The Pitt County Board of Education is less than one month away from their scheduled vote on new attendance lines for students in Pitt County elementary and middle schools.
The school board hosted a public information meeting Thursday night at South Greenville Elementary. The Daily Reflector reports new maps were released.
On November 1, the staff is scheduled to make their formal recommendation to the Pitt County Board of Education. A public hearing will be held November 8, though the location has not been announced yet. Pitt County Schools says the board will vote on a plan on November 15 to be implemented for the next school year.
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