About 300 District of Columbia students will go to new schools next September if the city school board approves new district boundaries that have been propose.

The majority of the boundary changes would take place in the school system's Region I in Southeast Washington and would affect about 200 students, most of them in junior and senior high schools. The purpose of the suggested changes is to "even up enrollments" in the region's schools and to correct "boundary discrepancies where they exist," said Reuben G. Pierce, the regional superintendent.

In Region VI, in Northeast Washington, about 75 students now attending Woodridge Elementary School will transfer to a new school scheduled to open next September in the Fort Lincoln new town project if the boundary changes are made. The new Fort Lincoln school also will get approximately 85 more students now attending a variety of other schools and about 200 special education students who will be bused to Fort Lincoln.

Boundary changes in Region III in Northeast and Southeast are being proposed only to correct overlaps of streets on the official boundary maps, and no students will change schools, according to a spokesman for the region.

School system officials hope to have the final report on the boundary proposals to the school board in time for action at the board's meeting in mid-May, according to a spokeman.

The following is a description of the proposed boundaries for Woodridge: Starting at Eastern and Rhode Island avenues, west on Rhode Island (south side) to 24th Street; 24th Street (east side) to Irving Street; Irving Street (north side) to 26th Street; 26th Street (west side) to B&O Railroad tracks; railroad tracks (south side) west to Queens Chapel Road; Queens Chapel Road (east side) to Bladensburg Road; Bladensburg Road (south side) to New York Avenue; New York (north side) to the intersection of New York and 38th Place; to a point on the northeast side of the Anacostia River where an extension of the west side of South Dakota Avenue would intersect; from the point of intersection to South Dakota Avenue (west side) east to Wastern Avenue (west side) north to Rhose Island Avenue.

The following are the proposed boundaries for Fort Lincoln Elementary School: Starting at a point on Bladensburg Road and Eastern Avenue, west on Bladensburg (south side) to South Dakota Avenue; South Dakota (east side) to Eastern Avenue Extended (District/Maryland line); on Eastern Avenue Extended going north to Bladensburg Road.

Following is a block-by-block listing of how boundary changes, if approved, will affect Region I students: Although there are now no Beers students who live in the 3400 through 3700 blocks of Massachusetts Avenue, 3400 through 3600 blocks of Nash Place or the 3700 and 3800 blocks of O Street, students from these blocks would be assigned to Region III schools.

The one Beers student in the 2500 block of 36the Street will go to Winston.

The 23 Friendship students who live in the 4200 block of Barnaby Road, the 800 block of Chesapeake Street or the 4200 block of Sixth Street, will attend Hendley.

Any Green students who live in the 2200 block of Savannah Street or the 3300 block of 22nd Street will attend Garfield.

Homes in the 1300 through 2100 blocks of Southern Avenue, which have not previously been included in any school boundary, have been included in the Green School boundary.

The six Hendley studnets who live in the 4300 block of Fourth Street will attend Friendship.

The one Ketcham student wo lives in the 1800 block of Minnesota Avenue will attend Orr.

Any students who live in the 1700 block of Q Street will attend Ketcham. The block had not previously been included in any school boundary.

The 10 Malcolm X students who live in the 3100 block of Bruce Place and the 2700 and 2800 blocks or Robinson placewill attend Turner.

The six Malcolm X students who live in the 3200 block of 11th Place will go to Terrell.

Any Malcolm X students who live in the 3300 block of 11th Place will attend McGogney.

Any McGogney students who live in the 1300 block of Congress Street will attend Malcolm X.

The one McGogney student who lives in the 3200 block of 10th Place will go to Terrell.

Any McGogney students who live on the even side of the 3200 block of Wheeler Road will go to Terrell.

The 12 Moten students who live in the 1300 block of Morris Road will attend Savoy.

The two Moten students who live in the 2300 block of Raynolds place will attend Stanton.

The six Moten students who live in the 2500 block of West Street and the 2300 block of 16th Street will attend Wilkinson.

Homes in the 2900 block of Austin Street, the 2800 and 2900 blocks of Minnesota Avenue, the 3200 block of O Street, the 2000 and 2100 blocks of 28th Street or the 1400 block of 35th Street will go to Randle Highlands. Homes in those blocks have not previously been included in any school boundary.

The 19 Savoy students who live in the 2600 block of Pomeroy Road or the 2600 block of Sayles Place will go to Birney.

Any Simon students who live in the 100 or 200 blocks of Trenton Place or the 400 block of Savannah Street will attend Congress Heights.

The eight Stanton students who live in the 3200 through 3400 blocks of 23rd Street or the 3400 block of 24th Street will go to Garfield.

Any Stanton student who lives in the 2300 to 2400 block of Naylor Road will attend Orr.

The 35 Terrell students who live in the 3900 block of Wheeler Road or the 1000 block of Wahler Place will go to Drapper.

Any Terrell student who lives in the 3200 block of 12th Place will attend Malcolm X.

The 90 Turner students who live in the 1400 block of Bruce Street, the 1500 block of Congress Place or the 3100 block of Robinson Street will attend Malcolm X.

The 83 Washington Highland students who live in the 800 blocks of Xenia or Yuma streets or the 3800 through 4000 blocks of Eighth Street will attend Draper.

The 24 Wilkinson students who live in the 1500 and 1600 blocks of Butler Street, the 2600 block of Douglas Road, the 2300 through 2500 blocks of Elvans Road, the 1700 block of Galen Street, the 2300 block of Green Street, the 2200 block of Hunter Place, the 1500 block of Morris Road or the 2400 throught 2500 blocks of Pomeroy Road will attend Moten.

The six Wilkinson students who live in the 1300 block of Morris Road or the 2600 block of Pomeroy Road will attend Savoy.

The one Wilkinson student who lives in the 2700 block of Bruce Place will attend Stanton.

The 30 ninth graders from Kramer/Winston will attend Johnson.

The 61 Kramer students who live in the 2200 through 2500 blocks of Savannah Street, the 2200 block of Savannah Terrace, the even side of the 2100 through 2500 blocks of Southern Avenue, the 3400 and 3500 blocks of 22nd Street, the 3200 through 3400 blocks of 23rd Street, the o400 block of 24th Street or the 3400 block of 25th Street will attend Johnson.

A total of 154 Johnson students will go to Hart. They are students who live in the following areas: The even side of the 800 and 900 blocks of Alabama Avenue, the 1000 through 1200 blocks of Barnaby Terrace, the 1100 block of Bellevue Street, the even sides of the 1100 and 1200 blocks of Southern Avenue, the 900, 1100 and 1200 blocks of Valley Avenue, the 900 and 1000 blocks of Varney Street, the 1000 block of Wahler Place, the odd sides only of the 3200 through 3400 blcoks of Wheeler Road, both sides of the 3500, 3900 through 4300 blocks of Wheeler Road, the 4300 block of 12th Street and the 3900 through 4300 blocks of 13th Street.

About 45 students from the following blocks, who now attend Hart Junior High School, will go to Friendship:

Those in the unit numbered blocks and the 100 block of Atlantic Street SW; the unit numbered blocks and the 100 through 800 blocks of Atlantic Street SE; the 700 and 800 blocks of Barnaby Street; the 800 and 900 blocks of Bellevue Street; the unit numbered blocks and the 100 block of Chesapeake Street SW; the 400, 500 and 600 blocks of Chesapeake Street SE west of Barnaby Syreet SE; the unit numbered through 100 blocks of Danbury Street SW and SE; the unit numbered through 100 blocks of Darrington Street SW; the unit numbered through 100 blocks of Elmira Street SW; the unit numbered through 600 blocks of Elmira Street SE; the unit numbered through 100 blocks of Forrester Street SW; the unit numbered through 600 blocks of Forrester Street SE; the unit numbered through 100 blocks of Galveston Place SW; the 4300 block of Halley Terrace SE; the 100 block of Ivanhoe Street SW; the 100 block of Irvington Street SW, and the 100 block of Joliet Street SW.

Also, the 4000 through 4600 blocks of Livingston Road SE; the 300 block of Livingston Terrace SE; the 4000 through 4700 blocks of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SW; the 4000 through 4700 blocks of South Capitol Street; the 4000, 4100, 4300 and 4700 blocks of South Capitol Terrace SW; the 600 through 800 blocks of Southern Avenue SE; the 4000, 4700 and 4800 blocks of First Street SW; the 4000 block of Frist Place SW; the 400 and 4100 blocks of Second Street SW; the 4000, 4300, 4400 and 4500 blocks of Third Street SE; the 4000, 4100, 4200 and 4600 blocks of Fourth Street SE; the 4000, 4100 and 4200 blocks of Sixth Syreet SE; the 4200 and 4300 blocks of Seventh Street SE; and both sides of the 3700, 3800, 3900, 4200 and 4300 blocks of Ninth Street SE.