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We have four solar panel installations. Two at our Transportation Center, one at Cornelia Elementary and one small “educational array” at Edina High School.

View the Edina Transportation 1 solar meter

View the Edina Transportation 2 solar meter

View the Cornelia Elementary solar meter

View the Edina High School Project Earth

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Eric Hamilton
Director of Buildings & Grounds

Kory Smith
Buildings and Grounds Manager

Laurie Wilcox
Department Specialist

Scott Hippie
District-Wide Maintenance

Brett Cope
District-Wide Maintenance

Brent Kaley
District-Wide Grounds Supervisor


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Go Green EPS

Go Green Committee

Edina Public Schools is committed to the conservation of resources and sustainable, Earth-friendly practices throughout the district. Through a number of district policies (see below), the district manages materials and energy resources, as well as all types of waste, with an eye toward stewardship of district financial resources and the welfare of the planet. This philosophy aligns with the district educational competency of being responsible, engaged citizens. By modeling responsible practices, we hope to teach our students the importance of environmental awareness and practices that they will take with them and apply throughout their lives.

The Go Green Advisory Committee promotes sustainable environmental and energy conservation initiatives by providing information and support for schools and programs within the district. The committee consists of parent and staff representatives from schools throughout the district, as well as district personnel from Nutrition Services, Buildings and Grounds, and the City of Edina. The Go Green Committee meets three times each school year. The Committee invites anyone interested to attend the meetings and participate in discussions and idea sharing. Please email Laurie Wilcox if you wish to receive GO GREEN emails and news.

The following EPS schools have earned Energy Star Certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in recognition of the building’s performance in the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency:


District Policy 533 - Student Wellness

District Policy 715 - Food & Nutrition

District Policy 804 - Energy

District Policy 805 - Waste Reduction & Recycling

District Policy 811 - Environmental Resource Management 

PTO Go Green Environmental Coordinator Position - Description