Minneapolis Public Schools
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.
A local group is saying that big banks, like Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank, aren’t doing enough to help families in foreclosure.
A mother who confronted two boys who bullied her 10-year-old son has been banned from her son’s Minneapolis school and even her son’s bus stop for the rest of the year.
The government shutdown has led Minneapolis Public Schools to cancel retests required for graduation assessment.
The Minneapolis Fire Department is taking part in a musical instrument drive to collect new and slightly used instruments for low-income students in Minneapolis Public Schools.
Minneapolis Public Schools are making up for lost time — due to a few snow days in December.
The Minneapolis teachers’ union and the Minneapolis Public Schools have reached a tentative contract agreement, the two groups said Monday evening.
Minneapolis Public Schools celebrate Native American Family Involvement Day Thursday. Schools across the district are holding special events for students and families and it’s open to all parents and guardians.