• These are the boundary lines for all district middle schools when the new fourth middle school opens in fall 2017. The boundaries were approved by the School Board in 2013 and were recently reviewed by a committee of district parents, staff and others. The boundary changes are for middle schools only. There are no changes to elementary or high school boundaries. The new middle school will be a comprehensive 6th- through 8th-grade middle school. It will not be a magnet school, which brings students from all over the district into a school for a specific educational program. The great majority of students attending the new middle school will come from the immediate neighborhood near the school.

    Find out what middle school your student will attend beginning in 2017 by clicking here and following the steps. 

    Look for the “2017 Proposed New Middle School” to see if your student will attend the new middle school beginning in 2017. You'll also see if you remain in your current middle school. Next, click the name of the school, and then click the “View the Map” button to open a map that shows your home address in relation to your middle school.

Boundaries for all middle schools fall 2017. See description at top for better view.

Preliminary boundaries for all middle schools Fall 2017

Dimmitt Middle School Boundaries for Fall 2017.

Preliminary Boundaries for Dimmitt Middle School Fall 2017

McKnight Middle School Boundaries for Fall 2017.

Preliminary Boundaries for all middle schools 2017

Nelsen Middle School Boundaries for Fall 2017.

Preliminary boundary lines for Nelsen Middle School Fall 2017

New middle school boundaries for Fall 2017.

Preliminary boundary lines for new middle school Fall 2017