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Redfield Public School

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RHS All School Reunion: June 30-July 1, 2017

All School Reunion

 


 


 

Additional Details

T-shirts & Coozies will be given to all registered attendees.

Orders for other reunion merchandise will be available online soon.

Door Prizes will be awarded during banquet.

Watch for updates and full schedule of events online.

http://www.redfield.k12.sd.us

http://www.facebook.com/redfieldsdreunion

http://www.twitter.com/redfieldhs

 
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About the Foundation

 

The Redfield School Foundation was created in 2003 to support Redfield Public Schools and to offer alumni, parents, and others a means to contribute to the school's success. The foundation offers two methods of assistance for the school:

·       A grant making program open to school staff who wish to improve their offerings
through professional development, equipment, or other resources.

·       A mechanism to raise funds for specific current capital needs of the school
that cannot be funded through the school budget.

History

The Redfield School Foundation was created after the school received an unexpected life insurance death benefit payment. Arlene Haug, a Redfield graduate, had named the school as the beneficiary of her policy. When she passed away and the school received the payment, the School Board chose to use the approximately $100,000 death benefit as seed money to launch the Foundation. A group of interested alumni, staff, and parents organized the Foundation in 2003

Purpose
 

The Redfield School Foundation has established the following priorities to guide its grant making and fundraising operations:

  • To provide a sound education to all students, offering a strong broad-based curriculum and wide-ranging extracurricular opportunities.
  • To attract and retain dedicated staff members and to enhance their skills through professional development opportunities.
  • To promote strong relationships with the community and increase involvement of parents in their children’s education.
  • To maintain facilities that are clean, safe and up-to-date.

The Board of Directors shall have responsibility for developing and implementing fundraising strategies to support the Foundation's activities. Fundraising may have one of the two purposes:
(1)  To grow the Foundation’s fund

(2) To fund the specific needs of the school

 

Governance

The Redfield School Foundation is an independent, tax-exempt nonprofit organization established for the purpose of supporting the school. It is governed by a board of directors, which includes two members of the Redfield School Board but makes decisions independent of the School Board. The governing structure guarantees both independence and cooperation.

Board of Directors
 

Dawn Baird

President

Adam Hansen

Vice President

Angela Rice

Treasurer

Shad Storley

Executive Secretary

Jay Esser

School Board Member

Heather Jordan

School Board Member

Dale Fiedler

 

Paul Gillette

 

Marilyn Hodges

 

Dave Willis

 

Martia Thelen

 

 


 

 

 
 
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