PLAINFIELD – The Troy Community School District 30-C school board recently approved school boundary changes for two of its schools.
The extension incorporates undeveloped property within the school district, Superintendent Todd Koehl said in a statement.
The additional acres were added to the boundaries of two of the district’s seven schools – Troy Cronin and Troy Shorewood elementary schools, according to a news release from the district. Students in the newly incorporated areas also will feed into William B. Orenic Intermediate School and Troy Middle School.
Troy Cronin’s boundaries were expanded to include farmland west of East River Road up to the established subdivision of Saddlebrook Estates, between Theodore Street and West Black Road. Troy Shorewood’s boundaries were expanded to the undeveloped properties west of East River Road and south of West Black Road.
The district recently completed an initial long-term facility plan study, which prompted the action of adding the undeveloped properties to the established boundaries of the schools, according to the release.