On February 8th the Community Working Group on Overcrowding in the Wilson Feeder Schools issued its final report. Co-Chairs Brian Doyle and Melody Molinoff offered the following summary:

  • Nearly all of the schools in the Wilson feeder pattern are currently at or above capacity, and this overcrowding is affecting the educational experience of its students.
  • Looking at a variety of projections of future enrollment, overcrowding will get much worse in coming years.
  • Participants agreed that additional capacity is needed in the feeder pattern.
  • Increased capacity in the Wilson feeder pattern must be coupled with strengthening and improving schools across the city.

You can view the entire report at the link below.

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