By Miriam Raftery
Controversial plan outrages Alpine voters, Chaldeans and other district residents
Photo: Priscilla Schreiber will be forced off the board in November if the county approves the GUHSD's redistricting proposal.
February 25, 2016 (San Diego’s East County) – Grossmont Union High School District voted 4-1 to ditch district-wide elections and break up the district into five areas that will each elect its own trustee. (View map) The board also voted to ask the San Diego County Committee on School Board Reorganization to waive a requirement that would ordinarily allow the public to vote on redistricting.