Why am I/is my child being redistricted when other students are being redistricted into my/their current school?

Rapid growth in an area, available seats in nearby schools, and the proximity of one school to another can make adjustment of multiple attendance areas the most feasible option for ensuring enrollment balance among all schools. This may result in students being redistricted from a school that is not crowded to a nearby school with available space in order to accommodate students from a school that is crowded. This can happen to schools between the crowded schools and those with available capacity. The schools with capacity aren’t always next to the crowded ones.