Middle School Curriculum

Distance Learning from March 30 to May 4

The Governor announced on Wednesday, March 25 that all Minnesota school districts must implement a Distance Learning Period from March 30 to May 4. Until we can see each other in person again, hopefully on May 5, we are excited to connect remotely.

See the Distance Learning Info page for more information.

Distance Learning from March 30 to May 4

The Governor announced on Wednesday, March 25 that all Minnesota school districts must implement a Distance Learning Period from March 30 to May 4. Until we can see each other in person again, hopefully on May 5, we are excited to connect remotely.

See the Distance Learning Info page for more information.

Our middle schools challenge our students to become: 

  • inquiring, lifelong learners with the skills to succeed in the interconnected world of the 21st century
  • engaged citizens who take action in their local, national, and global communities
  • compassionate, respectful, and persevering young people

Within a caring environment that supports students' academic, social, and emotional needs, students are challenged to see the connections between learning and the world around them.

For more information about middle schools and their curricula, call the Office of Teaching and Learning at (651) 407-7568.

What's New in Middle School?

We have made some exciting changes to middle school classes! Students will have more time for literacy, fewer transitions, and an option to earn high school credit for World Languages. Here are the changes for each grade:

Check out this video for more information.

Overview of Middle School Curriculum

We strive to achieve our mission through a rigorous curriculum that adheres to the Minnesota Academic Standards. Click on the subject areas below for more information on specific academic standards.

Special Programs

Academic Standards

Standards approved by the Minnesota Department of Education and the Legislature. (All are in PDF format and require Adobe Reader)