To attain a high student achievment
Focused on that singular goal, Mounds View Public Schools serves children and adults who live in Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, Roseville, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights. One of the largest districts in Minnesota, District 621 enrolls nearly 12,000 students in its eight elementary schools, three middle schools, two high schools and other district programs. Community Education programs provide learning opportunities for all ages.
In partnership with students, parents, and the community, we will equip all learners with measurable skills for life long education to reach their full potential with responsibility to self and society.
* We believe each person can learn, has the right to learn, and shares responsibility for that learning.
* We believe that people have different learning styles, and that instruction and curriculum must address these differences.
* We believe the high expectations of our community must be reflected in its schools.
* We believe that to best meet student needs, personal and professional growth and improvement is essential for all staff.
* We believe a respectful, secure and stimulating environment promotes successful learning.
* We believe learning begins at home in the relationship between parent and child. Development continues in the community, and in school as relationships are established between staff and students.
* We believe student progress must be frequently assessed and evaluation made in order to assure continuous growth and to measure program effectiveness.
* We believe parents and community value frequent, consistent, open information from the School District and interaction which promotes involvement in the education of children and in the learning institution.
* We believe all students should have the educational opportunities to acquire skills and competencies needed to achieve their goals and become life long learners.
Expecting the best keeps Mounds View Public Schools among the top districts in the state. With an array of educational and co-curricular opportunities, the District's 15 schools help each student find meaningful success.
As well as our 15 combined Elementary, Middle, and High Schools we also offer an Area Learning Center, and a Special Education Program, Oak Grove.
The Area Learning Center is a non-traditional program designed to help students meet their high school graduation requirements. Although the ALC is part of Mounds View Public Schools, students from outside the district are welcome to attend.
Oak Grove offers a special education program for approximately 75 students in grades 6-12 from Mounds View Public Schools and several surrounding districts. Students who attend require services for severe emotional and behavioral disorders.
Mounds View School District is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 13
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