Seventy-seven EPHS DECA students participated in the Minnesota DECA State Career Development Conference. Twenty-eight students won state recognition and the Eden Prairie team was headed to the international competition.
EPHS senior Boys Basketball player Drake Dobbs has scored over 2,000 career points and was also selected as a finalist for the 2020 McDonald Award presented annually to the outstanding Senior Player of the Year by the Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) senior Carolyn Jons, EPHS Class of 2016, was featured in the Minnesota Academy of Science Alumni Spotlight. She is a seven-time science fair participant and explains how it "ignited her passion for discovery."
How to Request Tech Support
With so many Eden Prairie students learning from home, requests for tech support have increased, and our Technology team is working very hard to respond to all requests as soon as possible. Depending on your needs, you may be able to find help at our iLearn@EP webpage. More information and support is under development by our Technology team this week, in preparation for distance learning starting April 7. Please submit your requests to email@example.com or call 952 975-7094 and someone will contact you when a resolution to your issue is available.
Employees Working from Home
Following Governor Walz's March 25 Executive Order, nearly all of our employees will be working from home. If you know the employee you need to contact, email is preferred; use our
staff directory. Staff may also be reached by phone and will respond promptly to your voicemail message. You may also browse by district department and our schools and programs. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will route your request.
Our buildings continue to be open to provide childcare for Tier 1 emergency workers. For additional details on how Eden Prairie Schools is responding to COVID-19 go to
The Personalized Learning Department is curating fun, online learning opportunities for all Eden Prairie Schools students. You will receive a daily email between now and the end of Spring Break with ideas to entertain and educate your students. These opportunities are not required, but we hope that you enjoy them. You can find all activities at
Teachers Prepare to Start Distance Learning
EP teachers are thinking of their students and planning for great, personalized distance learning starting April 7. Each day this week and next, we'll share a video of our great teaching staff sharing a lesson or discussing their preparations for distance learning. Find all of our teacher videos at the link below.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the College Board has made adjustments to the 2020 Advanced Placement (AP) exam schedule. Exams scheduled for May 2020 will be administered online. Students will take a 45-minute online exam at home using any device they have access to. For more information from the College Board, read
here. If you have additional questions, contact
Steven Rollin at email@example.com (preferred communication method) or leave a message at 952 975-8049.
Community Food Support
Nutrition Services is providing meals to all children ages 18 and under, pleasereview our meal distribution plan (at this page go to Eden Prairie Schools Resources > Food support). If you would like to support families with a donation, we recommend contacting PROP or the food bank of your choice.
Great Opportunity for Bilingual Spanish/English Teacher
Eden Prairie Schools is hiring licensed elementary classroom teachers for Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion for the 2020-21 school year. Learn more and apply
Mar. 30 - April 3: No school, Spring Break
April 6: No school, Grading Day (7 - 12) and Professional Development (EC-6)