- 2016 countywide redistricting proposal was not acted on by the School Board; considered too disruptive based on the number of students it proposed to move.
- At that time, the School Board acknowledged the likelihood of redistricting when replacement and/or renovated schools were built and opened.
- Old Hundred Elementary would open at approximately 62 percent capacity, allowing for future growth.
- Watkins, Swift Creek, Evergreen and Woolridge students would be transitioned to Old Hundred
Additional changes to nearby school attendance zones would be made to balance enrollments, improve operational efficiency and provide cleaner boundaries.