There, district officials will get an earful from the parents of Davis High School students who don't want their students moved.
Davis High currently has nearly 2,500 and the plan now calls for a good number of students from Kaysville and Fruit Heights to be shifted to Viewmont High, said Davis School District Director of Planning Chase Rogers. That will mean some Viewmont students will be moved to Bountiful.
In North Davis, about half of Clearfield High School's students will be moved to the new Syracuse High School, which means students now attending Northridge High School will likely go to Clearfield High School and some Layton High School students will be moved to Northridge to even out enrollment.
All told the boundary changes will affect about 10 percent of the district's student population, but for that 10 percent, "it impacts their lives and traditions," Rogers said.
"The good thing is, students love their schools. The bad thing is students love their schools," Rogers said, and that loyalty brings out concerns and worries.
Rogers said that many parents believe the decision on where the new boundaries will be has already been decided, but in reality, the plan is still in the preliminary stages.
"It hasn't even left the committee yet. We've had 33 variations of the map, and we're not through yet," he said, adding that patron input is still important to the process.
"I expect we'll have some more changes and some tweaking of the boundary lines," following the two hearings.
The plan won't even come to the Board of Education until Nov. 21, when it receives the first reading. At that time the committee will present their reasons to the board on why certain boundaries were set. The board will then have two weeks to review the plan before voting on it on Dec.5.