Information on Districtwide Committees
Are you interested in serving in one of Minnetonka Public Schools' open committees? Click on any of the forms below to apply.
The Calendar Committee is comprised of administrators, staff, teachers, parents and students. Its purpose is to discuss future academic calendars for Minnetonka Schools from a wide variety of perspectives and then to propose school year start and end dates, late start and early release dates, winter break dates and to address and advise on other relevant calendar issues.
Community Education Advisory Council
The Minnetonka Community Education Advisory Council advises and supports the Executive Director of Community Education by providing input on current and potential programming and on community needs and interests. The advisory council serves as a forum for discussion of community opportunities and challenges. Members actively participate in four to five meetings per year. Furthermore, members advocate to neighbors, friends and community members for Minnetonka Public Schools and the Minnetonka Community Education program.
OPEB Advisory Committee
OPEB Advisory Committee reviews the investments in the Other Post-Employment Benefits Trust Fund and offers its recommendations and advice to district leadership. In addition to assigned staff, there are three community member positions on this committee.
Apply to the OPEB Advisory Committee (Currently Full)
Finance Advisory Committee
Reviews District financial statements and provides advice to the Board and the Finance Department regarding financial issues and emerging industry trends.
Apply to the Finance Advisory Committee (Currently Full)
Mental Health Advisory Committee
The Mental Health Advisory Committee will engage key community stakeholders along with student and parent partners. The council’s role will be to advise, support and pose critical questions to the District and community; act as communication link to the District and community; assist in further assessing needs and analyzing data; make relevant recommendations; inform the District of children’s mental health services; and be leaders and share knowledge and expertise.
Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee
Serves in an advisory capacity to the School Board and the administration. Recommends District-wide learner outcomes, assessments, program evaluations, graduation standards, and other such responsibilities as specified by the School Board, the State Legislature or the Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning.