Edina Public Schools

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  • Edina Dialogue program presents Vietnam insights with local panel

    Six people who live or work in Edina will share their personal stories and insights into the Vietnam War Thursday, Nov. 9, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Edinborough Park Amphitheater. “Edina Remembers the Vietnam War” will be an evening of conversation, stories and moderated panel discussion with individuals who served in the military, grew up in Vietnam, protested the war or taught U.S. history.

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  • Chef Velarde brings home bronze from farmers market competition

    Chef Robert Velarde, the culinary expert at Concord Elementary School, created an award-winning meal at the 3rd Annual St. Paul Farmers Market Competition last month. Velarde was awarded a Bronze Medal from a field of about 25 competitors at the event, which was sponsored by the American Culinary Federation, and is a Worldchefs-sanctioned competition.

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  • Orchestra program recognized with Meritorious Award by MNSOTA

    Oct. 12, 2017 - The Minnesota String and Orchestra Teachers Association (MNSOTA) has recognized Edina Public Schools’ (EPS) orchestra program with the 2017 Meritorious Orchestra Program Award. The award honors a school or program that has “made significant contributions to string education in the state.”

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2017 Operating Levy

  • 2017 Levy Referendum | Vote Nov. 7, 2017

    2017 Operating Levy: Continuing to Define Excellence

    At its Aug. 14, 2017 meeting, the Edina School Board voted unanimously to authorize a special election on Tuesday, Nov. 7 for the community to vote on a ballot question for an operating levy. 

    The operating levy question seeks to renew the expiring operating levy and increase the district’s local revenue authority to provide needed operating funds for day-to-day expenses such as teachers, curriculum, transportation and utilities.

    Why a Proposed Levy Renewal and Increase

    Sustain Quality of Educational Programs

    • Attract and retain quality teachers and staff
    • Ensure students have skills needed to be prepared for college, career and life
    • Provide a personalized learning experience for each and every student
    • Remain competitive nationally and internationally

    Maintain Community's Investment

    • Current operating levy of $13.3 million expires June 30, 2018
    • Provides 12% of day-to-day operating budget

    Learn more about the proposed operating levy referendum

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