Red Wing School District School Board

The Red Wing School Board meets the first and third Mondays of the month (see link below) in the Red Wing City Council Chambers, though some meetings will occasionally be held in the RWHS IMC. Meetings are videotaped and streamed live when in the Red Wing City Council Chambers. Recordings of the meetings can be viewed on Channel 22 and on our Streaming Videos webpage. The public is encouraged to attend meetings.

The Red Wing School Board
 
School Board Members
Chair

Arlen Diercks
Member since 2015: Term expires 2022
awdiercks@rwps.org     651-385-4641
Vice Chair

Pam Roe
Member since 2017: Term expires 2020
pjproe@gmail.com     651-385-7986
Clerk

Heidi Jones
Member since 2009: Term expires 2020
hkjones@rwps.org   651-388-0389
Treasurer

Mike Christensen
Member since 2009: Term expires 2020
MIC9091@msn.com     651-353-9391
Director

Jim Bryant
Member since 2019: Term expires 2022
jrbryant@rwps.org     651-380-2893
Director

Janie Farrar
Member since 2013: Term expires 2020
jmfarrar@rwps.org     651-388-1661
Director

Holly Tauer
Member since 2019: Term expires 2022
hatauer@rwps.org     651-388-6513
 
 

Public comment at a school board meeting is an opportunity for residents, parents, property or business owners, employees, open-enrolled students, and parents of open-enrolled students of the Red Wing School District to address the board. We ask that you adhere to the following guidelines set in place by District Policy 206 regarding public comment.

This is a listening opportunity for the board and not a time to debate an issue. Also, the Minnesota Government Data Practice Act prohibits comment about specific student matters, even without naming the student, in open session. The board respects and values input on student matters, but when it relates to a specific student or a specific student matter, such input must be heard by the appropriate personnel, such as the building principal or superintendent, and not during an open meeting of the school board. It is expected that members of the public will address their remarks with civility and respect.

You are requested to address the board from the podium. After being recognized by the board chair, each individual will identify themselves and the group they represent, if any. Please state your reason for addressing the board. To ensure that all individuals have a chance to speak, you are limited to one three-minute presentation.