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Red Rock Central looking to involve the community in facility planning process
 on June 30, 2020

By Bill Rogotzke, Chair of the Red Rock Central School Board   Like all of us, Red Rock Central Public School District has seen a number of challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve worked hard to keep our students as our main focus, and we appreciate all of the challenges our students and families have faced through this crisis. At the same time, we have been planning for our long-term future by continuing our study of the best way to address serious deficiencies in our facilities.    In May 2017, we began a process to assess facility an...

RRC School Board Hears Community Survey Results on a Possible Fall Referendum
 on June 23, 2020

The Red Rock Central School District Board learned Monday that a majority of residents who responded to a community survey say they would support a new operating levy - reduced from its current level - and the construction of a new K-12 school building. Sue Peterson, of Wisconsin-based School Perceptions, detailed for board members results of a mail survey conducted from late May through mid June, 2020. Board members commissioned the survey as one element of a community-wide study of options for updating Red Rock school facilities, some of which date...

Waiver for Fitness Center Members
 on June 18, 2020

If you have a membership to the RRC Fitness Center and wish to use the facility again, please fill out this waiver and either scan and email it to or drop it off at the office beginning Tuesday, June 23rd.

The fitness center is open to the public Monday through Thursday:
5:00am - 6:15am
9:45am - 6:15pm
9:30pm - 11:00pm

Once we have a signed waiver we will activate your card for access.

RRC Elementary Summer Activities
 on June 08, 2020

Mrs. Hewitt, Ms. Ryker, and Mrs. Friesen are taking summer fun and learning on the road to our Red Rock Central towns.  Once a month, activities will be held in the city parks for children going into grades K-5.  Check out the days, times, and themes below, and come ready to have some fun with friends while learning new things. You need to register a few days in advance of each event so that we have enough supplies - call 507.540.0707 with child's name, grade, and parent phone number. Activities will last approximately one hour. &nb...

Covid-19 Outreach for Families; WIC and SNAP Support
 on May 14, 2020

WIC Support and SNAP Benefits information provided by Southwest Health & Human Services.


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