• Hello Carson Coyotes,

The student population and demographics of the district have changed significantly since the last formal boundary review took place more than 10 years ago. Current projections show an increase of more than 1,300 students in Puyallup Schools by the year 2023.

This is an important time for the district to review and improve each of the school’s boundaries. Significant enrollment growth, six new and expanded elementary schools approved by the 2015 School Construction and Facility Improvements bond that are scheduled to open in 2019 and 2020, state goals for K-3 class size reduction, and other district initiatives impact enrollment distribution.

A boundary review committee was commissioned by the school board in 2016 to evaluate and make recommendations to adjustments of school attendance areas for elementary and secondary schools.

To ensure all voices are heard, parents and community members are encouraged to provide comments or suggestions regarding the proposed boundary changes using the ThoughtExchange online discussion tool. It also allows users to rate comments of others. 

Keep up-to-date by following our Emma Carson Elementary Facebook page.

  • Thank you for your partnership, 

    Abigail Chandler