Health and Safety Guidelines
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 2023-2024 school year.
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 2023-24 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