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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Bundle up! We’re expecting cold temperatures...
Whether it is two inches or two feet, families should be ready for snow, ice, slush and cold temperatures. In the coming days, we are expecting below zero temperatures. Weather may cause some buses to run behind schedule, but students should arrive at their bus stop on time. Students should dress in appropriate winter attire for travel to and from school or recess outside.
There are various ways you can stay informed about school closures or delays. Visit the MPS website, watch local news stations and follow MPS on social media. New this year, you can receive important text messages from MPS, including inclement weather alerts and safety notifications. Please text YES to 68453 from your cell phone.
Whether winter brings severe storms, light dustings, or just cold temperatures, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some valuable tips on how to keep your children safe and warm:
What to Wear:
For more tips, please visit HealthyChildren.org Winter Safety Tips website.
A History Player from the MN Historical Society came to Hall school to perform about the dynamic inventor and self-taught engineer, Frederick McKinley Jones. Students learned how his invention, the Thermo King, helped modernize refrigeration in trucks. This important invention led to the improvement of preserving food and medical supplies, hauling fragile cargo and space travel. Fourth graders have been studying in their IB Unit of Inquiry, How the World Works, that innovators and inventors impact how we live and think about the world.
Congratulations to this year's students council who are comprised of 4th and 5th graders. Student representatives learn positive communication skills, and the kids they represent feel they have a voice because their concerns and ideas are addressed at monthly meetings.
On February 19, 2013 Senator Al Franken met with Hall Elementary School staff, as well as mental health advocates from Hennepin County and MPS, to learn more about Minneapolis Public Schools’ (MPS) relationships with public agencies to provide services to children. Franken said the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December cast new light on the issue of mental health, but warned against stigmatizing mental illness.
General Mills' Black Champion's Network, referred to as 'Generation G', involves various employees serving as mentors to our fifth grade students for their Exhibition Projects.
When you purchase books at the Ridgedale Barnes & Noble on December 4th, a percentage of your purchase will be given to Elizabeth Hall Media in the form of a gift card. You can also purchase a specific book for Elizabeth Hall’s Media. They will have a list of books that students have requested. Download the flier.
Mark your calendar for Give to the Max Day on Thursday, November 14, 2013.
What if you could help Elizabeth Hall win $1,000 just by giving ten bucks? On November 14, Give to the Max Day, you can. By partnering with GiveMN, an online giving website for Minnesota schools and nonprofit, Elizabeth Hall will have 25 chances to maximize your gift on Give to the Max Day!
Thank you! Your donations make an impact on the lives of the parents and children we serve.
Elizabeth Hall is proud to offer the prestigious International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB/PYP)
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