School Board Districts

Precinct Listing

Below is a precinct list for each School Board district. The listing includes those precincts which are either entirely or partially within Cuba Independent Schools.  * Adopted as Plan B on October 24, 2012 by the Cuba Independent School District Board of Education.

District 1

Sandoval County Precinct 24

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 26:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 26 west of the line defined by an unnamed stream east to an unnamed road,then south to East Pilon Road, then north to Apache Corner Road, then north to East Pilon Road, then west to unnamed road, then north to White Church Road, then west to Counselor Ojo Encino Road, then north to Ojo Encino Road

District 2

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 22:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 22 west of the line defined by US Highway 550 north to an unnamed stream,then southwest to the Rio Puerco, then north to the Village of Cuba municipal limits, then north and east to the Rio Puerco, then northeast to the Village of Cuba municipal limits, then north to US Highway 550

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 25:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 25 north of the line defined by Torreon Wash southeast to NM Highway 197,then northeast to Torreon Road, then southeast to Mission 24 Road, then southeast to San Luis PipelineRoad, then southeast to Robert Taylor Road

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 26:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 26 east of the line defined by an unnamed stream east to an unnamed road,then south to East Pilon Road, then north to Apache Corner Road, then north to East Pilon Road, then west to unnamed road, then north to White Church Road, then west to Counselor Ojo Encino Road, then north to Ojo Encino Road

District 3

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 25:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 25 south of the line defined by Torreon Wash southeast to NM Highway 197,then northeast to Torreon Road, then southeast to Mission 24 Road, then southeast to San Luis Pipeline Road, then southeast to Robert Taylor Road

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 27:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 27 south of the line defined by La Cañada Santiago south to the Rio Puerco, then northeast to San Luis Road, then northeast to the Jemez Pueblo boundary, then east to US Highway 550

Sandoval County Precinct 63

District 4

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 21:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 21 south and west of the line defined by the Village of Cuba municipal limits east to the Rio Puerco, then northeast to the northernmost Village of Cuba municipal limits, then south to NM Highway 136

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 22:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 22 east of the line defined by US Highway 550 north to an unnamed stream, then southwest to the Rio Puerco, then north to the Village of Cuba municipal limits, then north and east to the Rio Puerco, then northeast to the Village of Cuba municipal limits, then north to US Highway 550

District 5

Sandoval County Precinct 17

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 21:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 21 north and east of the line defined by the Village of Cuba municipal limits east to the Rio Puerco, then northeast to the northernmost Village of Cuba municipal limits, then south to NM Highway 136

Sandoval County Precinct 23

Portion of Sandoval County Precinct 27:

  • Sandoval County Precinct 27 north of the line defined by La Cañada Santiago south to the Rio Puerco, then northeast to San Luis Road, then northeast to the Jemez Pueblo boundary, then east to US Highway 550

Sandoval County Precinct 78

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