Resources for Families
This online handbook is designed to provide you with everything you need to get ready for a new school year. Here you’ll find links to resources, forms and information.
Edina Public Schools uses Infinite Campus as its student information system (SIS) and Schoology as a virtual classroom. Both of these programs and more are available through a single sign-on portal.
The District Equity and Inclusion specialist works to promote and sustain an environment of inclusion districtwide. EPS also has three cultural liaisons, who focus on engaging and supporting students and families of Spanish-speaking, Somali and South Asian cultures.
Translation and Interpretation
If you would like assistance with a message you have received; an interpreter for a school meeting, conference or phone call; or want to know more about the District's translation and interpretation services, contact our Student Enrollment Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-848-4585.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
A safe, secure and welcoming learning environment is essential to helping our students be successful learners. EPS has developed comprehensive policies and procedures that define student rights and responsibilities toward ensuring a positive learning environment for all. These expectations are outlined in the Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook, which includes the district's K-12 Discipline Guidelines.
- About Student Rights & Responsibilities
- Student R&R Handbook (English)
- Student R&R Handbook (Somali)
- Student R&R Handbook (Spanish)
- Opt-in for Text Messages
- K-12 Out-of-School Time Programs
- Early Childhood Developmental Screening
- Special Education
- Community Bulletin Board
Comments or Concerns
- Classroom issues should first be directed to the classroom teacher.
- School issues should first be directed to the school principal.
- District issues should be directed to the administrator responsible for the program or service involved.
- Operational or management issues are best directed to the school personnel or District Office personnel closest to the area of concern.
If the first-level of communication does not resolve the issue, the immediate supervisor, principal or superintendent should be the next contact.