School officials plan to meet Monday with parents and teachers at Woodson High School to discuss moving Fairfax County students out of Fairfax City schools.
This is part of a two-pronged approach to address overcrowding in three of four Fairfax City schools. The Fairfax County School Board voted to move ahead with a scope study, to identify which schools may be impacted in the attempt to alleviate overcrowding, and a boundary study, to determine how many students will be moved to different schools at a meeting in September.
The boundary study will consider moving some county students assigned to FHS and Lanier to schools outside the city limits, like Woodson, Robinson and Oakton high schools. Centreville, Chantilly and Falls Church may provide additional options.
Monday's meeting ends a listening tour at several schools.
Meeting details: 7 p.m. at Woodson High Auditorium.
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Correction: The story now reflects the correct time of Monday's meeting.
Update: Another meeting has been scheduled because of Superstorm Sandy. It begins at 7 p.m. Nov. 26 at Fairfax High School.