FARMINGTON — The Davis Board of Education will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 19, to receive input regarding a boundary change for elementary schools in the southern end of the county.
The hearing will begin at 6 p.m. at district offices regarding Foxboro Elementary School, Woods Cross Elementary School and Elementary School No. 60.
When considering new boundaries, the district looks at factors such as current and future growth patterns, feeder patterns to secondary schools, safety of students, natural topography, continuation of neighborhood groups and transportation.
Maps of the current boundaries and a preliminary draft of the new boundaries are available at Foxboro and Woods Cross elementary schools.
The board approved the guaranteed maximum price of Elementary No. 60 — located at about 2000 S. 1950 West in Woods Cross — at just more than $17 million. That bid was submitted by Hughes General Contractors.
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