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Connect with the Board

There are several ways to connect with the Board of Education of the Rochester Community School District.

Please note that all correspondence with the Board of Education is a matter of public record and therefore requires the submitter’s full name and mailing address. Communications that do not include this information will not be included as part of public record. A telephone number and email address are not required, but are helpful if a Board member needs to reach out or provide follow-up information.

Correspondence received by noon, three business days prior to each Board of Education meeting, will be included in the Board packet. For example, the deadline for a Monday Board meeting would be the prior Wednesday at noon.

A submitter’s phone number, email and street address will be removed from the correspondence before it is published in the Board packet or the Board correspondence folder. Attachments will not be included in the Board packet.

For general communications

Individuals may contact the board by email or through the U.S. postal system.


To contact the Board through email, please complete all fields in the designated form below. In an effort to keep communications open between the Board of Education and district administration, when All Board Members is selected, the superintendent; executive director of strategic communications; executive administrator and executive assistant to the superintendent and deputy superintendent will be copied on emails. Board members will respond to these emails.

United States Postal Service

Correspondence may be sent to the Board of Education by mail using the following address. The communication must include the submitter’s name and mailing address.

Board of Education
Rochester Community Schools
52585 Dequindre Road, Rochester, MI 48307

For serious complaints

If an individual has a serious complaint against a Board member or superintendent; believes that the actions violate board policy or laws; and the actions warrant investigation and potential disciplinary action, the individual may complete all fields in the designated form below.

Please keep in mind that the threshold for the Board to start an investigation is high. Once the Board president receives the complaint, the president will follow the Complaint Process. Individuals will receive notification of receipt within 72 hours. A response as to whether an investigation will be started is generally provided within two weeks.