Invoices were sent to schools via the administrator's email address. Dues are based on a school's enrollment at the close of the last academic year. Contact Director Mueller if your invoice has been lost.
This month's edition of our Association's newsletter is now available. Click here for the August 2020 "Accredit Memo".
Due to the challenges presented to schools by COVID-19, the MNSAA Conference has been postponed until the Spring of 2021. Watch for details to arrive in early winter.
Now Available! Use these resources for drafting this year's report. 2020 Annual Progress Report Template: Use this protected document to develop your APR due on June 15, 2020. 2020 Instructions for APR: Detailed instructions needed for your 2020 APR. Particularly useful for those who are filing for the first time. Electronic Filing Instructions: Required for [...]
Your MNSAA Board of Directors works hard to ensure that our services are provided at an affordable cost to every Minnesota nonpublic school who desires accreditation with local and ongoing over site and support. At a recent Board Retreat, an analysis of our income avenues and expenses resulted in a change in our dues structure [...]
MNSAA has now opened the opportunity for schools to add preschool accreditation to their existing accredited program before the planned expiration date. Interested schools need to have preschools operated as a part of their existing academic program and not provided by an outside or for-profit source. Preschools must be licensed by the Minnesota Department of [...]
One of MNSAA’s requirements is for schools to report annually to their stakeholders. 4.07 ANNUAL REPORT TO STAKEHOLDERS: The school annually provides a state-of-the-school report to stakeholders that at a minimum communicates progress on strategic initiatives and plans for future improvement. A quality state-of-the-school report will include assessment results, use of financial resources and enrollment [...]
Join us at Shakopee Area Catholic School on Friday, November 13, 2020 for the 2020 MNSAA Conference. We are delighted that our SACS friends invited us back again this year. The school is accessible from many routes, has ample parking space, is great for exhibitors, and best of all – the team has the heart to [...]
MNSAA 3.07 – Supporting Health Requirements* MNSAA schools are required to obtain documentation of any known allergy from students’ parent or legal guardian or the source of medical care. If a learner has a known allergy, the school must maintain current information about the allergy in the student’s record and develop an individual care plan. [...]
The New Year Brings New Opportunities! MNSAA is excited to officially announce that our accreditation standards, process and protocols have been approved by the Minnesota Department of Human Services Child Care Assistance Program! This approval illustrates the rigor and quality that our association requires to meet the status of accreditation. DHS advises us that our requirements [...]