Here are a few more tidbits from today's press conference with Wake County Superintendent Tony Tata.
Tata said he's been reviewing capacity figures and thinks they can handle the requests from families who don't like the new feeder patterns. He said one thing they're still reviewing is the transitional capacity figures for schools.
“I feel like that where we have some of these points of concern that the parents that are proximate and feel that their feeder pattern may take them away, there is enough space for the numbers of students that want to get into their more proximate school,” Tata said. “Now will that happen in every case? We don’t know.”