MPS: CORRECTION: Parent Advisory Council Meetings/Budget Meeting Reminder/Request Cards Due March 5th


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Feb 11 – 6:30-8 pm at Webster Elementary – K-8 West & East Magnets, & Middle schools

Area A Meetings are becoming
Board of Education Districts (BOE) 1 & 2
Parent Advisory Council Meetings

Launch Meetings (PDF)
BOE District 1 – Thursday, Feb 18 | Northeast Middle School
District 2 – Wednesday, Feb 24 | Franklin Middle School
BOE District 2 Family & Community Meeting Location 
Has Been Corrected Below
The Office of Student, Family and Community Engagement has been working to restructure the Area meetings.  Our work must align with our Strategic Plan:  Acceleration 2020, so that everything we do supports academic and social emotional success for all students.  To be sure we are including all families the boundaries for the meetings have changed and now follow the Board of Education Districts (BOE districts). The first meetings are set to launch this month.
What:   BOE District 1 Family & Community Meeting
When:  February 18, 2016
Where: Northeast Middle School (2955 Hayes St. NE.)
Time:    6:00 – 7:30 pm – Media Center
What:   BOE District 2 Family & Community Meeting
When:  February 24, 2016
Where: Franklin Middle School  (1501 Aldrich Ave N.)
Time:    6:30 – 8:00 pm – Media Center
Format:  Roundtable discussion about changes, objectives, the new structure and putting together a steering committee  to guide the work.
Map of BOE District 1 link , District 2 link
Who:  Everyone is welcome no matter where you live or where your children attend school. Community members are always welcome.
Childcare will be available for ages 3 & Up, Spanish, Hmong and Somali interpreters will be available.  Light refreshments will be served.
Questions or comments:  Jocelyn Beard –

For priority placement for the 2016-17 school year 
submit your request by March 5, 2016!
Pre-K-8 School Request Center 2016-2017 link
High School Request Center 2016-2017 link
MPS Guidebook link
School Request Cards are Due by March 5, 2016
Here is information to help you navigate the enrollment process and options in Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) from pre-kindergarten to high school.
Who needs to request a school | link
School Request Cards | online request form | downloadable form link
Early Childhood Education & School Readiness | link
Special Education Services provided at all schools | link
Expanded School Options Program | link 
Frequently Asked Questions | link
Contact us with questions:

English: 612.668.1840 | Hmoob: 612.668.1836

Español: 612.668.3700 | Soomaali: 612.668.3700
Oromo: 612.668.3700

Multilingual Enrollment Information Line: 612.668.1842
Press 1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Hmong, 4 for Somali

Students can catch up on some work with short school days, small class sizes, new friends, free meals and field trips. Click for more information on how to sign up and participating schools.
No school Friday, Feb. 12 and Monday, Feb. 15

Due to parent/teacher conferences and in observation of Presidents Day, there will be no school no school Friday, Feb. 12 and Monday, Feb. 15.

What’s Up 612! is an online resource of things to do in Minneapolis. The program finder is a citywide resource where youth, parents, educators, youth workers and persons who know young people can find afterschool and summer activities for children and young adults ages 5-21..

This resource was created as a way to provide information about MPS initiatives,

programs and meetings that may interest you. On occasion community specific events and opportunities will be highlighted here, as well. Information will be shared here on the many ways to be involved at your child’s school, such as Site Council and Volunteering, in addition to district level parent meetings.  We do our best to stay current and provide relevant information, however, if there are topics you would like to see covered, please feel free to let me know. Jocelyn Beard, Community Liaison –