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13 Reasons Resources for Families

On Friday, May 18 Netflix will release the second season of the controversial show “13 Reasons Why.” The content deals with issues of suicide, rape, bullying, drunk driving, and other sensitive topics. We understand that students are curious about these topics and that viewing this show is compelling for many teens and pre-teens.

Helping our Students Through Tragedy

Many students will have questions about the recent tragedy in Texas. 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.

 

Capital Plan Community Advisory Group

Minneapolis Public Schools has convened a diverse group of individuals to advise operations staff on the upcoming MPS capital projects. The work of this group will focus on the development of the FY19 Capital Plan recommendations.

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Don't make us plead... come hear students read!
It’s a fact that kids who read grow up to succeed, because reading is the foundation of all learning. Whether you’re trying to figure out which bus to catch, what note comes next in the song you’re playing, how x is related to y (and why that matters) or getting an update on social media, you have to be able to read.
 
MPS students are hungry for healthy competition

If you can’t stand the heat, you better not get near this kitchen! In the fourth annual Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) Junior Iron Chef competition, eight middle school students and four of Minneapolis’ hottest chefs will team up to compete for the title of Junior Iron Chef.

Minneapolis Public Schools teachers vote to accept contract
A 2017-19 contract agreement between Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) and the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers (MFT) was approved by MFT members on April 6. The MFT announced members voted to approve the contract tentatively agreed upon on March 12 by its negotiating team.
Tentative contract agreement announced by Minneapolis Public Schools and Minneapolis Federation of Teachers

A tentative 2017-19 contract agreement has been reached between Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) and the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers (MFT) negotiations teams. MFT represents the district’s approximately 3,500 teachers. Details of the tentative agreement will be shared publicly if and when the MFT membership ratifies the contract on March 30.