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Helping our Students Through Tragedy

Tragedies impact us all in different ways. It's normal to feel anxious and concerned after high-profile public tragedies, especially in this time of fast-paced, unvetted information. Minneapolis Public Schools does everything it can to keep our schools safe and secure. 

Immunizations Needed for School

Find out what immunizations (shots) your student needs to start school and what clinics offer these shots.

Athletics Department Update

You are invited to learn about updates to the MPS Athletics Program for the 2018-2019 school year, including district athletics leadership status, recommendations to make our program more accessible to all students and proposed changes in participation fees and ticket protocols.

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No student after-school activities today, Thursday, Feb. 7

MPS will be canceling after-school activities today, Thursday, Feb. 7. All student after-school activities are canceled this afternoon, including Early Childhood Family Education classes (ECFE) and all athletic activities. The districtwide spelling bee competition scheduled for tonight will be rescheduled, and the Board of Education’s Finance Committee meeting is canceled.

 
No student after-school activities today, Tuesday, Feb. 5

MPS will be canceling after-school activities again today, Tuesday, Feb. 5. All student after-school activities are canceled this afternoon, including Early Childhood Family Education classes (ECFE) and athletic practices.

MPS Closed Jan. 28

Minneapolis Public Schools will be closed on Monday, Jan. 28, due to forecast weather conditions. The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy snowfall rates and accumulation of 6-8 inches, which is likely to significantly impact commutes. The closure is districtwide and affects all schools, buildings, programs, events, and activities, including the Davis Service Center, as well as all athletic, Minneapolis Community Education, Early Childhood and Minneapolis Kids child care programs.

Orbit you won’t want to miss this weekend’s robotics tournament!

This weekend, more than 1,600 students from Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) will work to send humans to new heights using robots…it’ll be out of this world! Students in grades four through eight will participate in the MPS Regional FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics Tournament, while all students in kindergarten through eighth grade will showcase their skills in the MPS Robotics Exhibition