The Kingman Unified School District is pondering an adjustment of its attendance boundary. Superintendent Roger Jacks said about 140 students currently live in a triangle-shaped area bordered by Castle Rock Road and East Andy Devine Avenue. Under the proposal, younger students living there who currently attend White Cliffs would instead go to the Kingman Middle School before continuing their education at Kingman High School. Superintendent Roger Jacks said the proposal will be the subject of a public information meeting sometime in February.
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