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Citywide student government

CityWide Student Government is known for its dynamic student leaders who represent their schools and the school district.

 

H.Y.P.E. Council

HYPE stands for Helping Youth Promote Empowerment. 

Behavior Standards Policy

We want to create a culture where every student has the opportunity to thrive.

 

MPS Guidebook

Learn more about our schools by viewing the guidebook above, or click here for a printable version.

2017-18 Budget

At Minneapolis Public Schools, we are committed to using our resources in a way that’s best for our students.

Positive School Wide Engagement Data

Comparison data for the first semester of the 2015-2016 school year is now available for student behavior”

Community Partnership Schools

Learn more about how are granting additional autonomy to schools.

 

ABE/T+ Building

MPS is committed to the development and construction of an Adult Basic Education (ABE) and Transitions Plus (T+) building.

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Learn about volunteer opportunities in the Minneapolis Public Schools.

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10 MPS students headed to National History Day finals

After competing at the local and state level, 10 Minneapolis Public Schools students are headed to the National Contest for National History Day. Click to learn more!

Minneapolis Public Schools supports transgender students and staff

Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff today issued the following statement about the District’s support for transgender students and staff.

Statement from Superintendent Ed Graff in support of immigrant students and families in MPS

Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff today issued a statement in support of immigrant students and families in MPS.

Minneapolis Board of Education affirms district as a safe haven

In a unanimous vote, the Minneapolis Board of Education declared Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) a safe place for all students and families, regardless of their immigration status, national origin or language. The resolution passed by the Board strengthens existing MPS policies and practices.