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LOUISIVLLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Big changes are coming for Oldham County students, and parents now have a chance to voice their opinions on them.
The school board will re-draw attendance boundaries by November.
That's to make room for 340 students coming from a closing Liberty Elementary School.
The board wants to hear from parents in open forums, starting tonight.
"All of our elementary schools are excellent. The quality of the students in those schools is great. Moving a student to a another school doesn't mean they are going to a bad school," Tracy Harris, Oldham Co. Schools.
The first meeting starts at six tonight at South Oldham High School.