Tonight in Redmond the school district is hosting a special community meeting to explain how the new high school will affect current students. The focus of tonight's meeting is to review boundary enrollment and program information. The District hopes to answer questions such as which high school the students will attend and what programs will be housed at each school. Superintendent Shay Mikelson says the Redmond high school currently has about 1800 students enrolled using two main buildings, and the new school will help even out those students. "The biggest thing is the new high school is really designed to compliment our current high school. I think the thing I’m most excited about is it increases options for kids within our high school system especially around the current technical education classes we'll be able to offer. We have a great program at the current Redmond high school and at the new high school there will just be a richer array of programs that can be offered as well.” Tonights’ community and parent meeting is at 6 o’clock in the Redmond High School Library.