Fmr. MPS Athletic Director Opens Up About Resignation: 'It Was Time To Move On'For the first time, we're hearing why the former Minneapolis schools athletic director says he abruptly resigned.
Minneapolis Teachers Rally At School Board MeetingTeachers are still trying to reach an agreement on a contract with Minneapolis Public Schools.
MPS AD Resigns; Southwest High AD On LeaveMinneapolis Public Schools are saying very little about the loss of several prominent leaders in high school athletics.
Tucker Resigns As Mpls. Public Schools AD; Southwest High AD On LeaveOfficials with Minneapolis Public Schools said Friday that Trent Tucker has resigned as athletic director.
'Coats, Hats And Gloves': Required Viewing For All Bold North VisitorsSome Minneapolis students have a message for all those out of towners visiting the frozen "Land of 10,000 Lakes."
2 Days Trimmed Off Minneapolis Public School's Academic CalendarStudents in Minneapolis Public Schools are getting a shortened school year.
App Connects Hungry Minn. Kids To Free Lunch ProgramsFree and nutritious meals for kids can be as easy as a click away on your smartphone.
Former Gopher, NBA Player Inspires Student Athletes To Aim Higher As MPS ADThe graduation rate for student athletes in Minneapolis Public Schools is on the rise.
Help Minneapolis Kids With Overdue Lunch AccountsRoughly 4,000 students in the Minneapolis Public Schools are unable to pay their school lunch accounts, to the tune of $160,000. Many families truly struggle to keep up.
Mpls. Board Of Education Declares MPS 'Safe Haven'Minneapolis Public Schools is now declared a safe haven. In a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Minneapolis Board of Education declared the district as a safe haven.
DeRusha Eats: Nonprofit Grant Hooks Up MPS KitchenYou might expect a machine pumping cup after cup of orange curry vinaigrette to be in a salad dressing factory. You probably wouldn't expect it inside the headquarters of a school district's food program.
MPS Superintendent Ed Graff Welcomes Students Back To SchoolIt has been a busy day for students in Minneapolis, as they headed back to school Monday. Students at Lucy Laney received a rock star welcome back from staff and from the district's new superintendent, Ed Graff.