At its regular Tuesday meeting, the Pasadena Unified School District board will hear a presentation of an new plan that would switch the district from at-large elections to seven electoral districts that would each elect one school board member.
Since January, an appointed task force has been hold public meetings and working on developing maps of geographic sub-districts that would make board members accountable to specific geographic areas of Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre.
After initially looking at four different potential map scenarios, the task force released a 'consensus map' earlier this month and approved it to be voted on by the board.
That plan would give Altadena residents two districts where they would make up the majority of voters.
The presentation that the board will see can be viewed at right - it has full demographic backgrounds by city, by race, and by other factors.
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m on Tuesday at PUSD headquarters at 351. S. Hudson in Pasadena. Public members interested in the task force presentation are recommended to show at 7 p.m, according to Ken Chawkins, the chair of the task force.
If approved by the board, the plan will ultimately be voted on by residents in the June election.
For more on the task force's process, check out the below links: