Find information on on a number of different parent involvement opportunities available.
CPEO is a seven-week program designed for parents that brings schools, parents, and the community together as equal partners in the education of students.
The District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC) is a parent leadership group that joins together district representatives to share perspectives with the Superintendent and Board of Education on policy issues.
Make recommendations in support of enhancing learning opportunities and environments. Advocate for issues vital to the success of schools, youth, and families in their community
The Parent Portal is a tool for you to stay informed and engaged in your child’s education.
High schools hold parent-teacher conferences three times a year so that parents can be updated on their child’s academic progress and emotional well being.
Since 1994, the Minneapolis Public Schools has operated under site-based decision making to move decision making closest to the students served. The goal of site-based management is to improve student achievement.
The Minneapolis Public Schools Special Education Advisory Council, SEAC (pronounced "seek") is a partnership between the school district and parents/guardians of Minneapolis students with disabilities.