The Placer County Committee on School District Reorganization consists of eleven members - two residing in each of the five supervisorial districts in Placer County and one Member-at-Large. The Placer County Superintendent of Schools serves as Secretary to the County Committee.
The Placer County Committee on School District Reorganization conducts hearings on petitions to reorganize school districts, and approves, disapproves or makes recommendations to the California Department of Education. The County Committee also formulates plans and recommendations for the organization or reorganization of school districts in the county or, if appropriate, any portion of one or more adjacent counties.
In accordance with California Educational Code Section 35700
(Title 2, Division 3, Part 21, Chapter 4: Reorganization of School Districts),
a petition for transfer of territory for the Aspire Solaire neighborhood was
deemed legally sufficient by the Placer County Superintendent of Schools Gayle
Garbolino-Mojica. The petition meets the minimum threshold of required
signatures, which is 25 percent of the registered voters residing in the
The petition requests the school boundaries of the Aspire Solaire neighborhood,
located in the Westpark area of Roseville, be transferred from Center Joint
Unified School District to Roseville City School District and Roseville Joint
Union High School District.
The Placer County Committee on School District Organization (County Committee)
is charged by the state to study and make recommendations and decisions on
school district reorganization. The Placer County Committee will conduct a
public hearing on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 to obtain a public response to the
territory transfer request.
Placer County Committee on School District Organization Public
Additionally, the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) will set its
calendar for a second public hearing to take place in Sacramento County.
What is the County Committee on School District REOrganization?
The County Committee on School District Reorganization has a major role in the review and approval of proposals to change school district organization in the county. The County Committee exists under the authority of the California Constitution and acts of the legislature of the State of California and the regulations of the California State Board of Education.
Who Serves on the County Committee?
The County Committee consists of eleven members - two representatives from each supervisorial district and one member serving at-large. County Committee members are elected at an annual meeting of school trustee representatives. The term for office is four years.
What is School District Reorganization?
An action to reorganize schoold districts can refer to any one of the following items: transfer of territory between or among school districts, unification or deunification, formation of new districts, dissolution or lapsation of a district, annexation of all or part of a district.
Where is the specific authority for the County Committee?
Authorization for the County Committee and its actions can be found in the California Education Code
Sections 4000, et. seq., and 35500 et. seq., and the California Administrative Code, Title 5.
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