Trustee Redistricting Information
Redistricting is the adjustment of school board trustee area boundaries, which occur every 10 years to reflect new census data. It does not change school attendance area boundaries. Redistricting is done to ensure that trustee area populations are balanced and that residents are appropriately represented. After community input is received, the school board will be presented with multiple boundary options for their consideration, concluding with board approval of a final trustee area map.
Interactive Mapping Tool
Create and share a Community of Interest and/or draft Board of Trustees districts
(click the image below to access mapping tool)
Answer a few questions below to have your input counted in the Central Unified School District redistricting process.
Redistricting Meeting; Thursday, December 9
Redistricting Board Presentation
Demographic Data by Trustee Area
Our New Board Approved Trustee Area Map
Our Previous Trustee Area Map (2011)
Trustee Area Map Drafts