287 Feature

Students Help Food Service

Because of the pandemic, several students couldn’t find community work/jobs that they would normally do. 287’s Food Service found them work. And they’re a big help. Four ...Read more

Free Summer Meals for Kids

Use these resources to find free meal for kids ages 18 and under this summer: Download the Free Meals for Kids app provided by Hunger Impact Partners to your phone or devi ...Read more

Vaccines for Children Ages 12+

Minnesotans age 12 through 17 can get vaccinated at state sites that have Pfizer available: Bloomington (Mall of America), Saint Paul (Roy Wilkins Auditorium), Lino Lakes, and ...Read more

WEC Mural

English: At West Education Center, educational assistant Patrick Pilla thought, “What a great time to do a mural.” A young Black woman had stirred the nation by reading ...Read more

Supporting Students: Racial Justice

Many in our community feel fear, rage, pain, grief, anger, sadness, disgust, numbness, despair, and many other emotions related to racial violence. The events to come in ...Read more

District 287 Superintendent Search

Given Superintendent Lewandowski's retirement at the end of the 2021-22 school year, the School Board is beginning the search for a new Superintendent. The early notice gives t ...Read more

Superpower Spotlight: Centering our Voices One Story at a Time

 

We are centering the voices of our District 287 community one story at a time. Watch and read about the powerful moments happening in our schools and homes. Students, parents and caregivers, staff, and all in our community are invited to submit stories here. Let’s share about the super-sensational things happening with student learning. Did you spot something different or amazing (or someone’s superpower) at your school?