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  • Let Us Know Your Plans!

    Planning to learn from home full time? Please log in to Family Access and let us know! Also, all families are asked to let us know your transportation plans to and from school. Please log in to Family Access and fill out the form. Click for a link with instructions. Thank you!

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  • School Supply Information

    School supplies have been purchased for students. The cost of supplies will be included in school fees. We encourage families to still shop for tennis shoes, back packs and refillable water bottle. Each child will be supplied with one face mask as well, but we encourage parents to purchase an extra so they can be laundered regularly.

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  • YA Books About Racism

    We've had parents request books for middle school students. Some of our teachers have compiled a quick list as reference. This list will certainly grow. If you don't have access to books this summer, email Mrs.Zachow and she can check out titles from the GMS library.

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  • Summer Appointments

    Westonka school offices will be open in June and July by appointment only for registration or other needs. To make an appointment at Grandview Middle School, please contact Melissa Murphy at murphym@westonka.k12.mn.us or (952) 491-8309. You may also contact the district office at (952) 491-8000.

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  • Shutterfly Images From Graduation

    Enjoy these photos from graduation! Download your favorites!

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  • Westonka's Safe Learning Plan 2020-21

    Westonka Public Schools plans to begin the 2020-21 year with early learning through grade 4 in the In-Person Learning Model and grades 5-12 in the Hybrid Learning Model. Learn more about Westonka's Safe Learning Plan for the 2020-21 school year.

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  • Support Our Schools by Becoming a Substitute Teacher

    Westonka Schools is anticipating that the district will need a larger pool of substitute teachers in order to operate school this fall. Therefore, Westonka is asking all community members to consider supporting their local schools by becoming a short call sub for the district. We have increased the Short Call Substitute Teacher rate of pay to $175.00/day during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, Westonka will reimburse the PELSB licensure fee ($91.95) once you have subbed for five full days in a Westonka assignment. If you or someone you know is interested in being a short call substitute teacher, the time to start the application process is now!

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  • WeCAN's Ready-to-Learn School Supply Program is Underway

    Even though this year’s school year may look different than in years past, each child deserves to start out the new school year with the supplies needed to succeed in school. Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN) will again host its Ready-to-Learn Program, which provides new backpacks and basic, grade-specific school supplies to families in need.

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  • Westonka Foodies Offer Free Summer Meals

    For most kids, summer means carefree days. But for some kids, no school means wondering where their next meal is coming from. Several local organizations are teaming up this summer to make sure kids have access to healthy and nutritious meals. The Westonka Foodies from the Westonka School District will be hosting a Free Summer Meals program again this year.

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  • Grandview Honors Seventh-Grade Graduates

    Seventh-grade graduation is a rite of passage, signifying the end of a student’s elementary education and the beginning of high school education. Even though the traditional celebration had to be adapted this year, Grandview Middle School counselors Jean Ann Thayer and Jessica Larson worked together with parent volunteers to make the seventh-grade graduation ceremony as special as possible.

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  • Schools End Year With Parades, Drop-Off Days

    The final day of the school year for Westonka primary school students usually involves lots of year-end activities and excitement. Although things looked a little different this year, the excitement was still there as each school planned a special send off to summer. Students at Grandview Middle School and Mound Westonka High School also got the chance to see teachers one more time at materials drop-off days.

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