CURRENT HEADLINES

  • Student Voice: May Term for All offers students opportunity to engage in learning differently

    May Term for All, a program introduced last spring, is back by popular demand. Different from May Term, the off­campus experience for seniors, May Term for All was a pilot program last year for sophomores and juniors. The program tailors to students with a variety of learning styles and offers individualized learning through unique courses.

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  • District seeks community members to serve on advisory councils

    Would you like to make a difference in the lives of students at Edina Public Schools (EPS)? The district is looking for community members who would like to get involved and help EPS achieve its All for All mission – ensuring all learners have the skill and knowledge necessary to thrive in a rapidly changing, culturally diverse, global society.

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  • New technologies will integrate student information with learning system

    The district’s Department of Media and Technology Services is preparing for a busy summer as work concludes on the implementation of two new systems. Infinite Campus will replace SchoolView as the district’s student information system and Schoology will replace Moodle as the learning management system. Both systems will roll out to families and staff before the start of the 2016-17 school year, with training and information coming in July and August.

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Next Generation of EPS

Next Gen News

In this edition of Next Gen Newswe explore how service-learning allows learners to engage with their communities and learn core skills they will need to be successful in academics, career and life. 
 
 

Construction Update

Learn how Edina Public Schools partners together with Wold Architects and Kraus-Anderson Construction to ensure that we are focused on scope, scheduling and spending to ensure referendum project success.  Construction Update

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