• District on track to meet state achievement gap goal by 2017

    Edina Public Schools is on track to meet the 2017 goal of reducing its achievement gap by 50 percent, according to Minnesota Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius. In a message to Superintendent Ric Dressen, she commended the district for its progress toward proficiency goals in math and reading that were established under the state’s No Child Left Behind Flexibility Waiver.

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  • Edina Triple ‘A,’ ExCEL Award recipients announced

    Four Edina High School students have been selected to receive recognition for their well-rounded achievements during their high school career. Receiving Triple “A” Awards are seniors Matt Jirsa and Julie Johnson. Junior ExCEL Award recipients are Dan James and Rose Bruns.

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  • Edina students learn about programming as part of national ‘Hour of Code’

    Math class became coding class for the district’s middle school students Dec. 11-12 when they participated in the nationwide endeavor called An Hour of Code, held in conjunction with Computer Science Education Week. Edina High School (EHS) Advanced Placement (AP) computer science students brought their knowledge and enthusiasm for coding to South View and Valley View middle schools, presenting a learning opportunity that will hopefully intrigue some to pursue a career in computer programming.

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Next Generation
Community Forum


Looking at ways to align and create flexible learning spaces that will serve EPS learners into the future, community members, board members and staff gathered on Dec. 8 to discuss the district's facilities planning efforts, which are aligned with the goals and vision outlined in the district's Next Generation of Edina Public School's Strategic Plan.


Click the play button above or follow this link to watch a recording of the community forum.