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Explore the Budget

Before attending a community budget dialogue, learn more about Minneapolis Public Schools' budget and our initial budget recommendations. 

Helping our Students Through Tragedy

Many students will have questions about the recent tragedy in Parkland, Florida. 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. 

Last Day of School Changed

The Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) Board of Education voted on January 9 to make the last day of school for students Friday, June 8, 2018. This change only impacts student attendance.

2017-18 and 2018-2019 Budget

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

Community Partnership Schools

Learn more about how we are granting additional autonomy to schools.

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Statement from Minneapolis Public Schools on Student Walkouts

Last week’s school shooting in Florida made an impact on people throughout our country. While we have policies in place to keep our students as safe as possible, many people are wondering what else can be done. Across the nation, students have been especially active in speaking out on this issue, and they have organized a number of activities in response to the shooting. (Read more...)

Minneapolis Board of Education elects new leadership

The Minneapolis Board of Education has chosen its officers for 2018.

Minneapolis Board of Education announces Benjamin Jaeger as new Student Representative

The Minneapolis Board of Education has announced Roosevelt High School junior Benjamin “Ben” Jaeger will serve as the next Student Representative. 

Minneapolis Public Schools’ last day for students to be June 8

The Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) Board of Education voted tonight to make the last day of school for students Friday, June 8, 2018.