School Board

Westmoreland County Public Schools School Board

Rebecca Minor

 

District 1

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Rosemary Mahan

Vice Chair

District 2

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Amy Richards

 

District 3 

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Dr. Daniel Wallace

 

District 4

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Ralph Fallin

Chairman

Member at Large

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2024 School Board Group Photo

Chair Fallin and Vice Chair Mahan

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To request records from Westmoreland County Public Schools, direct your request to Westmoreland County Public Schools' designated Freedom of Information Act Officer (FOIA Officer) who is responsible for serving as a point of contact for members of the public who wish to request public records. The Westmoreland County Public Schools FOIA Officer is:

Connie Allen
Clerk of the Board
Westmoreland County School Board Officer
141 Opal Lane
Montross, VA 22520
(804) 493-8018


The School Board designates a Compliance Officer responsible for identifying, preventing and remedying discrimination as well as receiving complaints. The name and contact information for the Compliance Officer is posted on the Division’s website at all times. The Compliance Officer may be contacted at [email protected]

Compliance Officer - Cathy Rice
Alternate Compliance Officer - Carole Washington

When are Meetings Held?

Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of every month unless they are re-scheduled for holidays.

Public Participation Policy (BDDH): Any citizen may address the Board at any regular meeting.

I. Persons wishing to appear before the School Board are requested to contact the superintendent, the School Board Chairman, or their designee for placement on the agenda.

II. The Chairman is responsible for the orderly conduct of the meeting and shall rule on such matters as the appropriateness of the subject being presented an length of time for such presentation.

III. No one will be allowed to make additional presentations until everyone has an opportunity to make an initial presentation.

IV. A reasonable period of time, as determined by the School Board, will be allocated at each regular meeting for citizens to present matters of concern.