A new draft trustee area boundary maps is now available for public review. The maps is lablled Draft Map 6 - Cities and Schools B. The first five draft trustee area boundary maps are still available for review below. Page 1 of each map has the boundaries and Page 2 is where the demographic data is located. To see larger versions of the maps, click on the pop out button in the upper right hand side of the maps. To download the maps, click on the download link at the bottom of both maps.
To see more detailed versions of the maps with street names and landmarks, please view the interactive version. You can search for specific addresses and landmarks in the search box.
As draft trustee-area boundary maps are completed, they will be posted on this page. Comments can be made at the public hearing scheduled for June 27, 2018, at the regular Board of Education meeting. It will be held at DeJean Middle School, 3400 Macdonald Ave., Richmond, CA. You can also email feedback to the District office.
Draft Map 6 - Cities and Schools C
This map was developed based on comments from Board members received at the June 13 public hearing.
Draft Map 1 - Freeway
This map utilizes Interstate 80 as a dividing line as much as possible, with two districts east of I-80 and three districts west of I-80.
Draft Map 2 - Schools
This map was drawn to try to keep each high school attendance zone united as much as possible.
Draft Map 3 - Cities and Schools A
This map keeps cities inside of a single area as much as possible while trying to follow high school attendance boundaries.
Draft Map 4 - Cities and Schools B
This map is similar to Draft Map 3. It also keeps cities inside of a single area as much as possible while trying to follow high school attendance boundaries.
Draft Map 5 - June 4