Our Distance Learning Plan was created to ensure every student at Mahtomedi Public Schools receives a high-quality education, which provides equitable access to learning and instruction during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Click here to read our District Distance Learning Plan.

Click on the links below or the tabs on the left for our school Distance Learning Plans.

Mahtomedi Early Childhood
Wildwood Elementary School
O.H. Anderson Elementary School
Mahtomedi Middle School
Mahtomedi High School

 

The Distance Learning Plan at Mahtomedi Public Schools is based on the School Closure Guidance for Public School Districts and Charter Schools from the Minnesota Department of Education. Our plan is developed in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order 20-02.

Please note that our Distance Learning Plan is a fluid document based on the most recent information we have received regarding Distance Learning in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Distance Learning Plan at Mahtomedi Public Schools has been developed through guidance provided by the Minnesota Department of Education and what best meets the needs of our school district.

Educators at Mahtomedi Public Schools will prepare both online and offline instructional plans, allowing continued, standards-aligned educational experiences utilizing a distance learning model for every level in grades PreK-8 and each graduation requirement course for grades 9-12. Students currently receiving specialized services will have access to relevant services and support.

Updated April 23, 2020
Distance Learning will continue for the remainder of the school year. We will observe our school calendar during this time. We will not have distance learning on no school days. Please note that we will not have distance learning on May 1 and 4 in order for our teachers to continue their planning and training. Our last day of school will be Friday, June 5. Our Distance Learning website contains our District Distance Learning Plan and school plans.