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Trustee Area Boundary Adjustment


Newport-Mesa Unified School District has seven Board of Education members who are each elected to four-year terms. The terms are staggered by two years. Board elections are held during the general election in November of even numbered years. Currently, Board members are elected through an at-large voting system in which each Board member is required to reside in a Trustee Area.


Due to the extensive population growth on the east side of the district, the Board of Education is working toward balancing trustee areas to each have proportionate population. As part of the process, the Superintendent convened a committee to review the Trustee Areas.


This change will be for voting area purposes and would not impact the school boundary map. Student's home school would remain the same.


Trustee Area Boundary Maps

The Superintendent's Committee reviewed the Trustee Areas that would be of similar population and recommended Map B.

Please click the links below to view trustee area boundary maps currently under consideration.


Current Trustee Area Map


Trustee Area Map B

Trustee Area Map G

Compliance Reports

Public Hearings

On March 29, 2017 and March 30, 2017, the District conducted public hearings in the cities of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach, respectively, regarding trustee areas.  Community input was received regarding trustee areas. Trustee Boundary Public Hearing Press Release - EnglishTrustee Boundary Public Hearing Press Release - Spanish.


On April 18, 2017, the Board conducted a study session to receive and consider information.  The Board directed the demographer to prepare additional draft maps for consideration.


Additional public hearings are expected to occur in the near future.

Board of Education Actions

At the February 28, 2017 Board of Education Meeting the Board voted to conduct public hearings to obtain public input regarding the readjustment of the trustee area boundaries. The Board also voted on a resolution to move to a voting by trustee area, beginning with the 2018 election. February 28, 2017 Board of Education Agenda


At the July 4, 2017 Board of Education Meeting the Board approved proposed action regarding community Input and consideration of draft public hearings prior to final map adoption. July 5, 2017 Board of Education Agenda