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District Planning

PRESENTED: District 2 Proposal to Rezone Elementary Schools for Implementation In the 2013-2014 School Year and the 2014-2015 School Year: REVISED 11.30.2012

Proposal Information

The Department of Education (DOE) is proposing to rezone the areas surrounding nine District 2 elementary schools in order to address growing demand and new capacity in these areas of District 2.  Two new elementary schools will open over the next two years: in 2013-2014 a new school will open at 425 East 35th Street and in 2014-2015 a new school will open at 590 6th Avenue.

The DOE is proposing to rezone P.S. 116, P.S. 59, P.S. 267, and P.S. 183 beginning in the 2013-2014 school year.  To download a copy of the map of current and proposed zoning lines for 2013-2014, click here


The DOE is proposing to rezone P.S. 40, P.S. 3, P.S. 41, P.S. 130, P.S. 11, and P.S. 116  beginning in the in the 2014-2015 school year.  To download a copy of the map for proposed zoning lines for 2014-2015, click here.


Contingent upon the passage of the 2014 proposal, the DOE is proposing to split the current P.S. 3/P.S. 41 zone to form two distinct elementary school zones. To download a copy of the map for a proposed split zone, click here.


The District 2 Community Education Council (CEC2) will vote on the 2013 and 2014 proposed rezoning plans at an upcoming meeting on December 6, 2012.  Contingent upon the passage of the 2014 proposal, CEC 2 will vote on the proposed rezoning plan to split the current P.S. 3/P.S. 41 shared zone at an upcoming meeting on December 19, 2012. You can download further informational resources using the links below.   



To download a copy of a presentation outlining the proposed rezoning plan, click here.

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