Back to School
The 2020-21 Back to School plan focuses, first and foremost, on providing a safe environment for all the students and staff who will be in our buildings. Families who are not comfortable with in-person learning will be able to choose the e-Learning option. The goal is to make sure that every family is able to make the most appropriate choice for them.
Frequently Asked Questions for MHS Families
Minnetonka High School is here to help if you are having trouble with e-learning. Please review the frequently asked questions below, which should answer most of your questions.
- 2020-21 Academic Calendar
- Activities and Athletics Registration
- Bus Registration
- Counseling Office
- iPad Insurance Options
- iPad Set-up Instructions
- Lunch Account Deposit in Skyward
- Booster Club Membership Flyer
- Student Parking
- Volunteer Flyer
- Yearbook (online purchase)
Note: There is no school supply list for high school. Students may decide what tools they need for learning and organization. Most schoolwork will be stored digitally on their iPad. Students may wish to carry a stylus for note-taking. Personal laptops are welcome, but not required. All students are provided an iPad.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan
For up to the minute updates on Minnetonka Public Schools' response to coronavirus (COVID-19), e-Learning and district-wide resources, please visit our dedicated webpage.
If you have questions or comments about anything back to school-related, please submit them here.