WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. - A second rezoning map was unveiled for parents of Williamson County students on Monday night.
One of the changes is that some students will be allowed to rezone with their friends. The new plan also allows students who live within a mile of their school to be able to attend that school.
Parents said they are tired of getting moved around every few years. One parent says the new plan also makes Williamson County schools less diverse.
"I'm really passionate about the diversity issue, because what's going to happen when the complex is zoned for Centennial. Basically Williamson County Schools is going to herd all the diversity to one high school," said Crockett Elementary School parent Sharyn Bovat.
Schools director Mike Looney said the growth in the county's population also means a new high school will be necessary.
The next meeting for Williamson County parents will be held November 4.