The Wake County student reassignment plan has been reduced to 3,935 students, 768 students fewer than when the board started this week.
On Thursday, the board agreed to several changes, including reversing Tuesday's decision to consider adding the Woods of Tiffany subdivision subdivision to the plan. Only one new node was added.
The school board will vote Tuesday on reassigning 3,739 students.
Due to last-minute additions to the plan, a special board meeting has been scheduled for Feb. 15 to hear from nodes Nodes 246.1, 380.7 and 504.1. If those nodes are added to the plan, the number of students impacted will rise to 3,935.
In addition, the start of the magnet application period has been pushed back a week. It will now start Feb. 21 and end March 7.