The Claremont Unified School District, like hundreds of cities and school districts across the state, considered making a change in how voters elect its Board of Education. Currently, five members are elected from the school district at large and serve four-year terms. Beginning in November 2022, voters will vote for one Board Member who lives in their district. This would replace the current system of at-large district-wide elections in which voters have the ability to vote for all Board of Education members.
At the February 17th, 2022 meeting of the Claremont Unified School District Board of Trustees, the Trustees considered testimony on the draft maps and ultimately decided to approve Draft Map 113 as the proposed map to transition to Trustee areas starting in the November, 2022 election. Please see the link below for approved Resolution No. 10-2022 and attached map and demographics. The District had a final hearing before the Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization on March 30th. This was the final required hearing to change the District’s current system of at-large Trustee elections to by-district elections starting in November 2022. The Committee on School District Organization approved CUSD’s map at this hearing, completing the process to change to by-district elections. Please see the links below for the final approved map and the signed resolution. The Claremont Unified School District appreciates the time and attention the public gave the Trustees regarding feedback and testimony on the proposed draft maps.
The links below will allow you to see the approved map in PDF form and in an interactive review map as well as the approved resolution. The interactive review map allows you to view the approved map and zoom in and out on particular areas. Please click on the “Content” tab on the left-hand side of the page to view the map list in the interactive review map.
CUSD Approved Resolution 10-2022