Edina mayor warns of surge in COVID-19 cases among young people Mayor Jim Hovland said the median age of COVID-19 cases in Edina has gone from 57 to 20. For the past two years, outside interests have attacked the Edina Public Schools (EPS) and, implicitly, our community. Home. For years, the Edina Public Schools (EPS) have been one of the brightest stars in the firmament of Minnesota public education. Edina Public Schools. I own or manage a business. Closed Monday and Tuesday, with plans for students to pick up items and books on Tuesday. Onamia School ISD #480 35465125th Ave Onamia, MN 56359. Please visit the Edina Public Schools website for updates. COVID-19 information for families: English - Español - Hmoob - Karen - Soomaali On July 30, Governor Tim Walz signed Executive Order 20-82 to implement Minnesota's Safe Learning Plan for the 2020-21 School Year.This plan uses a localized, data-driven approach that allows school districts and charter schools to operate in a learning model that is responsive the prevalence of COVID-19 … District. 13. Frontline Applicant Tracking - Edina Public Schools Skip to main content. Author: Emily Haavik For more information on the school districts, click on the links below: Edina Public Schools Superintendent Welcome; District Office; School Board; Employment Where can I find guidance on safely reopening? Edina Mayor Jim Hovland signed an executive order on Wednesday requiring people to wear face masks inside public buildings across the city. We are here to help! Edina is served by three school districts: Edina (ISD 273), Hopkins (ISD 270) and Richfield (ISD 280). How is Edina Public Schools responding to COVID-19? The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development provides a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan template and … As concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, spread across the globe, community members right here in Edina are stepping up. A surge in COVID-19 cases in Edina, particularly among teenagers, prompted an appeal from Mayor Jim Hovland on Monday for people to take greater precautions such as wearing masks in public. Below is a list of local resources, including free lunches for kids who are out of school, restaurants offering curbside pickup, guidance from local authorities and more. Frontline Education is closely monitoring the spread and impact of COVID-19. July 13 Some Minnesota cities move to require masks in public places Heading into school board elections, it's getting worse. Rebuilding in More Environmentally Friendly Way Kelsey Arneson (pictured) and Tom Metzger had a nonprofit remove reusable materials, like every brick of the fireplace, from their Countryside home and then had the rest of the old structure's building materials sent to a recycler. The order will go into effect Monday, July 6. An Edina, Minnesota couple is recovering from COVID-19 after they said they took every precaution against the virus.