Phase 1: 2020- 2021 School Year

  • Hatton-McCredie and Williamsburg will become K-5 elementary buildings.

  • Auxvasse will welcome grades 6–8.

  • These changes work toward the goal of balancing class sizes in these three buildings and providing education offerings not currently available to our students.

Phase 2: 

  • Pending voter approval, build a new PreK-5 building near the site of NCHS on district owned land.

  • Allows for closure of aging buildings, bringing all K-5 students to one location.

Phase 3:

  • Complete a centralized North Callaway campus where all students PreK-12 will attend school.


We appreciate the support of all parents, students, staff, patrons, families, and alumni in helping us progress through these changes. As we work towards this goal, we want to encourage community involvement. We welcome your input.

Parent Letter

Letter sent to parents April 2020 regarding changes for 2020-2021 school year, includes new boundary maps.


Contains answers to some frequently asked questions and information about transportation.


Information on how building changes will be addressed by the Afterschool Program. 

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