Tuolumne County Board of TrusteesThe mission of the Tuolumne County Board of Education is to provide a leadership role in education; to support the County Office of Education in its governance; and to advocate and champion for the education of all students.
Trustees by Area
Tuolumne County has a seven-member Board of Education, with each trustee representing one of seven distinct areas within the county. Each trustee serves a four-year term. The County Board of Education is the elected governing body of the County Superintendent of Schools Office. The Board establishes the policies which guide the County Schools Office and approves the annual operating budget. In addition to its policy-making and budgetary functions, the Board approves and confirms changes in school district boundaries, identifies educational needs and services in the county, and serves as an appeal board for such actions as inter-district attendance requests and student expulsions.
Trustee Area One
Geographic area: Sonora Elementary School District except for a portion south of Highway 108, and excluding the Mill Villa, Gibbs Estates, and Valponi Acres area. Term expires in 2020.
Trustee Area Two
Geographic Area: Columbia and Belleview School Districts. Provisional appointment concludes 2018.
Trustee Area Three firstname.lastname@example.org
Geographic Area: Summerville High District, Summerville Elementary School District and a portion of Soulsbyville School District south of Highway 108. Term expires in 2020.
Trustee Area Four email@example.com
Geographic Area: Big Oak Flat-Groveland Unified School District and a portion of Curtis Creek School District south of Highway 108. Term expires in 2018.
Trustee Area Five
Geographic Area: Jamestown School district and the portion of the Sonora Elementary School District within the Mill Villa, Gibbs, and Valponi precincts. Term expires 2018.
Trustee Area Six
Geographic Area: Twain Harte-Long Barn School District. Term expires in 2018.
Trustee Area Seven
Geographic Area: Portions of Curtis Creek and Soulsbyville Elementary School Districts north of Highway 108. Term expires in 2018.