Keeping communities of interest together is an important principle in redistricting. Community members can define their communities by telling their own stories and describe their concerns to policy makers.
Such groups include (but are not limited to) groups with cultural or historical bonds, shared racial, ethnic or religious identities, neighborhoods, or a shared vision of the future of a community.
Your input is needed to help shape the District's Board of Education (trustee) area boundaries. Use your voice to help create a list of “Communities of Interest” or “COI” that can help inform the process to develop your community's board member area.
LBUSD asks for residents of the school district to complete a two-question survey:
- What binds your community together or creates its shared identity?
- Where is your community located?
The survey can be found at the LBUSD Redistricting Webpage or www.lbschools.net > Offices > Board of Education > Redistricting