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Learn about athletics programs for 2017-18

There will be some changes to MPS athletics next year. Learn more about athletics programs for the 2017-18 school year.

MPS spotlights early literacy with new curricula

For the first time in nearly a decade, Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) will have Pre-K–5 standards-based literacy curricula. Tonight, the Minneapolis Board of Education approved adopting Houghton-Mifflin curriculum for pre-kindergarten students and Benchmark Education Company curriculum for kindergarten through fifth grade students. 

Students succeed in push to rename their middle school

What began as a history lesson evolved into a real-time civics experiment for students at Alexander Ramsey Middle School in Minneapolis. After researching the questionable past of their school’s namesake, students organized a campaign to rename their school to inspire and welcome all students. Tonight, the Minneapolis Board of Education backed their efforts with a vote to rename Alexander Ramsey Middle School as Justice Page Middle School.

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.

Didn't catch the 2016 State of the Schools?

Watch it now and see why we're MPS strong!

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. 

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.

Water safety in Minneapolis Public Schools

Want the facts on water safety at MPS? Find the information you need here.

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!

Positive athletic news

As the school year comes to a close, the athletics department would like to update you on some positive news! We are all very excited by the outstanding accomplishments of all athletic participants this year. Please help spread this good news and cheer on these fine young student athletes.  

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.

Congratulations, graduates!

Congratulations to the Class of 2017! We're all so proud of you. Read Superintendent Graff's letter to this year's graduating class.