Thu, Oct 08 9:00am
Tennis:Girls Varsity Section Finals
Thu, Oct 08 4:00pm
Cross Country:Girls Varsity Meet
Thu, Oct 08 4:00pm
Cross Country:Boys Varsity Tournament
Thu, Oct 08 4:30pm
Volleyball:Girls 8th Match
Thu, Oct 08 4:30pm
Volleyball:Girls 7th Match
Thu, Oct 08 7:00pm
Football: Varsity Game
Redwood Valley High School Art Teacher, Jamie Steffl, is featured in the September-October 2015 edition of The Magazine for Minnesota's Soybean Growers, SOYBEAN BUSINESS.

We Appreciate Your Help!

Volunteers are needed for Back-to-School Nights; Elementary and Middle School Book Fairs; and numerous other events throughout the 2015-2016 school year.

Redwood Area Schools Volunteer Program. Contact Susan Minkel, Volunteer Coordinator, 507-644-8024

Volunteer Form
Fall Community Education

Preschool for 3 and 4 year olds begins Tuesday, September 8. Openings still available!
ECFE classes for 0-5 year olds begins September 28. Call 507-644-8939 or visit for more information.

Childcare registration for 3-5 year olds is OPEN. Call 507-644-7128 or visit for more information.

School-aged childcare (K-5th grades) registration is OPEN. Call 507-644-7171 or visit for more information.
Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records

Special education records which have been collected by the Redwood Area Independent School District, related to the identification, evaluation, educational placement or the provision of special education in the district, must be maintained under state and federal laws for a period of five years beyond the student's 21st birthday.

These records will be destroyed October 1, 2015, in accord with state law, unless parent/guardian or eligible (adult) student notifies the school district otherwise. These records are no longer useful to the district, but may be useful to the parent/guardian or former student in applying for social security benefits, rehabilitation services, college entrance, etc. The parent/guardian or eligible (adult) student may request these records in writing or in person at the Redwood Area School District.
Good choices: David Madson looks back on four decades of teaching teens about health
By Joshua Dixon
Redwood Gazette

Posted Aug. 27, 2015 at 12:01 AM
When David Madson was hired to be the new health teacher at Redwood Falls High School in 1974, he basically had to invent the program from the ground up.
“Before then, health was a subject that was taught in physical education if they had a rainy day,” he said this month in his office at Redwood Valley Middle School.
Madson didn’t set out to be a health teacher. His goal was originally to teach math.
“At Bethany Lutheran College I had this really charismatic professor. He got me interested in health service, so I switched majors.”
At the time, health was considered a senior high subject, and so Madson had to develop classes for ninth and tenth graders.
“When we moved to this new building in the early 1990s, it was decided that health needed to be more of a middle school subject,” he said. Now starting his 42nd year teaching good health to teenagers, what changes has Madson seen over the decades?

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Save Your Receipts for School Supplies!

Minnesota has two tax relief programs for families with children in kindergarten through 12th grade: the K-12 Education Subtraction, and the K-12 Education Credit. Both programs help lower taxes and may provide a larger refund.

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