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Program: Public and Charter Schools Information and Resources

Agency: Coronavirus 2020


Resource Number: 67353104
Alternate name: Minnesota Public and Charter Schools Information

Description
Website Link to All Minnesota School Districts, and Public and Charter Schools  
  • Click here
  • After opening the above link, click on the district link and, again, click on the actual website link to the district found at the top of this page. 
  • At the top of the District page, is a link to All Cities in Minnesota and here you can find links to individual schools by city. Once on the city page, there is a link to all schools within that city
Below find direct links (when possible) to meal site information for these school districts:
  • Cloquet Public Schools (Carlton County) click here
  • Dakota County Public Schools click here
  • Duluth Public Schools (Saint Louis County) click here
  • Faribault Public Schools (Rice County) click here
  • Hastings Public Schools (Washington County) click here
  • Marshall School District (Lyon County) click here
  • Minneapolis Public Schools (Hennepin County) click here
    • Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) will continue to serve free meals to all children 18 years old and younger through Friday, August 21. MPS offers weekly food boxes that include items for seven breakfasts and seven lunches containing food made with fresh, whole ingredients.
    • Families can pick up food boxes at 50 schools and parks across Minneapolis, 10 am – 2 pm Monday – Friday. Sites offer contact-free pickup. Youth do not have to be enrolled in MPS to receive food boxes.
    • Visit MPS Free Food Boxes for Children website for more information.
  • North Saint Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale Schools (Ramsey County) click here
  • Northfield Public Schools (Rice County) click here
  • Red Wing Public Schools (Goodhue County) click here
  • Rochester Public Schools (Olmsted County) click here
  • Saint Paul Public Schools (Ramsey County) click here
  • South Washington County Schools click here
  • Waterville-Elysian-Morristown School District (Rice County) click here
  • White Bear Lake Public Schools (Ramsey County) click here
Executive Order Information for Safe and Distance Learning 2020-21 School Year
  • Districts and charter schools must electronically post and communicate their plans for in-person learning, hybrid learning, and distance learning plans to students and their families no later than one week before the beginning of their respective 2020-21 school year
  • Individuals should contact their local school district or charter school for information regarding the learning plan
  • Click here for the full order
Free Meals for Kids Mobile App
  • Helps families and kids in need find and access free meals at schools and other sites
  • Powered by GPS and shows locations of schools and other sites that are providing meals and meal packs with days and hours of distribution
  • Shows distance and directions to nearest site
  • Kids up to age 18 can show up without prior sign-up for free meals
  • Most of the schools and community sites are located in areas where at least half of the children are eligible for free and/or reduced price school meals
  • Free at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store
  • Listing is updated daily
Hunger Solutions Meals for Kids
  • Lists information on where families and kids can go to get a free meal during school closures
  • Map
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)
 
Apply On-line June 8 – July 31, 2020
 
What is P-EBT?
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) is a temporary food benefit available to Minnesota families with children who would have received free or reduced-price meals if schools were open. Families with eligible children will receive a one-time payment of $325 per child on a new or existing EBT card to help fill the gap created by a loss of school meals.
 
Who is eligible for P-EBT?
Families with children ages 5 - 18 as of September 1, 2019, are eligible for P-EBT benefits if:
  • Their child’s school is closed due to COVID-19; and
  • They were receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) benefits as of March 18, 2020; or
  • Their child was receiving free or reduced-price school meals during the 2019-2020 school year; or
  • Their child is enrolled in a school that offers free school meals to all students.
 How will I get P-EBT?
Families with eligible children ages 5-18 who were receiving SNAP and/or MFIP as of March 18 do not need to apply. A one-time payment will be automatically issued to their household’s current Minnesota EBT card on May 30, 2020. 
Families who received free or reduced-price school meals in the 2019-2020 school year or attended a school that offers free school meals to all students – but who were not receiving SNAP or MFIP benefits as of March 18 – must complete an online application at mn.p-ebt.org between June 8, 2020 and June 30, 2020. Eligible families will receive a Minnesota P-EBT card in the mail within ten days with instructions to activate the card. This card provides access to P-EBT funds.
 
Questions can be directed to the P-EBT Hotline, call 651-431-4050 or 800-657-3698, or submit questions here. The P-EBT hotline is available Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm
 
Support offered at the P-EBT hotline includes:
  • Assistance applying (Limited English Proficiency, accessibility issues)
  • Eligibility requirements or general P-EBT questions
  • Status of application
 Visit the Minnesota Department of Human Services – Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer for more information and FAQs

Tutoring

Good Neighbor Center provides tutoring in person but is unable to do so currently. Contact them for a referral to The Connexions Tutoring Team which provides free online math tutoring for students in grades 2 - 12 who are residents of Minnesota by juniors and seniors in high school. For the 2019-2020 school year, tutoring is being provided for help with homework and studying for tests. Over the summer, tutoring will be provided to help students fill in gaps they they had throughout the year or prepare of the 2020-2021 school year. Fill Out Contact Form.



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Last Verified On: 5/13/2020
 





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