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The best academic programs honor the contributions and abilities of each individual child. At Lyndale School, our teachers and administrative team recognize this fact and strive to bring individualized attention to every student’s learning experience.

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PTO Meeting on Monday, March 13
Monday, May 13, 2019 7:15 AM
 
 
 
Lyndale PTO Meeting - last meeting of the year!
Monday, May 13, 6:00-7:30
Lyndale Media Center
Childcare and interpreters provided. And cookies!
 
On the agenda:
  • MPS District Design Plan 2019-2022 -- We’ll discuss the proposed changes for Lyndale and the district, timeline, and opportunities for community input. Bring your questions and ideas for how Lyndale families can make our voices heard as the plan moves forward. For more information on the plan, check out MPS Comprehensive District Design 2019-2022.
  • PTO elections - the PTO leadership team needs you!  -- The three-person team works together to make all things PTO awesome. Several PTO committees need chairs for next year, too. You can help make Lyndale events amazing by stepping up to be the chair for the Lyndale Fall Carnival, Scholastic Book Fairs, or the Lyndale Read-a-thon. You don’t have to do it alone - co-chairs are encouraged! 
Mosaic Mural Project at Lyndale this Spring!
Thursday, May 9, 2019 5:20 PM

Lyndale’s main lobby will soon be home to a mosaic mural, thanks to a collaboration between Lyndale art teacher Mrs. Walker and Lyndale parent Angie Talle. Angie is professional mosaic artist and has offered her expertise to help create a mural for the school this spring. Students have already been hard at work, making and glazing handmade clay tiles for the project. Every student in the school will have the opportunity to contribute a piece. The mosaic will incorporate the word “Welcome” and, beginning May 13, will be mounted onto the right wall in the main lobby.

Two volunteers a day are invited to help with the installation on Monday, May 13; Tuesday, May 14; and Wednesday, May 15. Contact Mrs. Walker for more information Leann.Walker@mpls.k12.mn.us. To see more of Angie Talle’s work, visit her website: www.angietalle.com.

Principal's Corner
Friday, May 3, 2019 10:00 PM

Eagle Families - Please click on the link below for an important message from the Minneapolis Public Schools to learn more about the Comprehensive District Design, a holistic approach to achieving better academic outcomes for all students. Be on the lookout for more information in the weeks to come. Go Eagles!

Read More from Principal Stauduhar

Bike/Walk to School Day on May 8
Friday, May 3, 2019 4:35 PM
Hello Awesome Lyndale Family,
 
Minneapolis Bike/Walk to School Day is May 8 (Wednesday). Put on your walking shoes and pump up your bike tires for a fun initiative that encourages students, parents and staff to walk or bike to school.
 
Parents:  Please join us in front of the building for coffee and chatting.
 
Students:  There will be stickers and prizes handed out in front of the building.
 
Go EAGLES!!!!
 
Thanks,
Lyndale Physical Education Department
 
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True Food Taste Test on May 9
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 10:40 AM

The third True Food Taste Test of the school year is coming up on May 9th, during MPS Wellness Week!  During lunch, all students will have the chance to try a small sample of our Ginger Soy Pasta Salad – a flavorful and fresh pasta salad featuring carrots, peppers, edamame, and MPS’ signature Sun Dragon Dressing (made of sunflower seed butter, soy sauce, and ginger). The goal of the taste test is to get students excited about trying healthy, new foods. Those who try a sample will get a True Food Taste Test Sticker and the chance to suggest a new name for the pasta salad before it’s added to the school lunch menu.

For more information and the recipe, visit the MPS Culinary & Wellness Services website