The School Board is made up of seven citizens elected at large by voters in the District. Members are elected to four-year overlapping terms, with elections held every two years. At the end of a four-year term, members may run for re-election to successive terms. Voting takes place at general elections in November, and terms begin the first Monday in January thereafter. If a vacancy occurs in the middle of a term, the School Board names an appointee to serve until the next district election.
Through our commitment and work, the members of the Edina School Board will strive to provide an excellent public education that meets the needs of all students in our district. The academic excellence we expect is accomplished in partnership with our students, parents, teachers, administrators, non-licensed staff and community members. The purpose of this document is to provide governing expectations and consistency for the conduct of the School Board. This document serves to supplement our policies, which exist to provide a code of ethics, structure, operating guidelines, general meeting parameters, and the basic roles and responsibilities of our School Board.
Contact the School Board
Find contact information for individual school board members by clicking on their respective names. To contact the entire School Board, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All members will receive your email, and the Superintendent or their designee will respond on behalf of the Board. You may send mail for the Board, collectively or individually, to: 5701 Normandale Road, Edina MN 55424
Visit this page for information about the search and recruitment process, and to complete the Superintendent Search Survey.
School Board Meetings
Regular meetings are typically held on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Meetings are held in room 349 of the Edina Community Center (5701 Normandale Rd, Edina). Check the District Calendar for up-to-date information.
2020-25 Strategic Plan
The Edina Public Schools 2020-25 Strategic Plan plots a course for the school district for the next five years -- a course that will prepare our students for success in career and life.