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School Hours -8:30 - Buses begin to drop students, classrooms are open, breakfast is served. -8:50 - School begins. Students may bring unopened food from breakfast to use for milk/snack break to classroom. -3:25 - Dismissal for all students
We are excited to
announce the launch of the Hastings Public Schools’ Facebook Page.
As a school district we are always looking for new ways to
communicate effectively in order to develop and deepen our relationships with
our students, parents, staff and community. As a district we strive to inform, listen
to, and engage the community we serve in order to celebrate, support, and share
the mission of our district. Facebook is just one more tool we will
utilize to make this happen.
District's Financial Picture 2/5/2015 1:52:29 PM Follow the link below to access a presentation narrated by Superintendent Collins which details the financial picture of ISD #200 for the 2015-16 school year.
School District Bullying Report Form 6/23/2015 9:19:00 AM On April 9, 2014 Governor Dayton signed the Safe and Supportive Schools Act. This act required Minnesota school districts to implement a Bullying Policy beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. Our district had had a bullying policy in place for a number of years and the new legislation provided an opportunity for review and refinement. Please click above for more information or to download the district's Bullying Report Form.
Courtesy Bus Route Information for Secondary Students 9/4/2014 8:28:24 AM In an effort to accommodate secondary students grades 5 - 12, who live within the walking zone to the Middle School and High School, Courtesy Bus Routes have been established. Please click above to see more information about how the routes work and to see a map of the of locations.
Text Messaging Service Now Available to Parents 11/21/2013 12:20:55 PM Hastings Public Schools is excited to announce the launch of a new service that will enhance communication by allowing the district to deliver important information to parents via SMS text messaging.
This service is not intended to replace existing means of communication, rather it will enhance them. The district will only use the service to provide information that is timely and relevant.
In order to participate in the new service, you must have a cell phone on file with the School District, and then parents must indicate willingness to receive text messages to their phones. The process is simple and only takes a few seconds to complete.
Please click above for more information on how to opt into this new service.