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Lafayette School District Boundary Lines

Has any one else heard rumors about the possibility of redrawing a few of the Lafayette School District (LSD) boundary lines? More specifically, there are areas within the city limits that do not belong to the LSD while there are areas of Walnut Creek that do belong to the LSD. Considering the prices of homes in Lafayette these days and the declining enrollment among the elementary schools due to a lack of new young families moving into the area, is there gong to be any school district boundary line expansion to encompass other parts of the city not currently in the LSD?
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July 18 2007 - Lafayette
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No, as far as I know no such plans.

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July 03 2010
Hi Acalanes Alumni! When I last spoke with the district they were discussing changing the inside of the boundary lines, not expanding their boundary into neighboring districts. I suggest giving them a call for any updates. Their number is 925-927-3500. Hope this helps! Sincerely, Ann ann@annsullivanrealestate.com
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July 21 2010
Keep in mind that there are several properties with a Lafayette address that belong to Mount Diablo School district. In our Coldwell Banker office at 5 Moraga Way in Orinda, I always keep detailed maps that show you the current boundaries and take the confusion away! Stop by anytime for a visit! kat@myorinda.com 
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