St. Johns County School Board to vote on boundary changes

By Eric Wallace - Senior Producer, I-TEAM
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ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. - The St. Johns County School Board is expected to vote on a plan Tuesday night that would change school boundaries in the fast-growing northeastern and northwestern parts of the county.

By next fall, two new schools will open in Durbin Creek and Nocatee to relieve some of the overcrowding in schools in those areas.

But the new schools mean boundaries will change for five other schools.

The new boundary plan is on the agenda for Tuesday night's meeting, which starts at 6 at school district offices at 40 Orange Street in St. Augustine.

Channel 4 will also have more on the looming changes Tuesday on The Morning Show.

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