Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019
Eagle Excellence
  • EPHS senior Ben Sather has been selected to play in the 2019 Minnesota Football Showcase (High School All-Star Football Game) on Saturday, Dec. 7 at US Bank Stadium.

  • Nineteen Eden Prairie High School Girls Swim and Dive Team swims/dives qualify for the State Meet Thursday, Nov. 14 to Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center on the University of Minnesota campus.

  • The Eden Prairie High School Marching Band performed in the Santa’s Arrival parade at the Mall of America on Nov. 7.

Thank you to each family who attended the Eden Prairie High School and Central Middle SchoolPreview Nights. If you could not make to one of the preview events, you can request to tour the school tour at
EPHS performance of Guys & Dolls was showcased in the Eden Prairie News. Catch the show Nov. 14 - 16. You can purchase your tickets online.
Thank you to our parent and staff veterans for your service. Eden Prairie High School, Central Middle School and our elementary schools took part in various lessons throughout the week about Veteran's Day.

Sixth Graders at Prairie View Elementary also created Cool Ties for deployed troops, Skyped with a veteran and wrote letters to soldiers for a service project leading up to Veteran's Day. Students and staff at Prairie View are working with Operation Gratitude to deliver their creations to our service members. View the photos on our Facebook page.

These are just a few examples of how our students recognized Veteran’s Day throughout the school district.
Eden Prairie Schools has adopted a grade 7 through 12 e-Learning Plan. The 2017 Legislature amended the  Length of School Year; Hours of Instruction (Minn. Stat. § 120A.41)  to include the option of a school district using e-Learning days due to inclement weather. Eden Prairie Schools e-Learning plan allows schools to minimize the impact of loss of learning for our secondary students when inclement weather leads to school closures. According to Statue, schools can use up to five e-learning days in one school year. The  full plan  includes frequently asked questions.

There are no e-Learning days for K-6 grade students because the independence required for e-learning at this age can be challenging. Also, the required instructional time in Eden Prairie Elementary Schools exceeds the minimum number of hours required by the Department of Education.
Featured Opening

AmeriCorps has a national service opportunity to make a direct impact in our community. Our AmeriCorps members support Minnesota Alliance With Youth’s mission of working in partnership with youth to ensure that ALL young people have equitable educational opportunities that foster their individual assets, honor their voices, and prepare them to reach their goals.

AmeriCorps Promise Fellows  support mentor,  and  build  positive relationships with young people in 6-12th grade on their path to high school graduation. Fellows provide one-on-one and small group support to a focus list of students in a school or non-profit organization.  This is a perfect opportunity for individuals interested in exploring a career in counseling, teaching, or youth work.

Learn more about this exciting opportunity at Eden Prairie High School.  
Nov. 14: Forest Hills  Kindergarten Kick-off Event
Nov. 14: Oak Point  Kindergarten Kick-off Event
Nov. 14-16:  EPHS Drama Presents  Guys & Dolls
Nov. 19: Prairie View  Kindergarten Kick-off Event
Nov. 19: Eden Lake  Kindergarten Kick-off Event
Nov. 21: Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion  Kindergarten Kick-off Event
Nov. 27: No School
Nov. 28 - 29: No School, Thanksgiving Break