Ideally, School Concurrency provides coordinated planning among the County, local governments, and the School District to ensure that school capacity is available at the time of impact of residential development.
Polk County’s accelerated growth has led to a growing demand for school facilities. The implementation of public school concurrency will result in a cooperative and financially feasible process permitting the School Board to address existing school crowding and to provide adequate capacity for projected new growth.
A visual map application that allows you to interactively find a school zone by searching addresses, locating schools, and many other options. This application requires Microsoft Silverlight and may prompt you to install the latest version.
Join us on the web for the 2011 annual School Summit! This year we are Building Up STEAM at the new Davenport School of the Arts. We will be discussing new legislation that will affect schools. We will also be talking about what it takes to build a livable, healthy community and the importance of good nutrition and physical activity as it relates to academic performance. Last but not least, we will share with you about the new S.T.E.A.M. program which is causing a lot of excitement in Polk County Schools. Come join us and let's build up some steam!
Polk County School Summit – June 30, 2011 (opens in your default media player)