i'm gonna assume that the only NOLA area 4A schools playing up are St. Aug, Shaw, and Holy Cross
Salmen's 4A district is down to 4 schools after Hammond goes up to 5A
the NOLA 4A district might be McDonogh #35, O.P. Walker, Warren Easton, Belle Chasse and Karr. maybe add Salmen, Lakeshore, and Pearl River (and Franklinton goes to BR)
the other one could be Riverdale, East Jefferson, Helen Cox, Lutcher, Vandebilt, South Terrebonne, and Ellender
Local 5A won't change much. Hammond goes back to their old spot in the Northshore district and removes the possibility of Chalmette going there.
I'd want to see the Bayou district of South and Central Lafourche, Terrebonne, H.L. Bourgeois, and Thibodaux stay together. New Iberia leaves them to go back to a Lafayette fistrict. The Catholic League, everyone knows, JP Public schools, everyone knows.
the questions are Destrehan, Hahnville, East St. John, and Chalmette. D, H, and E are a group, and will go with either the JP schools or the Bayou. If they go with the JP schools, Chalmette and Holy Cross will be a district game for the first time in 25 years. If they go to the Bayou, Chalmette might play musical districts again and go to JP (or not)
EDIT- who even knows how districts will be made this time? Geography is followed pretty close, but in this scenario Chalmette would effectively be picking their district (and there are arguments for both the Catholic and JP league IMO). i don't know if it's fair.
This post was edited on 11/5 at 12:51 pm