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New map revises proposed Oaklawn attendance area

8:39 PM, Feb. 25, 2013
Oaklawn Elementary School students walk pass the new school building on the way home earlier this month. The additional space created by the opening next year of a new school is prompting the district to redraw attendance areas on the Oshkosh?s north side
Oaklawn Elementary School students walk pass the new school building on the way home earlier this month. The additional space created by the opening next year of a new school is prompting the district to redraw attendance areas on the Oshkosh?s north side
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The Oshkosh school board will vote Wednesday on a new set of elementary school attendance boundaries that moves a developing area south of Ryf Road on Oshkosh's northwest side into the Oaklawn Elementary School attendance area.

Students in an area west of Jackson Street between County Trunk Y and Snell Road would continue to attend Read elementary, their current school, rather than Oaklawn under the newest map.

Administrators published new attendance scenarios for the district's north and south sides on Feb. 21, with a few changes from the maps that were originally proposed, in a new map ...

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