News Article
Special School Board Meeting: June 27 at 5:00pm
The Red Wing School Board will hold a Special School Board meeting on Monday, June 27, 2022 at 5:00pm in the high school JPOD to interview Interim Superintendent Candidates.
 
The three candidates will be interviewed for approximately an hour each. To make the process equitable, the interviews will not be livestreamed. Once the in-person interviews have been completed, they will be posted online. 
 
This is an open meeting and members of the public are welcome to attend in person.
 
Access JPOD using Door No. 10 at Red Wing High School.

Agenda:
The agenda is available at https://meetings.boardbook.org/Public/Organization/837.

Public Comment Information:

The school board would like to provide interested community members an opportunity to provide appropriate public comment.  We seriously consider all questions and concerns presented, but we follow protocols to ensure orderly operation of the meeting and the development of an appropriate response. Public may provide comment in person and sign in upon arrival or public comment may be shared by emailing a statement to arostendorf@rwps.org  or klanderson@rwps.org by noon the day of the meeting.  The statement must include the writer’s name and address.   Upon review with  appropriate edits as per expectations outlined in the Public Comment portion of the school board agenda, the individual will be invited to attend the meeting virtually and read their statement to the Board during the Public Comment portion of the agenda.

 

The following guidelines will be followed during public comment:

1. We expect that comments be limited to 3 minutes per person and that a representative be selected to speak on behalf of a group of individuals attending the meeting for the same topic. 
 

2. School board members will listen to the public comments but will not discuss the topic at the meeting.  The Superintendent and/or school board chair may provide a response outlining steps the school district has taken or will take to address the concerns.  A summary of the school district’s actions in response to public comment will be provided to the school board, individuals submitting public comment, and/or public at a later date as appropriate. 

 

3. We expect that comments remain respectful and appropriate and not identify any current or former students, their families, or staff members by name.


Technology Note:
If the YouTube stream gets disconnected, we will be creating a new one on our YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv0NiQx6zC5yUOKKfu72h_Q