Proposed Boundary Changes for Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools

Eastlake Elementary School’s enrollment has been higher than projected since the boundary and calendar changes associated with the opening of Bastian and Golden Fields Elementary Schools last August. To address this issue, the Board of Education is considering the following options: changing boundaries to reduce enrollment (effective 2018-19), changing Eastlake Elementary back to a year-round calendar (effective 2018-19), or waiting a year to make boundary changes at the same time boundaries are established for the new middle school in South Jordan and the new high school in Herriman (effective 2019-20).

Because these considerations could impact your school, the Board of Education is seeking your feedback on the options being considered. By completing this survey below, you will have the opportunity to rate each option, including various potential boundary configurations. Each boundary option involves moving students or undeveloped areas from Eastlake to Daybreak, Golden Fields, and/or Welby in order to reduce Eastlake’s enrollment.


Boundary Option (Maps, Enrollment and Considerations)
Below are the maps for the proposed boundary options being considered. Outlined below are factors you may wish to consider options:

  • Estimated Enrollment: Indicates the anticipated enrollment of student population at each school.  Current school capacities with portables are: Daybreak: 925; Eastlake 1,075; Golden Fields: 900; Welby: 1,050.
  • Considerations: Indicates what implications the boundary has for future student housing. In addition to the options below, the possibility of Eastlake remaining on a traditional calendar with no boundary change or returning to a Year-Round schedule is being considered.
Current Boundaries for Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools
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  • Current Boundaries
  • Est. Enrollment:
  • Daybreak: 691
  • Eastlake: 1,055
  • Golden Fields: 770
  • Welby: 917
  • Considerations:
  • Current Portables remain as well as the temporary “Kiva” classroom
  • School-wide computer lab continues to function as a classroom
  • Pickup/Drop-off continues as it is currently
  • Continue to use the computer lab as a classroom
  • Common areas (cafeteria, library, gym, etc.) continue to remain busy
  • Allows one more year until major district-wide feeder alignment
  • Changing back to a Year-Round calendar
Option 1 for Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools
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  • Option 1
  • Est. Enrollment:
  • Daybreak: 766
  • Eastlake: 945
  • Golden Fields: 770
  • Welby: 952
  • Considerations:
  • Would allow the currently enrolled DLI students to remain at Eastlake Elementary
  • Requires students to cross 11400 South either at intersection on 4000 West or under bridge along trail system
  • Keeps enrollment large at Eastlake Elementary
  • Moves future undeveloped area near lake into Golden Fields Elementary
Option 2 for Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools
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  • Option 2
  • Est. Enrollment:
  • Daybreak: 821
  • Eastlake: 890
  • Golden Fields: 770
  • Welby: 952
  • Considerations:
  • All students would be within the 1.5 mile walking distance to Daybreak Elementary
  • Requires students to cross 11400 South either at intersection on 4000 West or under bridge along trail system
  • Would allow the currently enrolled DLI students to remain at Eastlake Elementary
  • Reduces current enrollment more significantly but adds more growth to the Eastlake Boundary
Option 3 for Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools
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  • Option 3
  • Est. Enrollment:
  • Daybreak: 764
  • Eastlake: 947
  • Golden Fields: 770
  • Welby: 952
  • Considerations:
  • Most students will be within 1.5 mile walking to Daybreak but will require a bus for the most northern homes
  • Would allow the currently enrolled DLI students to remain at Eastlake Elementary
  • Reduces current enrollment at Eastlake Elementary with no additional added areas
  • Moves future undeveloped area near lake into Golden Fields Elementary
Option 4 for Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools
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  • Option 4
  • Est. Enrollment:
  • Daybreak: 787
  • Eastlake: 959
  • Golden Fields: 770
  • Welby: 917
  • Considerations:
  • Most students will be within 1.5 mile walking to Daybreak but will require a bus for the most northern homes
  • Reduces current enrollment but adds more growth to the Eastlake Boundary
  • Moves future undeveloped area near lake into Golden Fields Elementary

Open House
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wo open houses are also being held for the public to review the boundary options and to ask questions of Jordan School District staff involved in the process. The same information presented on the website will also be made available at the open houses. Patrons do not need to attend the open houses to give feedback, since all feedback can be given online through the survey at any time. Internet access will be provided on site to patrons who wish to give feedback that evening. The open houses are scheduled as follows:

  • Tuesday, December 5th from 5:30-7:00 pm at Eastlake Elementary School
  • Thursday, December 7th from 5:30-7:00 pm at Daybreak Elementary School

The Board will review and consider the public feedback it receives through the survey before taking action on any boundary change. A public hearing will be held by the Board two weeks before a final decision is made, which could take place as early as January 23, 2018.


Boundary Change Survey
Please use the link below to take the survey related to proposed boundary change between Daybreak, Eastlake, Golden Fields and Welby Elementary Schools.

We prefer that feedback on options be submitted through the survey. If you would like to provide additional feedback, have process or options, or are having difficulty completing the survey or accessing information, please send an e-mail to boundary@jordandistrict.org