Houston officials wrestle with school overcrowding | Education | Macon.com

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Houston officials wrestle with school overcrowding | Education | Macon.com

PERRY — As Houston County students prepare for their first day of class on Thursday, overcrowding in some schools is an issue for leaders.

District officials discussed Tuesday possible solutions to that problem, along with other updates, during their retreat.

While the school zones are set for this school year, officials discussed possible solutions to overcrowding for the 2014-15 school year. Administrators simply offered ideas, and no official recommendations were made. Those ideas mainly revolved around elementary schools in Perry, as well as Lindsey, Parkwood, Westside and Russell elementary schools in Warner Robins and Bonaire Middle School.

At Lindsey, Parkwood and Westside, officials are looking to relieve crowded classrooms for both academic and safety reasons, and a possible solution involves reorganization of those schools.

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