The 2021 Reapportionment Advisory Committee has completed its task of redrawing the school board member residence boundary areas and recommending the proposed maps to the School Board for approval. The School Board adopted a resolution and the new boundary map at its December 14, 2021 meeting: 2021 Adopted Resolution and Boundary Map. This webpage will remain active to provide the public with the various documents and procedures followed in the reapportionment process.

* Note: The reapportionment process impacts in which school board district you vote. It does NOT impact where your child attends school and it does NOT impact school attendance zones.

Create Your Own District Maps

Reapportionment is the once-a-decade process of redrawing the seven (7) residence area boundaries to achieve school board member residence areas that are reflective of the population changes that have occurred since the 2010 U.S. Census. You have the opportunity to submit your own draft District maps, and to provide feedback on the maps drafted by the Reapportionment Committee.

Go to the Meeting Schedule page to find meeting dates and times of the 2021 Reapportionment Advisory Committee.

2011 Reapportionment Map

District Population Growth from 2010 and 2020 Census

2020 Census Data

Notice: The 2021 Reapportionment Advisory Committee welcomed map submissions through 11:59 pm on December 6, 2021.

Submitted Maps

If you want to reach the Committee Member for your District, please email [email protected].