Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019
Eagle Excellence

  • The Eden Prairie High School Girls Swim and Dive Team placed third at the Minnesota State High School League Class AA state meet. Eden Prairie’s 200-medley relay team - Katelyn Pennell, Chloe Skogg, Kylie Rydland and Grace Logue – finished second with a school-record time of 1:43.53.

  • Eden Prairie FTC (First Tech Challenge) Central Middle School Radioactive Robots placed first at the Eagan Tournament Nov. 16-17. Members of the Radioactive Robots team include: Aish Balakrishna, Kara Hoffman, Emily Yu, Sofia Ash-Johnson, Navya Nambiar, Shruti Shanmugasundaram, Sudiksha Talla, Shivangi Mohan, and Emily Oberleitner. Read more.
Eden Prairie News covered the great results for EP High School students who outperformed the state on the ACT test.
Forty-eight Eden Prairie High School students were honored at the school’s National Scholar Recognition on Nov. 8. The award ceremony included a key note address by Manny Laureano, principal trumpet with the Minnesota Orchestra. The morning of awards also included recognition of EPHS teachers Laurel Nebeker and Todd Organ who were named this year’s Influential Educators. For a complete list of students honored and event details read more and watch the video .
Below are some examples of how our students are using their individual gifts, interests and talents to give back to our community.

  • Eden Prairie High School DECA packed 21,600 meals at Feed My Starving Children on Monday, Nov. 18.

  • Eden Prairie High School National Honor Society is organizing a blood drive on Dec. 4 through Memorial Blood Centers at EPHS.
Featured Job Openings

Eden Prairie Schools is currently seeking applicants for  paraprofessionals.  

Multiple Openings :  Eden Prairie Schools has exciting career opportunities to work as a paraprofessional inspiring students to become the best they can be. Check out all  paraprofessional opportunities  for this school year today.
Nov. 21: Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion  Kindergarten Kick-off Event
Nov. 27: No School
Nov. 28 - 29: No School, Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 11: High School Conferences
Dec. 23 - Jan. 3: No School, Winter Break