During the past school year and continuing into this school year the following asbestos management activities have been or are currently being completed.
These activities are pursuant to the Environmental Protection Agency 40 CRF Part 763 “Asbestos Containing Materials in School; Final Rule and Notice”…
The designated person for the district is Alan Gaylor. He can be contacted at 385-4507. Shanda Jorgensen, with Meridian Consulting, may be contacted in an emergency at 1-612- 965-5142.
The completed updated asbestos management plan can be viewed, without cost or restriction, during regular office hours at the District Buildings and Grounds Office or at each school office for its individual plan. Copies can be obtained for a fee of 10 cents per page.
Any questions concerning this notice or an explanation of our Asbestos Management Plan can be directed to
Alan Gaylor at 385-4524
2021-2022 Pesticide/Herbicide Schedule - Updated February 15, 2022
Our district utilizes a licensed, professional pest control service firm for the prevention and control of rodents, insects, and other pests in and around the district’s buildings. The program consists of:
Pests can sting, bite, cause contamination, damage property, and spread disease; therefore, we must prevent and control them. The long-term health effects on children from the application of such pest control materials, or the class of materials to which they belong, may not be fully understood. All pest control materials are chosen and applied according to label directions per Federal law. An estimated schedule of interior pest control inspections and possible treatments is available for review on our website or at each school office.
A similar estimated schedule is available for application of herbicides and other materials to school grounds. Herbicides may be applied by a professional firm and/or district personnel.
Parents of students may request to receive, at their expense, prior notification of any application of a pest control material, should such an application be deemed necessary on a day different from the days specified in the schedule
3rd week of every month (15th-21st)
*Exterior treatment to control beetles, bees & other pests will be performed on an "as-needed" basis and will be applied during non-school hours
Red Wing Schools has a board approved Indoor Air Quality Management Plan. Our IAQ plan is based on the Environmental Protection Agencies (EPA) ‘Tools for Schools’ indoor air quality program designed specifically for schools.
The plan’s goal is to provide indoor air quality that contributes to a favorable learning environment for students, productivity for teachers and staff, as well as an environment that is as healthy as possible. However, the intent of the plan is not to solve all indoor air quality concerns in a school, rather the intent is to provide a road map to assist in managing indoor air quality.
For further information you may contact Alan Gaylor, IAQ Coordinator at 385-4524 or Shanda Jorgensen, Meridian Consulting, at 1- 612-965-5142.
For more information, contact any of the personnel listed below:
Alan Gaylor - IAQ Coordinator