As many of you are
aware Mr. Evjen, our school superintendent, has decided
to retire from our district and enjoy his time with his
wife, family, and hobbies. While we are very happy for
we know our job as a school board is to now find a
full-time effective, strategic administrator who can
lead our district into the future. With that in mind,
we have partnered with a superintendent search firm,
School Exec Connect, led by former Minnesota
superintendents to assist us with our search.
Beyond informing you
of the search process and timelines, we would like to
invite you to provide constructive input to assist us in
making the best possible selection. Over the next few
weeks, representatives from the search firm will be
meeting with board members, administrators, school
staff, students, parents,and
community members to determine the characteristics and
skills our community values in our next superintendent.
of this information will guide us during our selection
process. Our goal is to have our superintendent hired
by the end of April.
Tuesday, February 25 from 4:00-6:30 P.M. Hayfield High
School will be holding scheduled ten (10) minute high school
parent/teacher conferences located in teacher classrooms. We will
make every attempt to accommodate conference requests on a
first-come-first-served basis. Parents who submit an online request
form will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours along with
their conference schedule. Directions:
Please state your students name and the names of the teachers you
want to meet for conferences. Identify a half-hour window of
time to start your conference. Example: 4:15 – 4:45
Click here to schedule conference
Independent School District #203 is a district composed of the
communities of Brownsdale, Hayfield, Oslo, Sargeant, and Waltham.
Its boundaries span an area of 200 square miles from Rochester in
the northeast and to Austin in the southwest. The school system
involves approximately 790 students and 60 teachers. Students in the
Hayfield Community Schools are taught in a "person-centered"
environment. The school's philosophy stresses the importance of the
student's academic, social and emotional development with the
emphasis on the student's need to feel successful and important. The
faculty and staff are expected to be sensitive to needs and problems
and to be understanding. Instruction is on a continuous-progress
basis and is designed to promote independence on the part of the
student as he/she progresses from kindergarten through grade 12.
To provide a safe learning environment that engages, challenges,
and inspires students for life
Aim 1: High Student
Goal 1:All students will meet or exceed proficiency levels in reading, writing,
mathematics, and science.
Goal 2: All students will earn
a high school diploma.
Aim 2: Safe and Respectful Learning Community
Goal 1:All students
and staff will learn and work in a safe and healthy environment.
Goal 2:All students and staff will respect all individuals.
Aim 3: Efficient and Effective Operations
Goal 1:The District will hire and retain a high performing workforce.
Goal 2:The District will practice responsible fiscal management.
Goal 3:The District will use
continuous improvement in all
areas of the operation.
Hayfield Community Schools believes that active parental
involvement, consistent communication between school and home, and
student participation in school activities are important in
inspiring lifelong learners.