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Mark Westby, Superintendent / Elem Principal
Tom Trisko, High School Principal / Athletic Director

School Board Members
Chairman - Deb Sullivan
Vice-Chair / Treasurer - Randy Bettermann
Clerk - Art Vinson
Member - Tim Lauthen
Member - Kevin Challes
Member - Cheryl Schaffran
Member - Mike Randt

 

Brandon District

"Opening the doors to our tomorrows"

The Brandon School District is an independent school district located in Brandon, MN, close to the I-94 highway approximately 15 miles west of Alexandria. 

District 207 is extremely proud of the individuals and facilities that comprise our school system.  Brandon Public School offers the best of two worlds; the comfort of a small school, along with a varied and diverse curriculum. The Brandon staff is committed to their own professional development as well, many having achieved a Master's Degree or beyond.

The school has paired in sports with Evansville Public Schools for over 20 years.  For the last few years, the two schools have shared resources in the classroom. This year is our first year in which Grades 9 through 12 from both schools are housed at the Brandon school building.  6th, 7th and 8th graders from both schools were brought together to form a middle school and are housed at the Evansville school building.  Each school district maintains their own K-5 grades in their respective buildings. The continued sharing of resources have provided many opportunities for our students and staff, which would have not been possible if the schools districts had not gone forward in this endeavor.

The Brandon District is proud to be providing their students with a rich curriculum with the advantage of desirable class sizes.

Brandon School District
206 W Third Street, P.O. Box 185
Brandon, MN  56315
Phone: 320.524.2263 or 320.834.4084
Fax: 320.524.2228

Mission Statement
The people of Independent School District 207 believe that all students can succeed. Our responsibility is to create the conditions that enable all students to learn the skills, acquire the knowledge, and develop the attitudes necessary for them to reach their full potential as citizens who can meet the challenges of a changing global society.

Brandon District

Brandon School Board

Board Minutes

Board Meeting Dates

Board Committees

Annual Curriculum Report