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SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — By mid-November, the San Antonio Independent School District may have decided to close as many as 19 schools as part of its ‘rightsizing’ plan.

The district proposes the closure of 17 schools in the 2024-2025 school year with two others closing the following year.

The plan includes other dynamics, such as buildings that will be redesigned, relocated or merged in the coming years. Also, future destinations for teachers and students has been determined.

Additional recommendations include multiple school mergers, two grade reconfigurations, a relocation and a co-location.

KSAT-12 reports a vote on final recommendations will take place Monday, November 13.

Below are the school slated for closure:

The following schools are part of the intended closures:

  • Lamar Elementary School
  • Pershing Elementary School
  • Carroll ECC
  • Douglass Elementary School
  • Gates Elementary School
  • Miller Elementary School
  • Tynan ECC
  • Forbes Elementary School
  • Foster Elementary School
  • Highland Park Elementary School
  • Collins Garden Elementary School
  • Knox ECC
  • Lowell Middle School
  • Riverside Park
  • Ogden Elementary School
  • Storm Elementary School
  • Baskin Elementary School
  • Huppertz Elementary School
  • Nelson ECC

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