That means parents will begin the first phase of choice selections Jan. 17 as planned.
At a meeting last week, some newly elected board members picked apart and questioned the sustainability of the new student assignment plan. One member called the plan "unsustainable."
The plan is supposed to give parents their choice of schools based on where they live, but some parents and board members said they are concerned some of those schools are already full.
Parents also expressed that their choice of schools are not as close as they should be.
The new school board had discussed tossing out the plan altogether and starting over, but after meeting for hours Tuesday with district staffers, opted not to make any changes. Superintendent Tony Tata reassured the board that the plan can be tweaked along the way to ensure it succeeds.