Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct survey timeline and rescheduled date and time for the event.

Liberty Hill ISD officials will discuss potential adjustments to the district’s attendance zones with community members at a virtual forum.

The setup

The district is hosting a webinar on Jan. 16 at 7 p.m where community members can provide their feedback and learn more about possible changes to attendance zone boundaries.

Superintendent Steven Snell will give a presentation focusing on proposed attendance zone adjustments for elementary school campuses next school year and touching on potential future changes to middle and high school zones, said Rachel Acosta, LHISD director of communications and community engagement.

Those who want to participate can register here.

The backstory

District officials presented two zoning options for elementary school campuses at a Dec. 18 board meeting as the district will open Tierra Rosa Elementary in August. The first scenario shows Tierra Rosa pulling students from Bar W, Santa Rita and Rancho Sienna elementaries, while the second scenario would pull students from those schools as well as Louine Noble Elementary.

Community members can share their feedback on the first scenario through an online survey until Jan. 19.

Officials also discussed the possibility of expanding the attendance zone boundary for Legacy Ranch High School. The district’s second high school opening in August will operate out of Middle School No. 3 until its official campus is complete in 2026.

What’s next?

LHISD officials will hold an in-person forum on attendance zone changes on Jan. 25, Acosta said. District officials will use community feedback to present attendance zone recommendations to the board of trustees at the Feb. 20 meeting, she said.