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Children’s Internet Protection Act

MNSAA Standard #3.07 - Internet Access for Students* The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was enacted to address concerns about children's access to obscene or harmful content over the Internet. CIPA imposes certain requirements on schools that receive discounts for Internet access or internal connections through the E-rate program - a program that makes certain [...]

December 2017 Accredit Memo

As the temperatures plummet and the days are short, our spirits are lifted as we wait with wonder for the joy to come! Find our Association's monthly Accredit-Memo here. It is provided to schools and partners to support building the best possible educational program for the students, families and staff you serve. In this edition you will find information about meeting the legal [...]

MNSAA: Inspiring Hope & Enhancing Value

REGISTER and pay before October 1st to capture a reduced rate for the 2017 MNSAA Conference!! We are in the final stages of  planning our conference and already anticipating exceptional professional development sessions and the largest exposition ever! To accommodate growing interest, we have added two complete teacher tracks! Register and pay online, or download a form and send to MNSAA with [...]

Accreditation Certificates

Earlier this month, member schools were sent a mailing from MNSAA. Contained in a large white envelope look for your school's accreditation certificate for 2017-18, an invoice for annual dues, a printed registration form for our conference, and other essential information and resources. Please contact the MNSAA office if your school did not receive this mailing. The joy [...]

Basic Information Report

Beat the rush! File your Basic Information Report before your halls are filled with learners! Follow these instructions... Choose your resource for electronically completing this year's Basic Information Report: Word Form: Download this protected Word document to complete your 2017 Basic Information Report. PDF Form: Choose this protected form if you prefer the pdf version [...]

Welcome Back to School!

Watch for your MNSAA Back to School packet to come your way soon! Enclosed find your Annual Progress Report Response. Also find your Annual Dues invoice, Statement of Compliance, and opportunity to register for our Annual Conference at Our Lady of Grace School in Edina! This year your Basic Information Report will be uploaded electronically through your website portal. In [...]

Register for Annual Conference NOW!

Another exciting Annual Conference is being lined up. Speakers and exhibitors are eagerly preparing to provide you with an exceptional day of professional development, networking, and inspiring you to motivate your team! Visit our Conference page to register, or use this link:  https://www.mnsaa.org/mnsaa-conference/registration/ See you there!!

2017 Annual Progress Responses

All posted Annual Progress Reports were read and responded to in June and July. School principals received a personal email advising of MNSAA's findings and any requirements for follow-up. Schools were also advised of any additional recommendations for further improvement to their APR in the future. All required responses are due on or before October 15, 2017. Please [...]

2017 MNSAA Conference

MNSAA: Inspiring Hope & Enhancing Value   On Friday, November 3, 2017, educators from across Minnesota will come together to engage in a daylong conference. We are honored to once again be hosted by Our Lady of Grace School community. Participants will reflect on school improvement and engage in professional development opportunities. We will focus on school leadership [...]

Accredit Memo – June 2017

During these last days of school, festivities are abundant and the energy of students and teachers is high! It's an exceptional time to celebrate the amazing accomplishments your school community enjoyed during the past year! It is my most sincere hope that our school leaders will take time to step back and reflect on the [...]