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Who is eligible to participate?

Membership is available to all school districts, cities, counties and other governmental agencies, and nonprofit organizations in our service region.

What is provided?

As a member of Resource you receive discounted rates on trainings, services, and products. The services include:

  • Cooperative Purchasing
  • Health & Safety Solutions
  • Insurance & Wellness Programing
  • Pre K-12 Education workshops, student programs, recognition events, and networking opportunities
  • Custom Training
  • Shared Services
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Current Members

Public & Private School District Members

Albany School District
Annandale School District
Becker School District
Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa School District
Benton Stearns Education District
Big Lake School District
Braham School District
Browerville School District
Buffalo/Hanover/Montrose School District
Chisago Lakes School District
Crosslake Community School
Dassel-Cokato School District

DaVinci Academy
Delano School District
East Central Regional Library
East Central School District
Eden Valley-Watkins School District
Foley School District
Hinckley-Finlayson School District
Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School District
Isle School District
Kaleidoscope Charter School
Kimball School District
Maple Lake School District
Meeker and Wright Special Education Cooperative
Melrose School District
Milaca School District
Monticello School District
Mora School District
North Branch School District
Ogilvie School District
Onamia School District
Pequot Lakes School District
Pillager School District
Pine City School District
Princeton School District
Rockford Area Schools
ROCORI School District
Royalton Public Schools
Rum River Special Education Cooperative
Rush City School District
Saint John's Preparatory School
Sartell-St Stephen District
Sauk Centre School District
Sauk Rapids-Rice School District
Sherburne/Northern Wright County Special Ed Coop
St Cloud Area School District
St Cloud Diocese
St Croix River Education District
St Michael-Albertville District
St Paul and Minneapolis Diocese-St Francis
Staples-Motley
STRIDE Academy
Upsala Public School District
Watertown-Mayer District
West Central Education District
Wright Technical Center

Cities, Counties, and Other Governmental Agency Members

The Resource Training & Solutions Bridge Award

The Resource Training & Solutions' Bridge Award was created to celebrate and highlight member organizations who advance innovative solutions, demonstrate meaningful progress in their community, or who give and advocate for positive change.

Bridge Award criteria:

  1. Member of Resource Training & Solutions
  2. Collaboration with others in an effort to build a “bridge” between their organization and other organizations or groups in their sphere of influence.
  3. New or improved processes, access, or solutions beyond the job description of their organization that meet needs in their area.

Past Bridge Awards:

East Central Schools & Pine County, 2019

Mora Schools & Kanabec Country, 2018

Big Lake Schools, 2018

The City of Waite Park, 2018

Bridge Award Recipients

East Central Schools and Pine County

Resource Training & Solutions, presents the Bridge Award to East Central Schools on November 19, 2018, and to Pine County and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe on December 5, 2018, for their collaborative work on the development of the Project RISE program.

Project RISE is a group of initiatives and restorative justice approach that strives to keep students in school and reduce truancy and other issues contributing to the problems associated with students not attending school regularly. Read more about Project RISE.

Bridge Award Recipients

Mora Schools and Kanabec County

Resource Training & Solutions honored Kanabec County and Mora Schools with the Bridge Award for their work in developing the “Gardening is Science” project.

Third and fifth graders at Mora Elementary School work with master gardeners to learn the science behind how food grows, how collaboration brings good things to the community, and much more. Read about this innovative program.