Edina Public Schools

Healing Together

Jeff Jorgensen

In an effort to end the stigma surrounding mental health, Edina Public Schools and the Edina Education Fund partnered to develop a campaign, Heal Together, to raise money to support the whole district. Prioritizing student support for over 8,600 youth, the district implemented its very first K-12 all-school assembly to launch the campaign and bring awareness to the community through a variety of stories, advice and lessons on how to navigate our changed world. Read more about Healing Together

All Things New

Dr. Stacie Stanley

Dr. Stacie Stanley is the incoming superintendent of Edina Public Schools. Previously, Stanley was associate superintendent in Eden Prairie. She’s also worked in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage school district as director of equity and integrated support services and as director of curriculum, assessment, instruction and support services. She was a principal at two Roseville schools and was a teacher in the East Metro Integration District. Stanley has a bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the College of St. Read more about All Things New

Volunteers Provide Extraordinary Support for Edina's French immersion program

Since 1993, Normandale Elementary has been an Edina choice school offering a complete French immersion program to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Shortly after founding, the school began hosting native French speaking interns to engage with students in classrooms and help support the teachers while getting hands-on educational training.  

Edina's Early Learning Center Provides Education, Support

Edina Public schools (EPS) recently integrated its Early Childhood Family Education and Early Childhood Special Education departments to form the Early Learning Center (ELC). A new site, complete with a wonderful new playground, offers programming for kids ages 0–5 and for parents with its unique parent-education program.  


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