Easley Elementary Attendance Zone Changes

Easley Elementary Zone Changes Considered
Posted on 12/18/2017
Easley Zone announcement

The Pickens County school board is considering options for changing the attendance lines for elementary schools in the Easley area.

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The changes the board is considering are designed with several issues in mind:

  • to use school facilities more efficiently based on projected attendance and available space (East End Elementary is above recommended capacity, and its student population is projected to grow over the next five years, while Crosswell Elementary, Forest Acres Elementary, and West End Elementary all have capacity for greater enrollment);
  • to improve car and bus transportation routes within school zones; 
  • to improve attendance; 
  • and to increase space for students to choice in to the upcoming McKissick Academy of Science & Technology from outside the McKissick attendance zone.


The school district is holding its second informational meeting on January 16 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Easley High School cafeteria.

You can view maps and other informational materials from the meetings below:

District administrators and board members will be present at the meeting to answer questions and listen to feedback. Also, we will be sending out an online survey about the proposed changes next month. The board plans to take a vote on the issue during its next regular monthly meeting on January 22.


The proposed changes were drawn not only based on current enrollment, but also with consideration of 10-year enrollment projections created by an independent demographic consulting firm. It is important to note that middle school and high school attendance patterns would not be changed by any of the proposals. 

We encourage you to carefully review the proposals, discuss them with your neighbors, and provide us with valuable feedback.