Minneapolis Public Schools are moving to back to distance learning for the second half of next week in anticipation of a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
A Minneapolis high school principal called on her community to offer in-person activities for students during a two-week break at the beginning of April that will coincide with a high-profile murder trial in the city.
Minneapolis Public Schools will be celebrating "Tyler Johnson Day" on Friday in honor of the North High School alum who recently won a Super Bowl.
Minneapolis Public Schools announced middle and high school students will return to the classroom, starting April 12.
With coronavirus cases continuing to fall, and vaccine efforts gaining speed, Governor Tim Walz says it's time to get more middle and high school students back into classrooms, leaving some districts scrambling to adjust.
The Minneapolis Public School District says 5,573 students will be returning to in-person learning this week. They plan to bring back Pre-k and Kindergarten students on Monday and First and Second graders on Wednesday.
Minneapolis Public Schools hosted a virtual Q&A for parents on Saturday morning, as pre-kindergarten through second grade students are set to return to in-person classes next week. Third grade through fifth grade will also return on Feb. 22.
As more and more students head back to class, some Minnesota teachers are anxious about being back in the building.
A judge has ruled that Minneapolis Public Schools can't require teachers to return to class if they have requested accommodations to work from home.
As many of Minnesota's youngest students returned to in-person learning Tuesday, the Minneapolis School Board took a vote on whether to bring students back next month.
Both St. Paul and Minneapolis school districts are making plans for elementary students to return to the classroom, but there is some concern they are moving too fast.
As Minneapolis Public Schools finalize plans to resume in-person learning on starting Feb. 8, a local teacher’s union is asking city school leaders to hold off.
As community spread of COVID-19 increases, Minneapolis Public Schools will be continuing distance learning, but will also be dialing back from some of the in-person support services it had recently started at some schools, district officials announced Monday.
Minneapolis and St. Paul teachers are frustrated and Wednesday they marched across the Lake Street bridge from one city to the other in solidarity.
School districts worked through technical glitches Tuesday on the first day of school statewide.
An organization advocating for parents and students in Minneapolis fears there’s not a solid plan in place next week’s distance learning start and that families of color are suffering the most. The group says they are calling for a boycott of Minneapolis Public Schools.
Many private schools are returning to in-person learning in the coming weeks, but some are doing it without state-funded essential services because they are located in public school districts that have opted to remain all online.
Minneapolis community members are gathering Wednesday to help collect school supplies for students.
As fall draws near, residents and school administrators in both rural and urban Minnesota are grappling with concerns over the pandemic.
Minneapolis Public Schools and St. Paul Public Schools both intend to start the school year with a distance learning model, according to announcements from each district's superintendent.