SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - Hundreds of Seminole County students might have to change schools next year and it may become one of the largest rezoning efforts the county has seen in years.
Griffin told WFTV that a number of the county's 36 elementary schools are overcrowded, while other schools are under capacity.
The school board approved the rezoning initiative late Tuesday and now a committee will be formed to work on the always controversial changes.
Seminole County said it will welcome parent input, and they will definitely get
Seminole County students head back to school next Monday.