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Mission StatementOur mission is to empower students to be life-long learners and citizens by maximizing community, parent, and staff involvement while developing high expectations and achievement in a safe learning environment.
District News and Information
2021 Homecoming Coronation
Aitkin Public Health to Hold Flu Shot Clinic
Flu Shot Vaccines. Register here.
Online registration consent is preferred, however you can also fill out and bring this consent form.
Children's Dental Services at Rippleside
STUDENTS IN GRADES 7-12:
Click here for information regarding changes to your portal username and password.
2020-2021 Bus Riding Information
Please read the following information from the bus garage regarding bussing requests. All students need to fill out the bussing form every year.
Transportation Information and Bussing Form
2021 Fall Sports Information
The fall sports season will be starting soon. In order to participate students must have all paperwork completed and fees paid. Please see this letter from activities director Alex White with all upcoming dates and fee information.
Sports Eligibility Packet
for grades 7-12 are available in the high school office. These packets need to be filled out one time each year for students participating in sports and/or fine arts activities. Sports physicals are good for 3 years. Sports fees are $120 for grades 9-12 and $60 for grades 7-8 and can be paid in the office. Be sure to get your packet and fee in BEFORE the first day of practice!
Social Studies Standards Public Comment Opens August 16th
The second draft of the Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards is available for public comment beginning today, Friday, July 30, 2021. A questions and answers document is also available, which provides information about the standards review and revision process, and updates in the second draft. Additional Information can be found here.
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Resources:
Request Assistance: P-EBT Help Form
P-EBT Hotline: 1-833-454-0153 (Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
Parents and Students,
A list of community mental health resources is linked below for anyone in need. Aitkin County Mental Health Resources
Telephone and Internet Assistance Available to Low Income Consumers
Minnesota's Telephone ASsistance Plan (TAP) and the federal LIFELINE Program help make telephone service affordable to low-income consumers. For qualifying information and available discounts, see the full information here.
Kids Club (Formerly EXTRA!) is our before & after school programming that offers a variety of activities for children. Kids Club is open on days when school is in session. Join us to make new friends, learn new things & have fun! More Information