Spanish Immersion program coming to Eisenhower Elementary

¡Hola! We're opening a Spanish Immersion program at Eisenhower Elementary.
January 06, 2020

Join us at our Spanish Immersion Information Session!
Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020 from 6-7 p.m.
Eisenhower Elementary, 1001 Hwy 7, Hopkins
*Child care is available at the event.

Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020 from 10 a.m. -11 a.m. 
Eisenhower Elementary, 1001 Hwy 7, Hopkins
*Child care is available at the event. 

Monday, Jan. 27 from 6-7 p.m.
Ramsgate Apartments’ Community Room, 421 Van Buren Ave N, Hopkins
Spanish and Somali interpreters will be available at this event.

Se les anima a los estudiantes que hablan español a aplicar.
Spanish speaking students strongly encouraged to apply.

Calling all global scholars! 
We are excited to offer incoming kindergartners a Spanish Immersion program at Eisenhower Elementary. This option complements the existing English and Chinese immersion pathways already in place and fits into our larger vision to develop holistic, global thinkers at Eisenhower Elementary. Busing is available for all students who live in the Hopkins School District. 

Committed to creating students of the world 
Creating students of the world is not only an aspiration of our Vision 2031 strategic plan, it is an economic imperative. There is much research that suggests a multilingual workforce is critical to American competitiveness. Vision 2031 calls for cultivating students who are globally-minded, confident, empathetic and have their own voice. We will leverage language as we develop these traits in students — because language is powerful. 

Are you interested in enrolling in our Spanish Immersion program? 
Apply online at HopkinsSchools.org/enroll or in person at our Welcome Center, 1001 Hwy. 7, Hopkins. For more information about enrollment please call 952-988-4110. Program questions can be directed to Molly Wieland, District Immersion Coordinator, at 952-988-4038 or Molly.Wieland@hopkinsschools.org

The deadline for the initial placement process is January 31. Space is limited. If there are more applicants than space available, a lottery will be held.

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