Thursday, April 8, 2021
Welcome back students!

As we come back from spring break, our students, along with Superintendent Josh Swanson & Associate Superintendent Stacie Stanley, reflect briefly on this year and look to the learning that's ahead. Enjoy the video!
Covid-19 Vaccine Connector

The Covid-19 Vaccine Connector Child Care Pilot has been updated with new information about who can register for the Vaccine Connector. Please enroll in the Vaccine Connector to learn which priority groups are currently eligible for vaccine.
  • The EPHS yearbook, Eagle Yearbook, has been recognized for excellence and featured in the Jostens Look Book 2021, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and inclusivity.

  • Iesh Gujral, a EPHS junior, was recently elected as the Model United Nations President for Minnesota. Starting in 2022, Iesh will represent EPHS across the state, with the goal of encouraging more students to get involved with Youth in Government.

  • EPHS students Priyanka Kopuru & Devna Panda were recently recognized as Honorees for the 2021 Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Awards. Kopuru was awarded the Certificate of Distinction and Panda was awarded the State Honorable Mention. Click here for information on all of the honorees.

  • The EP Boys hockey team beat Lakeville South 2-1 in a second overtime for the Class AA boys hockey championship. Go Eagles!
Little Eagles 2021 Summer Preschool Registration - Now Open!

Still on the fence about summer preschool? Check out what Little Eagles has to offer from our own Kate Johnson!
Ready to register? Want more information? Go to and reserve your spot today!
  • EP's Bryce Dagel and Wayzata's Cael Swensen meet at wrestling's crossroads - The Sun Current

  • Follow the Minnesota boys' high school hockey tournament finals here - The Star Tribune
EP's first theater production class performs spring musical at EPHS
Stepping Out, by Richard Harris, is “a play with dancing.”  The story brings us into a weekly class for beginning tap dancers, but we learn much more about the class members than we do about dancing.  This ensemble of unlikely, and mostly unskilled, dancers will have you laughing and maybe even wanting to tap along.  

For this production, a cast of 13 EPHS students has been supported by about 20 tech crew students and members of our first ever theatre production class. Come and see what the students have designed, built, painted and rehearsed! We are excited to see you there!

Reserve either in-person or virtual tickets:
EP Summer EPIC 2021 - Camps now open to register!

Registration for Summer EPIC is now open! EPIC is a fun, safe, and engaging environment for students ages 4 and up to experience enrichment in art, STEM, fitness, writing, music, dance, coding and more. 

Qualified students through Targeted Services can choose from having either virtual classes or in-person classes at Oak Point/Eagle Heights with bus transportation provided.
EP Elementary Cross Country Race - Tuesday, May 4, 2021

The EPHS cross country team will be sponsoring a one-mile cross country race for all 4-6th grade EP students at Round Lake Park. The race is free and each student who participates will receive a t-shirt. Registration will be done on the team website ( Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required.
Still searching for full-day summer opportunities?

Families who are looking for a full-day option can register for our Eagle Zone School Age Care program. Eagle Zone is open from 6:30am - 6:00pm and is offered at Oak Point/Eagle Heights and Prairie View. Students in Kindergarten through 6th grade are welcome to register as age-appropriate activities will be planned throughout the day. In addition, field trips will be returning this summer! For more information, families can visit the Eagle Zone website
Featured Opportunities:

Paraprofessionals: Do you take pride in watching students grow and discover new things? If so, apply to be a paraprofessional with Eden Prairie Schools. We are hiring multiple paraprofessionals. Check out our website for more details.

Substitute teachers: Have your bachelor’s degree? Looking for something new to try with a flexible schedule? Become a substitute teacher! Individuals with bachelor’s degrees can apply to be a substitute teacher. More information about how to obtain substitute teaching licenses can be found here. Or, reach out to Brenda Nielsen in our Human Resources Department.
May 28: Last day of school