Drawing lines on the Pasco map
Mark your calendar for 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 3.
That's when the Pasco school district will start the process of deciding which neighborhoods will be assigned to its two newest schools, which are scheduled to open next fall.
The effort will focus on the new Anclote High in Holiday, and a to-be-named elementary school in the Watergrass subdivision of Wesley Chapel. Look for moves to involve students attending Mitchell High and Wesley Chapel Elementary, at the very least.
A committee of parents, teachers and district officials will hash out the details before sending a recommendation to the affected communities and, ultimately, the School Board for approval.