The Pleasanton Unified School District has released a survey open to all community members to share input on how the district can address increased enrollment numbers in the northern part of the city.
Enrollment figures have been high on the district's agenda for the past few months, as demographers have projected an increase of about 790 students over the next seven years, with a bulk of the growth in northern Pleasanton -- meaning the school district needs to determine how to best hold the influx of students.
Superintendent David Haglund held two community input meetings last month as a chance for parents and others to share their thoughts on the options currently being considered. These options include adjusting school boundaries, increasing the capacity at Donlon Elementary and Hart Middle School, building a new elementary school and using a K-8 school confiugration at two existing schools.
District officials say they are still collecting feedback, however, and for those who were unable to attend the input meetings, PUSD has released an online survey. The survey will remain open until July 13.