2022 Midland ISD Redistricting
Midland ISD has completed the process of redistricting its Board trustee single-member districts. The redistricting process involved changing the single-member district boundaries used for Board trustee elections. This redistricting process did not have any impact on any Midland ISD school attendance boundaries.
Midland ISD is making changes to the seven single-member districts because the Texas Education Code requires a school district to redistrict if data shows existing single-member districts have a population deviation of more than 10 percent between the most populous and least populous district. Census data, gathered every ten years, is what is used to determine those population changes.
Based on the 2020 Census data, Midland ISD District 5 is the most populous district and Midland ISD District 4 is the least populous district. The deviation between these two districts is 41.20 percent. As a result, redistricting is needed to balance the single-member districts as required by the Texas Education Code.
February 8, 2022 - Initial Assessment of Census Data and Adoption of Redistricting Guidelines
- Meeting Agenda
- Meeting Minutes
- Initial Assessment PPT
- Redistricting Guidelines
- Redistricting Public Hearing Guidelines
March 23, 2022 - Board Map Drawing Session
On April 12th the board approved the resolution adopting the proposed redistricting plan.
- Plan 1
- Plan 1 - Trustee Districts
- Plan 1 - Individual Trustee Districts
- Plan 1 - City of Midland Inset
- Plan 1 - Summary Demographics Report Total Population
- Plan 1 - Detailed Demographics Report Total Population
- Plan 1 - Summary Demographics Report Voting Age Population
- Plan 1 - Detailed Demographics Report Voting Age Population