Rezoning Forum in Farragut

Knoxville (WVLT) - Splitting up families was one of the big topics Monday night at a public forum about about school rezoning.

This forum took place at Farragut High School. Several parents turned out.

One of the main concerns, as we talked about for a few weeks, is having the children forced to attend different schools.

School board members continue to say they hope rezoning the students will help alleviate overcrowding.

"I just don't agree with that. It think the siblings ought to be able to stay together. Both have been through the Farragut school systems since kindergarten," parent Brenda Selecman said.

We'll continue to follow this story and all the upcoming public forums.


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  • by m Location: east knox on Apr 24, 2007 at 12:22 PM
    Look they wanted the new school, I dont want to hear them cry.... we need a elm school in carter, but did we get it no west knox said they need it more, and now all they can do is grip about rezoning. Our kids need new schools too, just because we dont live out west we got pushed away
  • by Lucy Location: Farragut on Apr 23, 2007 at 10:35 PM
    You state that "several parents turned out" for tonights forum. There were at least 250 - 300 Farragut residents at this meeting!

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