By executive order of Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, all Minnesota public schools will be closed to students through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. However, starting on Monday, March 30th students are expected to continue their education through “distance learning.” We have been in communication with Paladin students and families to help guide them through what this will look like. For detailed information, please review Paladin’s Distance Learning Plan.
We will continue to keep you informed as we navigate these uniquely challenging times. We’ve got your back – thanks for having ours.
- 4.13.2020 – Paladin Distance Learning Memo
- 3.29.2020 – Paladin Distance Learning Memo
- 3.20.2020 – Paladin Distance Learning Memo
- 3.16.2020 – Paladin Distance Learning Memo
- 3.15.2020 – Q-and-A on School Closure
Other Resource and Website Links:
- Minnesota Department of Education (MDE)
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
Staying Connected — Many internet service providers have reduced or free access to the internet for qualifying families. Let us know if you need support getting internet. Please start the process here:
As always, our first priority is the safety and well-being of our students. We also want to ensure every child has access to the education they need and deserve.
Food & Nutrition Support
For information about Student Nutrition support and school lunch/breakfast availability, click here to identify the location in your resident school district where you can be served.
- Second Harvest Heartland
- Hunger Solutions
- Anoka County Food Shelves
- ACBC food shelf: 763-422-0046
- SACA: 763-789-2444
- Food Programs & Restaurants
- Food List Cont’d
- Twin Cities restaurants providing free kids’ meals during coronavirus school closures
- Food info by school district
- SNAP benefits