DULUTH, MN-- The Duluth School Board decided to pause its conversation about shifting school boundaries.
Board members voted Monday night, after district officials recommended taking the process in stages.
It's a conversation that's drawn a lot of community feeedback.
Jill Lofald, School Board Chair, says the topic isn't dead, and they still plan to have a consulting firm present its final boundary change recommendation.
Lofald says they hope to have a boundary plan in place for the 2021-2022 school year.