Agenda Item #46
School Board Member District Redistricting
School Board member district boundaries are typically changed every 10 years following the U.S. census to balance the population in each district. Florida Statute 1001.36 limits this change to odd-numbered years.
Based on the 2010 U.S. census, the average population for each School Board member district should be 108,675. The current School Board member districts vary from 128,556 (+18.29%) to 92,913 (-14.50%).
Proposed boundary changes, developed by the Facilities Planning staff and revised by the Supervisor of Elections to reduce the number of existing precincts affected, are attached. The proposed new School Board member districts reduce the variance from the average population to between (+)2.5% and (-)1.9%.
Approve the School Board member district boundary changes recommended in Proposal #2.
Information - 11/22/2011
Consent after Information12/13/2011
Authority for Action
Involves Expenditure of Funds Directly in the Classroom
Source of Funding
Agenda Item will not Require the Expenditure of Funds
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Attachment: F.S. 1001.36.pdf
Attachment: Data and Analysis.pdf
Attachment: SB Members Proposal 1 Maps.pdf
Attachment: SB Members Current Maps.pdf
Attachment: SB Members Prop 2 Maps.pdf
Attachment: Supervisor of Elections Letter.pdf