Board of Trustees
The Red Deer Public School District No. 104 is governed by seven locally elected trustees responsible for making sure public education is of a high quality and meets local needs.
The board has a responsibility to be in touch with the public's concerns, to make people aware of what the board does and why, and to give citizens every opportunity to have a say in what children learn.
The Board of Trustees meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the board Room at Red Deer Public Schools located at 4747-53 street. Meetings are open to the public with agendas, minutes and highlights available on the district website at www.rdpsd.ab.ca.
Presenting to the Board
Individuals or groups may request an opportunity to appear before the board to respond to current agenda items, express concerns or make proposals on issues. Please contact the Superintendent of Schools for more information on the process to present to the board.
Dealing with Concerns and Issues
Trustees are responsible for the overall governance and development of policies that guide Red Deer Public Schools. The management and operation of the jurisdiction are the responsibility of district administration. Questions or concerns should be directed to the resolve area of responsibility. Please contact the Superintendent of Schools for more information.