Carson Elementary 2019-20 Attendance Area Map
Carson Elementary 2019-20 Attendance Area Map
Posted on 11/06/2018

Puyallup School Board approves new attendance boundaries

New maps are posted online

The Puyallup School Board voted unanimously to approve recommended changes in school attendance boundaries during its regular meeting on November 5, 2018.

The new attendance boundaries will go into effect beginning with the 2019-20 school year, with one exception. The proposed changes between Edgerton Elementary and Pope Elementary are recommended for implementation in the 2020-21 school year, simultaneous with the opening of the Pope Elementary Remodel and Expansion project.

More than ten years have passed since the last boundary review committee was commissioned by the district. Over that period, enrollments have increased substantially, student/community demographics have changed, and various educational programs and delivery methods have progressed. Given these changes, the Puyallup School Board commissioned the Boundary Review Committee to evaluate school boundaries throughout the district at the elementary, junior high, and high school level. For more information see the 2019-2020 Attendance Boundaries page.

In November 2015, voters in the Puyallup School District passed a $292.5 million School Construction and Facility Improvements bond with 69% approval. The bond program includes six projects which will each add permanent student capacity at the elementary level, including the new Dessie F. Evans Elementary which will include 44-homerooms with capacity to serve over 1,000 students.

Carson Elementary 2019-20 Attendance Area Map