Minnetonka Public Schools offers food and health services at each school. Food programs
at each school ensure students have healthy, balanced options for lunch. School health service staff provide support to families in their responsibility of caring for their children. The school health offices
are staffed all student days by a health paraprofessional with licensed school nurse support in the building or on call in the District.
An extensive parent education
program helps parents learn more about their children, no matter what age. A variety of programs and speakers are offered throughout the year as part of the Parent Education program.
Minnetonka’s special education
department serves approximately 1000 children age birth through 21 with a variety of disabilities. Minnetonka offers a wide range of service delivery models.
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