Located in Southwestern Minnesota, the Redwood Area School District serves approximately 1,100 students K-12 in the Belview, Morton and Redwood Falls area. The School District is located in the center of some of the best agricultural land in the state. If you would like to work in this exciting environment and be part of an exceptional team, apply at the Redwood Area School District. Redwood Area School District is an equal opportunity employer. A background check is required upon acceptance of employment for any position in the school district.

 Current Job Openings

To Apply:  Print and sign the application and mail or fax it with your letter of interest, resume, transcripts/credentials and copy of MN teaching license (where applicable).  Application should be submitted to Superintendent of Schools, Redwood Area Schools, 100 George Ramseth Drive, Redwood Falls, MN  56283.   Positions are open until filled unless otherwise noted. 

Currently, there are no openings.  Please check back with us again, and thank you for your interest in a position with the Redwood Area School District.





The following activities positions are open at Redwood Area Schools.
Interested individuals should contact:  Denny Stoterau, Activities Director, Redwood Area Schools, 100 George Ramseth Drive, Redwood Falls, MN  56283. Phone: (507) 644-3531.
  • ‚ÄčAll current activities positions are filled.

Substitute Teachers (All Levels)        

Interested in substitute teaching but do not hold a teaching license? Redwood Area School District will accept short call teacher licensure. A short call substitute teacher must have a (education or non-education) bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college, but does not need a teaching license. A short call substitute teacher may teach on a day-to-day basis not to exceed 15 consecutive days replacing the same teacher. In addition, a short call substitute license allows you to sub in grades K-12, in all subjects. To obtain a short call teacher license, go to then under Quick Links go to Licensing and then go to online licensing system. If you’ve never created a user id and password, go to the third section down to create a new MDE account and continue from there.

Substitute Paraprofessionals (All Levels)
Paraprofessionals provide assistance to licensed staff throughout the learning environment and, under the direction of the building administrator and/or licensed staff, the paraprofessionals in this level are responsible for assisting students with one-on-one and group defined instructional activities, supporting student needs in preparing their lessons for all subject areas and assisting and supervising students during instructional and non-instructional activities. Paraprofessionals also observe student’s activities/actions and communicate rules, expectations and consequences.