All of the areas under consideration are currently in the Michael T. Simmons attendance zone, and would be moved to Black Lake Elementary Schools attendance area.
Students and siblings could be grandfathered into their current school so that effect is expected to be gradual, according to Mel Murray, supervisor of capital projects.
The areas that would be reassigned include homes in the Trosper Ridge housing development and its future phases, and properties north and south of 54th Avenue Southwest from Joppa Street Southwest west to the Black Lake Elementary School boundary.
Right now, seven students attend Michael T. Simmons from that area.
The district also would shift Black Lakes boundaries to include homes in the Kirsop Village and Ly-Rhon neighborhoods and properties west of Kirsop Road SW.
At this point, 35 elementary school age children live in those neighborhoods, and 26 of them attend Michael T. Simmons Elementary School, according to the district officials.
For more information on the proposed boundary changes, call Kim Howard at 360-709-7003 or Murray at 360-709-7004.