The Sartell-St. Stephen School Board’s role is to provide leadership and establish policy for the school district. The School Board sets the District goals, determines the curriculum and allocates resources to meet its objectives.
The Sartell-St. Stephen School Board is made up of six people elected at large to four-year terms. School board elections are held on the second Tuesday in November.
The School Board is accountable to the State of Minnesota and the people of the Sartell-St. Stephen School District. School Board members are also responsible for providing oversight to make sure that students are achieving at high levels and that public resources are being effectively and efficiently managed.
Regular board meetings are generally scheduled on the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. and held in the Board Room at the District Service Center (see map on this page). During the months June, July and August meetings begin at 5:00 p.m.
School Board study sessions and work sessions are also typically held at the District Service Center. Occasionally meeting times and places are adjusted for special purposes or because of time conflicts due to holidays, events or activities. Meeting times and locations are kept up to date on the website calendar. The public is invited to attend School Board meetings at any time.
Photo: (l-r): Nicholas Juntenen, student representative, Patrick Marushin, Pam Raden, Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert, Jason Nies, and Jeremy Snoberger, Mary McCabe, and Lesa Kramer
Not pictured: Tristen Nies, student representative