Anishinabe Academy, a Minneapolis Public School, is a magnet school focusing on high academic achievement through Native American culture and language. We welcome and invite families and students of all cultures.
Teachers will hold parent-teacher conferences on Tuesday, October 13 in the afternoon and again on Wednesday, October 14 during the day. There is no school for students on October 14. Parents of students in grades High 5 - 5th grade may contact your child's teacher for a time slot. Middle school parents can arrive during the above times and see teachers as they become available.
Anishinabe Academy welcomes GEMS & GISE as part of our Extended Learning Program for the new school year. Fall of 2015 students will be engaged in learning the engineering design cycle through robotics and First Lego League.
The GEMS and GISE programs are award-winning science programs that energize our students' excitement about the possibilities in cutting-edge science. We value the talent and innovation the programs developers and teachers bring to the Minneapolis Public Schools.
The MAP Test is a state-aligned, computerized, adaptive (adjusts to the student's level) test that reflects the instructional level of each student. It measures growth over time, in addition to performance/proficiency. For additional information on this assessment go to: www.nwea.org. MAP Testing is scheduled to run from September 21 through October 9.
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The after school program is about to begin. Check with your child's teacher for information.. Students who are enrolled stay after school and receive bus transportation home after Beacons. Beacon centers transform schools into active youth centers afterschool and in the summer, providing free high quality youth development opportunities to the students of Sullivan and Anishinabe schools.
This year, the MPS District Athletics department has made some changes to the middle school athletics program. This change will allow 7th & 8th Anishinabe students the opportunity to play all high school sports offered at their home school under the guidance of each High School Athletic Department. Please see our athletics page on the left side for more information.
The Minneapolis Public School system provides bus transportation for your child to and from school. It is necessary to have established rules and regulations designed to protect the welfare of the child. Every child, regardless of age, will be responsible for following these rules.
Read more here: http://transportation.mpls.k12.mn.us/uploads/bus_-_annual_letter_about_safety.pdf
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3100 East 28th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55406
8:05 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
3100 East 28th Street Minneapolis, MN 55406
Telephone: 612.668.0880 | Fax: 612.668.0890