Superior School District Seeks Input on Elementary School Boundary Changes

With the school year only being one week away, the Superior School District is asking for the community’s opinions when it comes to drawing new boundaries.

The Superior Board of Education, along with the Administration and Cooperative Strategies, has begun the process of redrawing the elementary school boundaries. Superior families are encouraged to complete a survey on the important considerations regarding new boundaries. The survey closes on September 8th.

“We want to find the best solution for our students,” said Dr. Amy Starzecki, District Administrator. “The goal is to ensure that we evenly distribute our resources and maintain a quality education for our students. We want to utilize all our buildings and balance each school’s population.”

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The survey results will be presented at the September 11 School Board meeting. This information will help guide the options that are developed. In mid-October, there will be two community meetings to share the results of the survey and obtain more feedback.

After those community meetings, another survey will be distributed to gather more information. After reviewing all feedback from the Spartan community, the Board of Education will decide on the new boundaries in mid-November.

All information regarding this process can be found on the School District of Superior website.

On April 17, 2023, the School District of Superior decided to consolidate its six elementary schools by closing Lake Superior Elementary by the end of June 2024. Starting the 2024-2025 school year, the District expects to have new boundaries for its five elementary schools.

To learn more, please reach out to the Administration Office at 715-394-8700.