Contact: Karsten Anderson, Superintendent
Phone: 651-385-4501

The school board recently adopted a plan to allow students in grades 5-12 to return to school for more days per week:

Monday, March 22nd:
7th, 8th, and 12th graders begin 4+1 Learning. (Students learn remotely on Wednesdays and learn in the building on other days)

Monday, April 5th:  
5th graders begin 5-Day In-Person Learning
6th graders begin 4+1 Learning or 5-Day In-Person Learning depending on school staffing
9 - 11th graders begin 4+1 Learning. (Students learn remotely on Wednesdays)

Return To School Letter - Update 2/19/2021

​​​These are significant changes that impact every aspect of our district, so please read
carefully.  For information in Spanish, please contact us at 651-385-4607.

2020-2021 Parent/Student Handbook

Red Wing Community Resource Network
The network has put together a list of COVID-19 resources for Red Wing citizens.
Red Wing Community Resources Network

Red Wing Shares
This website has been set up for the Red Wing community to find local COVID-19 resources.​​​​​

United Way’s 211 Resource Helpline Service

The United Way’s 211 resource hotline is available 24/7 for people in need. Certified Community Resource Specialists make referrals for COVID-19 specific resources as well as local resources such as food access, childcare, housing, and other essential services. For help, dial 211, text “MNCOVID” to 898-211 or chat online at This helpline is confidential and multilingual.
United Way website: OR (
United Way phone: (651) 291-0211 OR 1-800-543-7709

Fernbrook Family Center

The Fernbrook Family Center is continuing to provide mental health services to all of its current clients and accepting new referrals. Learn more by calling Fernbrook at 507-446-0431.

Other Services

These following organizations are working together to provide emergency financial assistance for families regardless of citizenship status. Examples of assistance include diapers, gas cards, hygiene supplies, groceries (after a family has gone to the food shelf), clothing for work, internet set-up for school work, medication fills, and cooking supplies (crockpots/baking supplies) to make meals at home. There is also some help in the form of rent, mortgage, or utilities; however since there are federal and state programs in place to assist with these, these will only be approved in special circumstances. Three Rivers also helps support families with rent and utilities.

While these organizations strive to serve all families in need, there are numerous requests for assistance, time is needed to process requests, and not everyone will qualify for help.

Please complete the following form if you need help with basic living needs due to significant loss of income.

2020 Emergency Financial Assistance Form

​​Mental Health Crisis Resource: SE Minnesota Mobile Crisis Line 1-844-274-7472

Goodhue County Health and Human Services COVID-19 Hotline 651-385-2000

COVID-19 Health Questions: State COVID-19 Hotline 1-800-657-3903

Red Wing Youth Outreach

Hispanic Outreach

HOPE Coalition​​​​