Welcome to Elizabeth Hall!

As a magnet school, we offer a unique learning environment where dedicated staff provide a rigorous education that helps students understand international cultures, embrace challenges and thrive to be a part of the global society. We are committed to developing the academic, social and emotional growth of all students, and to create a challenging, nurturing and fun learning environment.

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A Huge Thank You and Shout Out to the Elizabeth Hall Parent Group!

The Soul Food Celebration Fundraiser was a great success and enjoyed by all on Saturday, April 18, 2015!

Mrs. Scheller's class earned the most money as a classroom and will have a popcorn party soon!

Congratulations to the student that sold the most orders- Imonie M! Great Job!

FIELD DAY DATE- Wednesday May 27th (Rain Day May 28th)

Location: North High Football Field @ 17th/Girard Ave. N

This is an all day event (Time: approx. 8:30 am-1pm) 

A SIGNED and RETURNED FIELD TRIP SLIP is required for all students to participate.

Remember to check your child’s WOW Wednesday Flyers for more info…

We are accepting cases of water donations for this event-Please bring donations to the main office.  Thank you in advance for your support!


Letter to Parents and Families

The Star Tribune published a story on Sunday about teacher evaluations in Minneapolis Public Schools. We want to provide you with some context for the story. Read More.

PDF Field Day Permission Slip   --  Field Day is May 27th(Rain Date May 28th). *All students are required to return a signed field trip permission slip to participate. Field trip slip attached and will be sent home in W.O.W. Folders weekly.
To Our Elizabeth Hall Families:

It is always amazing how quickly a school year comes and goes. With the ending of the 2013-14 school year, I was excited and humbled by the accomplishments and work that I saw from our students each day. During April and May alone, we listened to our kindergartners present their transportation projects, watched our 5thgraders implement their action plans for their Exhibition projects, listened to our 4th graders explain how various diseases impact our body systems, heard our 2nd graders’ persuade us of the importance of recycling, reusing and reducing, and watched many of our classrooms present their creative ideas in celebrating Earth Day and improving our environment.  In addition, our Field Day brought together our school in the spirit of community and great fun cheering our students as they gave it their all, while our kindergarteners and 5th graders celebrated moving on to the next stage of their life journey.  Click here to read more.

Further your career with meaning: Grow the skills of children.

You can help children succeed in school by giving them the extra support they need to read. Whether you’re looking to explore a new career in education, reenter the workforce or simply want to work with kids, you can make a direct impact by serving one year as a Minnesota Reading Corps Literacy Tutor.

Click here for more information.

Exploring Inquiry at the Sculpture Garden

5th grade class trying to emulate the extraordinary balance achieved in one of the sculptures at the Minneapolis Sculpture garden, using only three ground points.

The Right Way To Recycle

Hall Second Grade Students teach the school community how to correctly compost and recycle at Hall School!  This project was led by Mrs. Harvey, Mr. Ricky and Ms. Kangas.  Check out the you tube video title " The Right Way To Recycle" or click on the link below to learn some interesting facts about recycling.  Great Job Hall Second Graders!

Veteran teachers make a difference, a profile of Marcia Wyatt.

Marcia Wyatt was followed by StarTribune reporter Steve Brandt (all day on April 21) as representation of teachers who have demonstrated tenacity and dedication to our students by continuing to teach in challenging high poverty schools. A profile of Dr. Wyatt came out on Tuesday, May 6 on the front page of Section B in the StarTribune.

Click here to read the article in the StarTribune.