Middle school and high school magnet programs will be on the school board's agenda on Tuesday.
The board has already gone through elementary schools by demagnetizing four schools and giving tentative approval for two new ones. Now the board is trying to come to some resolution with secondary schools.
Rosa Gill, chairwoman of the school board, said they want to make some decisions soon because of the upcoming release of the multi-year assignment plan. This includes whether to add any new programs or take away existing ones.
The magnet discussion will be part of the work session that begins tomorrow at 9 a.m. in the board conference room, 3600 Wake Forest Road in Raleigh.