In spring 2017, the School Board approved start time changes that go into effect for all schools starting this fall. What will the changes look like for your school?
Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, a program of Mounds View Public Schools, has been named a Hunger Hero by Second Harvest Heartland.
Read the spring edition of School Talk to find out how instrument donations are making award-winning music programs available to all students.
In addition to this year's calendar, families can now view 2018-19 and 2019-20 school year calendars.
District educators are in the running for the Teacher of the Year Award.
Student Data Request
What does it mean?
If you wish to apply for free or reduced price meals for your student(s), a new application must be completed each school year. You can complete the 2017-18 online form here.
Middle school students are taking ownership of maintaining the School Forest at Edgewood Middle School.
Students at Sunnyside Elementary School are benefiting from a new S.T.R.I.P.E.S. program that was first introduced at the District's high schools.
Snail Lake Education Center's kindergarten students are using STEAM Creation Stations to engage in science, technology, engineering, art and math.
Student news teams at Valentine Hills Elementary School are the focus of this Mounds Views feature.
Find out more about how Pinewood Elementary School students are benefiting from a student mentorship program.
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