School Board Redistricting
Every ten (10) years, following the U.S. Census, Putnam City School District is required to redraw the boundaries of its Board of Education's election offices.
Please note- Redistricting of school board office boundaries does NOT affect student school attendance boundaries.
What is redistricting?
It is the process of changing the boundaries of voting offices so that all district offices have an equal number of people. This is how we make sure that everyone has equal representation in government.
As states and communities grow and change, peoples' representation in government begins to get out of balance. Redistricting brings everything back into balance to make sure that every member of the community is represented fairly.
The Board reviewed a proposal for a new map with updated office boundaries on September 6th and approved the new map through a board resolution on September 19th. The map and detailed descriptions of new office boundaries is available by clicking this link.