CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg Area School District officials on Wednesday talked about the early stages of redistricting, something that would involve the use of two middle schools.
Superintendent Joseph Padasak said administrators want to have the renovated high school, expanded career center and dual middle schools open in two years.
The school board next month will be asked to select a consultant to work with a committee focused on redistricting, according to Catherine Dusman, assistant superintendent for kindergarten to 12th grade services.
That redistricting needs to be done in a way that balances socioeconomic factors, class sizes and classroom offerings, she said.
"We want all children to have equal access to everything - to programming and with regards to technology. ... It's really our job and responsibility to make the right decisions now," Dusman said.