Proposals Submitted for School Board Member District Maps
Three preliminary maps were presented to the School Board Thursday night, each with a different proposal to re-draw Board Member districts in an effort to equalize population counts in each of the 15 districts.
The public is invited to view the proposed School Board member district maps by clicking on this link and give their input either by attending the Board meeting on September 6, or by emailing comments by clicking here.
Every ten years the School Board goes through the re-districting process to accommodate population growth and shifts in population concentration to create districts that meet the “one man, one vote” requirements of state and federal law.
Maps are offered that meet the various requirements, and the Board chooses which one is submitted to federal authorities for approval.
The proposed re-districting maps for Board Members are on display at the Central Office and the Brooks Educational Complex.
The effort does not involve School Attendance Boundaries.
To view the proposed maps online, click here.
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