NEWS RELEASE: Roseville Community Schools Welcomes Brun as New Board Member
Roseville Community Schools is proud to announce Denise Brun as the newest member of the Board of Education. Brun has been appointed to fill the position vacated by Trustee Michael Anderson, who left the school board for an out-of-state job after serving for five years. Brun will serve the remainder of the term that runs through December 2024.
Brun and her husband have been Roseville residents for over 20 years. They have two daughters: a freshman at Roseville High School and a 2022 RHS graduate. Brun has served the district in a variety of capacities over the years. She started at Kment Elementary, serving as a library assistant and helping to run the school’s student health club. She then served on the Kment PTO before moving on to Eastland Middle School, where she filled various officer roles for their PTO. At Roseville High School, she has been very active with the softball program, and currently serves as the secretary for the RHS Band Sponsors. She has also served on the district’s marketing committee and the Roseville Citizens Committee that focused on getting information out to the community about the 2018 RCS bond. Brun said that she has been approached various times over the years by staff and community members who encouraged her to consider serving on the board. “When the opportunity recently presented itself, my husband and daughters told me I needed to finally go for it. I look forward to helping the district ensure they continue to provide a quality, forward-thinking education for our kids, because that is certainly what they deserve.”
In an email to staff, Anderson reflected on his tenure as a board member. “My time on the board has been a wonderful experience. I have learned a lot and had a lot of fun working with my fellow board members, staff, and administrators at Roseville Community Schools. I know the district will continue to be in good hands without me.” Roseville Community Schools Superintendent Mark Blaszkowski praised Anderson’s time on the board. “Michael was a great board member and while we are sad to see him go, we wish him the best of luck in his new career.” Blaszkowski added that the district could not have asked for a better replacement in Brun. “Mrs. Brun has extensive knowledge of our schools having children go through all levels of our district. She has always been very active in extracurricular and leadership positions in our schools, and we are very excited to have her on our team.”