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Thank you for your interest in St. Michael-Albertville School District! 

All general inquiries can be sent to or by calling the District Office at 763-497-3180.

Concerns & Complaints

The St. Michael-Albertville School District takes all concerns or complaints from students, employees, parents, or other persons seriously. While written reports are encouraged, a complaint may be made orally. A person may file a complaint at any level of the school district; ie, principal, superintendent, or school board. However, persons are encouraged to file a complaint at the building level when appropriate. It is best to discuss concerns or complaints with the person most familiar with the incident and if the concern or complaints are not satisfactorily addressed, to the principal or supervisor, superintendent, and school board.

Federal law requires that school districts designate specific individuals and procedures for disability discrimination, sex discrimination, equal education, employment discrimination, homelessness, and harassment.

Contact information is as follows:

  Dr. Amy Larkin, Director of Special Services

  • Student Disability Discrimination, ADA/504 Coordinator
  • Homeless Compliance, District Homeless Coordinator

St. Michael-Albertville District Office
11343 50th Street NE
Albertville, MN 55301


Keith Cornell, Activities Director

St. Michael- Albertville High School
5800 Jamison Ave NE
St. Michael, MN 55376
763-497-6560 ext. 3

Doug Birk, Director of Administrative Services

  • Student Sex Discrimination, Human Rights Officer
  • Student or Staff Harassment, Human Rights Officer
  • Equal Education Opportunity/Equal Employment Opportunity, Human Rights Officer
  • Student Sex Nondiscrimination Program Compliance, Title IX Officer

St. Michael- Albertville District Office
11343 50th Street NE
Albertville, MN 55301

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Our schools are here not only to educate and prepare children for their lifetime, but also to serve the school community. We want you to have the facts.  

We are here to serve and are committed to reasonable and trusting two-way communication.

Regarding concerns, please go to the source of your concern and follow respectful communication patterns. If a classroom issue arises, contact the teacher before reaching out to the principal. Similarly, if the issue is school-related, your first contact should be the principal or assistant principal, not the superintendent or school board. If your concern relates to athletics/activities, please connect with the coach or advisor. Just as any effective organization would do, our district will redirect your concerns or questions back to the appropriate level so the problem can be dealt with where it originated.

Regarding rumors or questions, please click the button below to submit information that you would like clarified. When something you hear doesn't make sense or if it is new and disturbing, conflicts with your previous assumptions, or is reported by your child as fact, you can take positive and simple steps to discover the facts. 

Depending on the nature of the question, a response may be published here.

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