Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020
Eagle Excellence

  • Connor Holm was selected as the winner of the 2020 Congressional App Challenge in Minnesota's Third Congressional District for his app "Your COVID-19 Information Provider."

  • EPHS Activities Director Mike Grant was named Region 6AA Athletic Administrator of the Year.
Start/End Times Update Coming
Next week, Eden Prairie Schools will share with staff and parents/guardians planned school start times for the 2021-22 school year, and a process for public comment on the new times. The plans come after months of study, including a task force of parents/guardians, staff and community members. The task force recommended that Eden Prairie High School’s start time align with the research showing better health and school outcomes for teenagers who start later in the morning. Read more on our website.
More Schools will be Sending Texts
Expect to receive more text messages from Eden Prairie Schools. Schools are adding text messages as part of their communication. They will be infrequent and will support messages that are urgent, such as upcoming conferences, picture day reminders or registration deadlines. They will be for school-wide matters and sent by school administrators.

Be aware that if you block or stop text messages from Eden Prairie Schools, you will not receive any further text messages, even in an emergency.

If you need to update your mobile phone information, follow the instructions on this page.
School Meal Distribution During Distance Learning (Includes EP Online)
Families can request meals during distance learning by filling out the request form on the Child Nutrition webpage. Families choose to pick up from either Mid-Day or Late Afternoon pick up (not both). For more information on the pick up dates and times, along with meal kit contents and preparation instructions, please visit the Child Nutrition webpage.
Continue to Report COVID Cases to your School
During distance learning, Eden Prairie Schools needs your help to maintain safety in our buildings. As we look toward the potential return to hybrid learning, schools have to be prepared. We want to avoid the possibility that we would return to hybrid, only to have to revert to distance learning due to illnesses. To help your teachers and school, please continue to report COVID cases or COVID-like illness.

Send a message to your site’s COVID-19 Coordinator:
Dec. 24 - Jan. 1: No School, Winter Break