Northwest Allen County Schools start a new academic year today and district leaders continue to face an exciting challenge in the area of continued growth.
The school district has seen consistent growth for the last several years. This has led to a situation that many of its schools are now at capacity or overcrowded.
NACS begins the 2019-2020 school year with one high school, two middle schools, and seven elementary schools. The goal for this time next year is to increase the number of elementary schools by one.
Officials hope that the new school will help alleviate some of the overcrowding happening at the existing seven elementary schools within the district.
According to NACS officials, all of these projects will help continue to improve the quality of education that students in the district will receive. Northwest Allen County Schools ranks as one of the top in the state.
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