La Luz would become an early childhood center.

Kirtland Elementary School students to Lowell Elementary School, about 2½ miles away, and Whittier Elementary School, about a mile away, in 2026. Kirtland would be swapped for land on a housing development, which would then become an early childhood center.

Taft Middle School students to Taylor Middle School, about two miles away, in 2024. Garfield STEM Magnet and Community School students who want to move would also go to Taylor in 2024. Taft would become a bilingual magnet school, and Garfield would become a no-boundary magnet school.

Polk Middle School students potentially to Los Padillas Elementary School, which would become a K-8 school, about three miles away. No concrete timeline was given for this move, as plans for the Polk campus haven’t been fleshed out yet.

Several other schools might see boundary changes, meaning some students may move. Boundaries have yet to be firmed up, but that should happen over the course of this year and take effect in 2024. Here are the schools:

⋄ Tierra Antigua and Sunset View elementary schools.

⋄ Navajo, Barcelona, Rudolfo Anaya and Adobe Acres elementary schools.

⋄ Tony Hillerman and James Monroe middle schools.

⋄ Volcano Vista and Cibola high schools.

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