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ZONES

Collaboration should determine and prioritize the zone based on cost vs time projected to complete the work needed.


Collaboration should consider project current and future use and size, and population from planned development for best use.


CCS schools need to provide buildings and school names in each zone. CCS then should provide buildings use numbers (students) per building.


CCS should investigate changing school boundaries to match City of Columbus area commission boundaries to support walking student school traffic, to help with bus transportation issues, parental and community and local business support.


CCS and the Collaboration commitment should be included to help the with charge to return back to community/neighborhood schools, with a feeder system by offering safe and best buildings with the same curriculum in each building.


CCS should look at buildings that could offer pre-k and kindergarten learning only.

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