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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

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2016-17 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”

Teacher Negotiations

Negotiations between MPS and MFT are now taking place.

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.

Teacher Negotiations

Negotiations between MPS and MFT are now taking place.


Learn about volunteer opportunities in the Minneapolis Public Schools.

Facilities Use

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Superintendent Graff releases 100-Day Findings report

After 100 days on the job as Superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools, Ed Graff has outlined his findings and vision for the future. 

Visit our schools from Oct. 15–Nov. 7

It takes more than principals, teachers and families to educate students. Neighbors, friends and community members influence and inspire youth just the same. We want everyone to see what an entire city of support can make possible, so we’re welcoming the public to take a guided tour of our elementary schools during Visit Our Schools Month from Oct. 15–Nov. 7.

Happy 100th birthday, Hiawatha!

Hiawatha Community School is celebrating its 100th birthday — help celebrate the centennial! Travel back in time with students singing songs from the decades, enjoy fun carnival games and eat delicious local fare.

A letter from Operational & Security Services

Various school districts across the country have received reports of individuals with a clown persona threatening violence on social media against the public, including at schools. Some individuals have even been seen in costume attempting to heighten the fear. This topic has made national news, and it has been determined that it is likely a hoax and copycat hoaxes.