Minneapolis Public Schools
Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) are canceling summer school programs for five buildings Monday due to power outages.
A few months ago, it seemed to be a great success story, but now a charter school in north Minneapolis is closing amid bitter feelings and allegations.
Washburn High School’s principal of six years has been removed from her post and reassigned within the Minneapolis school district.
Students involved in a violent food fight at Minneapolis South High School could face criminal charges.
On Jan. 11, four students at Washburn HS in South Minneapolis hung a dark-skinned doll from a rope in a school stairwell, took pictures of it and posted the images to social networking websites.
Minneapolis Public Schools will host a community meeting next month at Washburn High School following a racial incident.
The deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary has many parents thinking about the security measures at their child’s school.
Many kids would’ve liked to spend Monday at the Minnesota State Fair, but some gave up their pronto pups and favorite foods on a stick for backpacks and text books.
This year, students will see some big changes come lunch time. “This is the first in a long time that there’s some real changes in the USDA regulation and it’s across the nation,” said Bertrand Weber, director of culinary and nutrition services for Minneapolis Public Schools.
Minneapolis Schools are joining the growing list of districts that are reinventing lunch time.
Two sixth grade students, Talia Bradley and Antonia Ritter feel too rushed to eat their school lunch at Minneapolis’ Seward Montessori.
Thousands of kids across the Twin Cities got new books thanks to Target.
Minneapolis Public School leaders are looking for help from taxpayers.
There have been many stories over the years about schools closing in Minneapolis because of declining enrollment. But today we can report that Minneapolis will re-open three schools because of growing enrollment.
The Minneapolis School Board will begin considering a $40 million plan Tuesday night to move 4,000 students to different schools in the next few years.