RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Chesterfield parents are not holding back their opinions when it comes to over crowding in their children's school.
Cosby High School is the most over-crowded high school in the county.
One idea to fix the problem would be to send some students to Manchester, becaUse it has room for about 300 more students.
At a meeting last night, the superintendent says the switch is cost-effective and the least disruptive option.
But many of the parents disagreed with nine neighborhoods being redistricted to lower enrollment at Cosby.
The change would be effective in the 2012-2013 school year.
Next, the school board must approve the superintendent's redistricting recommendation.
That could happen as soon as the board's next meeting, which is next Tuesday.
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