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Behavior Standards Policy

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

 

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2016-17 Budget

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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

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Legislative funding

Summary of the 2015 legislative session.

 

Teacher Negotiations

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Mr. Weber goes to Washington

Bertrand Weber, Director of Culinary and Wellness Services at Minneapolis Public Schools, is back in Washington, D.C. This time, it’s as part of the Chefs Move to Schools Task Force created as part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative.

Blasting off at Bancroft!
Bancroft Elementary students already reach for the stars, and on Saturday, Oct. 1, they’ll meet two people who have walked among them: NASA astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly.
Congrats, Director Gagnon!

Board Director Rebecca Gagnon has been re-appointed to the National Assessment Governing Board by U.S. Secretary of Education John King.

MPS students stay close, go far at Empower Me Tour

Nearly 700 MPS students will attend the UNCF Empower Me Tour on Tuesday to learn about college and career opportunities. Representatives from HBCUs and local colleges and universities will be available and offering on-site college admissions, awarding scholarships and preparing students and families for post-secondary options.