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  • Shirley Hills COVID-19 Safe Learning Plan

    The Shirley Hills COVID-19 Safe Learning Plan web pages provide an overview of the school's plans for all three educational models outlined by the state—hybrid learning, distance learning and in-person learning. Check back often, as these pages will continue to be updated in the coming days and weeks.

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  • No More Clipping Box Tops?...Say WHAT?!

    No need to panic! It's super easy! Simply download the Box Tops app onto your phone and start scanning your grocery store receipts. Receipts need to be scanned within 14 days of the date of purchase. Click the ink for some helpful videos. If you are still needing help with this changeover feel free to contact Mrs. Hausladen at hausladene@westonka.k12.mn.us.

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Contact Us

  • Together Everyone Achieves More....Welcome to TEAM Shirley Hills!

    School Times: 9:05 a.m.-3:45 p.m.

    Main Office: (952) 491-8400

    Principal, Mr. Eidsness: (952) 491-8401

    Attendance Line: (952) 491-8490

    Health Specialist: (952) 491-8404

    Fax: (952) 491-8403

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Westonka News

  • Cities of Mound, Orono Reallocate CARES Act Funds to Support Local Schools

    The City of Mound and the City of Orono both recently passed resolutions authorizing the reallocation of local Coronavirus Relief Funds to the Westonka School District. On Sept. 14, the City of Orono allocated $105,584 in CARES Act funds to Westonka Schools, and on Sept. 22 the City of Mound approved $500,000 in additional funds to support the district.

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  • Westonka Welcomes New Teachers

    Westonka Public Schools is proud to welcome several new teachers to the district for the 2020-2021 school year.

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  • District Receives Donation of Over 1,500 Face Shields

    In addition to Chromebooks and classroom materials, Westonka Public Schools was tasked this summer with quickly acquiring a new type of school supply: personal protective equipment. This included stockpiling face masks, which are required in all Minnesota school buildings this fall, as well as face shields, which are primarily used as eye protection for the wearer. Prior to the start of school, Westonka parent Charlie Schupp and Woodchuck Medical contacted Westonka Schools with a generous offer to donate over 1,500 student face shields.

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  • American Indian Parent Advisory Committee Forms for 2020-21

    Westonka Public Schools is forming a new American Indian Parent Advisory Committee (AIPAC) for the 2020-21 school year. Per Minnesota statute, a school district in which there are 10 or more American Indian students enrolled must establish an American Indian education parent advisory committee. The purpose of the AIPAC is to develop a deeper awareness and understanding of the academic and social-emotional needs of the district's American Indian student population.

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  • USDA School Meal Waiver Extended

    Students of Westonka Public Schools will have multiple ways to access meals this fall, depending on their grade level and learning model choice. Due to an extension of the USDA School Meal Waiver announced Aug. 31, Westonka is able to offer all student meals free of charge.

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