In response to the opening of Bee Cave Middle School in August 2019 and the opening of Elementary School No. 7 in August 2020, Lake Travis Independent School District (LTISD) officials have announced the formation of the School Attendance Zone Advisory Committee to be convened in February 2019.
Every two years, College Station, TX-based demographer Population and Survey Analysts (PASA) studies student residential locations, potential growth and decline, housing trends, and economic factors inherent to the district. The findings are contained in a Demographic Update presented to district officials to assist with the planning of future facilities and the adjustment of school attendance zone boundaries to accommodate growth in student enrollment.
The School Attendance Zone Advisory Committee members will utilize demographic data to work collaboratively on options with district officials. They will take into consideration responses contributed through the Thoughtexchange in January and feedback received during the public comment period in March and April.
New middle school attendance zones will become effective August 2019—with the opening of Bee Cave Middle School, while elementary school attendance zones will become effective in August 2020—with the opening of Elementary School No. 7.