Minnesotans age 12- through 17-years-old can now get vaccinated! We strongly encourage all students ages 12 and up to get the Pfizer vaccine as soon as possible. Learn how to get your student's shot.


Mr. Czepa's fourth grade class at Parkview Center created geometric lawn art as part of their lesson on prime and composite numbers and their factors.


The staff at Emmet D. Williams Elementary—dressed as Captain Underpants—was recently featured in the Star Tribune and took the top prize in the district's recent School Spirit Week contest.


Have you visited our district's COVID-19 Dashboard? Find the latest important data points that we are using to inform our decision making around learning models for our students, collected together in one easy place!


Visit our Nutrition Services page for the latest information about accessing nutritious meals at no cost to families during the global pandemic.

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  • Vaccines are Now Available to Students Ages 12 and Up

    Beginning May 14, Minnesotans age 12- through 17-years-old can get vaccinated at state sites that have the Pfizer vaccine available. We strongly encourage all students ages 12 and up to get the Pfizer vaccine as soon as possible. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective in adolescents. Read on for details on getting a vaccine.

  • Harambee Students Help Create Mural with Noted Artist

    Fifteen fifth and sixth graders at Harambee Elementary worked with Minneapolis artist Peyton Scott Russell, known for painting Prince’s gold star on First Avenue in Minneapolis, and more recently for his black-and-white mural of George Floyd at George Floyd Square.

  • Supporting Our Students After the Verdict

    This afternoon, a jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on three counts in the murder of George Floyd. Read the message sent from Superintendent Sicoli to families following the announcement.

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