STMA School Board
Welcome to the St. Michael-Albertville School Board. Our six-member board leads and serves the stakeholders of the STMA Schools. The Board assures that the St. Michael-Albertville School District offers educational opportunities to meet the community's values and that students continue to meet the educational results the community expects. These expectations are incorporated in the Board Policies and Strategic Plan.
Board members are elected at large for four-year terms. The superintendent serves as an ex-officio member of the board and is responsible for the implementation of board policies and directives.
School Board Meetings
School board meetings are open to the public, except those specifically permitted by law to be closed for discussion of identified issues. Meetings take place at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Monday each month, with exceptions if a holiday falls on a Monday, then board session will be on Tuesday.
Board Room Location
Meetings are held in the District Office Board Room, Middle School West (Door N)
11343 50th Street NE, Albertville, MN.
Due to the current federal and state emergency declarations and guidance about limiting person-to-person contact due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the June 1 Regular Meeting of the STMA School Board will be conducted in accordance with Minnesota Statutes 13D.021—Meetings by Telephone or Other Electronic Means. Board members may attend this meeting via virtual means. School Board members meeting in person will meet in the MW Media Center.
The public is encouraged to stream the meeting remotely.
If a member of the public has a question during the Board meeting, they should email email@example.com. Board members will not be monitoring their email during the meeting.
As your elected representatives, School Board members welcome questions and conversations related to governing the School District. The School Board is a governing body that makes decisions through a majority vote of the Board. The School Board Chair, or designee, serves as the spokesperson for the Board.
The School Board delegates the administration and management of the School District to the Superintendent. Questions related to operational or management issues are best directed to the school personnel or district personnel closest to the area of concern. Classroom issues should first be directed to the classroom teacher. School issues should first be directed to the school principal. District issues should be directed to the administrator for the program or service involved. If the first-level of communication does not resolve the issue, the immediate supervisor, principal, or Superintendent should be the next contact. District administrators take pride in being available to students, parents, and community members.
We welcome your comments and questions for members of the St. Michael-Albertville School Board: