Parents, there is a unique opportunity to host an international exchange student through the Rotary of Eden Prairie, come learn about the short term commitment.
This invite goes out to all junior/high school students who may have interest in studying abroad for a year, as well as Eden Prairie families who may have interest in hosting an exchange student.
Please come to Bearpath Tuesday, 4/19, at 7:30 AM to learn more!
Eden Prairie Schools and the Eden Prairie School Board are hosting a special documentary screening of the powerful documentary, Most Likely to Succeed on Tuesday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in the EPHS Performing Arts Center (Directions).
SHOE AWAY HUNGER!
Please start your spring cleaning by donating your families gently used shoes to a great local cause. EHSI 6th graders are leading our campaign to collect shoes, all sizes and all kinds. They will be donated locally to help feed twin cities families in need. Please send shoes with your children to place in the collection boxes put all over our school. We will donate to Shoe Away Hunger a hunger relief campaign of the Good in the ‘Hood charity organization.
Feeding The Future On A Shoestring Budget!
What: Shoe Away Hunger
Where: Eagle Heights
When: Now til April 19th.
Why: Footwear is turned around to provide an eco-friendly means of food support.
A huge round of applause to 6th graders Julia and Samara! They presented to the school board about the group they created, Kindness Klub. Around 40 6th graders meet every Thursday to discuss/activate kindness in their school and community. A special thanks to Assistant Principal Mitch Hegland, Social Worker Anita Gibson and 6th grade teachers Sra Chepokas & Sra Moen for their support in the Kindness Klub.
Congrats to all!
Looking for gardeners for a “Prep the Garden Event” after school on Wed. March 23rd to get ground ready to plant!
With the weather looking more like spring, we are planning on creating an outdoor garden area. We want the area to be a place kids/staff from both schools can visit as things begin to grow.
Please email Oak Point Principal, Joel Knorr if you’d be willing to volunteer with some “sweat equity” to get the ground ready on March 23.
Join us on March 2nd, 6pm in the Administrative Services Center (8100 School Road) for a meeting with the Superintendent and district team.
Click here to learn more.
Checkout our Feelin’ Groovy Book fair decorations! Thank you decorating committee!
Attention parents: we are in urgent need of walkers/cashiers. Without volunteers, the book fair doesn’t run…help us continue to offer this awesome service to our school! Sign up to volunteer for a shift for any amount of time – parents, grandparents, neighbors, children in 4th grade and up are able to help out as well! Click here to sign up. Thank you for your support!