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Thank you for your valiant efforts keeping learners and staff safe in your schools. The challenges you are facing every hour of every day are undoubtedly often discouraging. Yet, MNSAA sincerely believes your leadership is essential and is supporting all the learners, staff, and families you serve. You have our support for your efforts. Find [...]
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Legal, Health and Safety Requirements MNSAA requires our schools to remain in compliance with specifically identified statutes, laws and safety requirements. Annually, schools advise MNSAA that they are in compliance when filing your Basic Information Report. When a school is visited by an onsite team, evidence of compliance is checked onsite. We are pleased to [...]
Check out what's happening at MNSAA. Find our September Accredit Memo newsletter here.
Mentors have been assigned to the new principals in our Association to support your work with our compliance requirements and accreditation processes and protocols. Watch for your training opportunity soon!
School communities will have the opportunity to continue their scheduled onsite visit for accreditation renewal through 2020. These modified visits will maintain the integrity of the accreditation process while being sensitive to the current situation that schools are functioning under. Schools will be required to host an onsite team limited to 1 to 3 members [...]
Association schools accreditation certificates were mailed in early August. Watch for a large white envelope from MNSAA. Contact Director Mueller if your school has not received it.
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".