Hello From MCPS Trustee Rob Woelich!

Rob Woelich is the elected trustee for High School District C of the Missoula County School Board since May 2022.

This area includes the Hellgate Elementary attendance area, and the majority of the residential area north of the Clark Fork River and west of North Reserve Street out to the Wye. It also includes the Grant Creek area. See the district map below.

This website formerly served as Rob's campaign website for 2022, as well as a way to contact Rob. The 2024 election featured no competing candidates for District C. Rob will serve as Trustee for High School District C through May 2027.

Last Updated April 30, 2024

The Latest Happenings

Recent MCPS Board News

Last Updated June 16, 2022

  • April 24, 2024, The Missoulian: Pride flags can remain in MCPS classrooms, school board says
  • April 24, 2024, Montana Free Press: What’s fueling this year’s rash of budget shortfalls in many Montana schools?
  • April 16, 2024, NonStop Local: Missoula County Public Schools proposes general fund and safety levies
  • The Next Election Is On

    May 6, 2025

    Regular school elections are held the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May of each year. That means there is









    until the next Missoula County School Board election closes at 8:00pm on May 6, 2025.

    Note: Rob is not up for re-election until May 2027.

    Photo: Clouds over the Bitterroot Valley, Rob Woelich, July 2008

    High School District C Map

    See Where You're Located

    The map below shows approximate boundaries of High School District C in Missoula County, which is essentially the same as the Hellgate Elementary K-8 district. This is the area which Rob has been elected to represent.

    Use the buttons to switch between a Normal map view and Satellite view, or click the High Res button to open a high resolution version of the current map in a new window. Note that these maps are not official district maps - they were constructed by hand using publicly available data on district boundaries plotted onto Google Maps, then by taking screenshots of the maps and stitching them together. Please view the district map provided by Missoula County, or contact Missoula County Public Schools at +1 (406) 728-2400 if you want to know for certain which district your address falls under.

    Not in this area? See the MCPS Contact page for trustees in other districts.

    Map data © 2022 Google Imagery. Satellite map data © 2022, Landsat / Copernicus, Maxar Technologies, USDA Farm Service Agency.
    Used with permission under Google's Product/Geo Guidelines .

    What's On Your Mind?

    Contact Rob

    I'm always happy to hear from Missoula County residents - families, parents, students, teachers, staff, and individuals alike. Below are some ways you can contact me. Please don't hesitate to reach out! You can also find contact info for all MCPS trustees here .

    The Role of a School Board Trustee

    While I'm happy to hear from you, also please understand that a school board trustee fills a specific role. Individually, trustees have no authority or actual decision-making power. The board only has authority when it is convened in a formal meeting, and when a majority of trustees in a quorum vote in agreement on specific issues contained within the meeting agenda. As such, an individual trustee is limited in their ability to become directly involved in various situations. Many issues, situations, or disagreements which occur within the school system have a chain of command which must be worked through in order to attempt to resolve them.

    While your comments are valuable in helping trustees to make decisions which represent the community, we are unable to directly intervene in district affairs individually. You may be referred to school administration, other faculty/staff members, or a complaint resolution procedure if you have a specific complaint which may be better resolved at another level.

    Notice: Emails sent to [email protected] and through this form become part of the public record. They may be discoverable in legal proceedings. This is not the same as the public comment packet, which is published online and publicly available; however, you may also elect to submit your message to the public comment packet by letting me know, or by sending it to [email protected] as well.

    Write to Rob:

    Rob Woelich
    Board of Trustees
    Administration Building
    909 South Ave West
    Missoula, MT 59801

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    +1 (406) 728-2400 (MCPS)

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