The Williamson County School Board is looking at re-zoning several local schools in the area, which would create zoning boundaries for three new schools currently being built in the school district. Widespread residential development is also influencing the re-zoning plans, and according to reports, it’s estimated that the new zoning boundaries will impact nearly 3,000 students, or roughly 8% of the school district’s overall population.
Recently, The Tennessean broke down a number of the changes, which we’ll summarize in several different parts. Part l will outline who will be affected due to the construction of the new elementary school in Thompson Station.
Students attending Bethesda Elementary
Students who currently attend Bethesda Elementary and live in Allenwood, Bridgemore Village, Callie, Cameron Farms, Canterbury, and Pecan Hills will now attend the new Thompson Elementary School.
Students attending Oak View Elementary
Students who currently attend Oak View Elementary and live south of Goose Creek Bypass, west of Lewisburg Pike, and north of I-840, as well as in the McLemore Farms subdivision, will now attend the new Thompson’s Station Elementary.
Students attending Heritage Elementary
Students who attend Heritage Elementary and live in the Fields of Maplelawn, Newport Crossing, and also the Thompson Staton Road East area will now attend the new Thompson’s Station Elementary.
Students attending Longview Elementary
Students in two early childhood classrooms from Longview Elementary will now move to the new Thompson’s Station Elementary School.