Directrices de salud y seguridad
The Minnetonka Public School District is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for each employee, student, parent and visitor to our buildings. These guidelines identify and explain the practices and protocols to help ensure that the District has a safe and healthy learning environment and helps mitigate transmission of communicable diseases and illness in our school communities during the 2022-2023 school year. To support our families, face coverings and COVID test kits are available in all school offices for those that request them.
The District considers the health and safety of students and staff to be a top priority. Below are the current guidelines used to provide a safe environment for all.
All staff, students, families and visitors are expected to comply with and follow district-established guidelines and protocols for the health and safety of our community. Site leaders and supervisors will comply with these provisions and support employees, as needed.
* Guidelines may be updated, based on recommendations from the Minnesota Health Department.
All students in Grades preK-12 will be offered in-person learning for the 2022-23 school year. The high school and middle schools will follow the six-period schedules used before the pandemic.
TONKA ONLINE E-learning Option
All students in grades K-12 are offered an e-learning option, except for Language Immersion at this time. Students in grades 9-12 can meet all graduation requirements through this online option.
General Health & Safety Guidelines
The District considers the health and safety of students and staff to be a top priority. Below are the current guidelines that we have instituted to provide a safe environment for all.
- Face Coverings
- Promoting Good Hygiene and Health Behaviors
- Hand Hygiene & Respiratory Etiquette
- Parent Volunteers
- Travel Guidelines
- Staying Home When Sick
- Excluding for Illness
- Testing for COVID
- How Do I Report a COVID Positive Case?
- Isolation Requirements for COVID Positive Cases
- Isolation Guidelines