Redistricting Trustee Areas

2021-22 MAP ADJUSTMENTS: 2020 CENSUS DATA IMPACT ON DISTRICT’S TRUSTEE AREA MAP

Based on 2020 Census data, school districts with trustee area systems are required to review and, if necessary, adjust their trustee area map by March 1, 2022 to ensure population balance. This applies to MHUSD, which transitioned to a by-trustee area election system in 2015 to ensure compliance with the California Voting Rights Act or "CVRA".

Please note that this is a required action when Census data is released every decade. This action does not impact school boundaries.

Redistricting 2021 - Frequently Asked Questions

Boundary Map Scenarios Presentation

First page of the PDF file: TrusteeBoundaryMapScenariosMorganHill2020update1

Timeline  

 
December 14, 2021
  • MHUSD’s Board of Education will receive information on the impact of the 2020 Census Data on Trustee Area Map Population Balance.
  • Demographer creates map options with “adjusted” Trustee Area boundary lines to balance population across each area to within the permissible 10% variance.

  • MHUSD will hold a public hearing regarding the adjusted map options.

January 11, 2022
  • Public hearing regarding the adjusted map options.

February 1, 2022
  • Board resolution to adopt one of the adjusted options.

  • Following the meeting, submit a map and resolution to the County for use until the 2030 Census release in 2031.

Deadline is March 1, 2022

Board of Education information is on Agenda Online including Board Meeting Agendas, Public Comment Guidelines, Minutes and Policies.

Related Links:
Current Map of MHUSD Trustee Areas

You may email questions to MHUSD’s Communications Coordinator, Lanae Bays, at baysl@mhusd.org