Office Hours: 7:30 - 4:00 Phone: (701) 857-4615 Fax: (701) 857-8756 School Hours: 8:35-3:10
PRINCIPAL Karen Gullicks email@example.com
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Deb Martin firstname.lastname@example.org
COUNSELOR Carson Bachmeier email@example.com
Minot Public School District uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. ParentSquare automatically generates an account for each parent, using their preferred email address and phone number. We encourage parents to access their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.
Click here to go to ParentSquare and create your account today!
PowerSchool Parent Portal
Logging out and logging back in is one fix, however deleting the app and reinstalling seems to be the best fix currently.
We have no control over the app. We prefer parents and students to use the website.
McKinley Elementary School has a tradition of offering a well-rounded educational setting in which students are encouraged to become life-long learners. Our mission statement is, "Empower all learners to succeed in a changing world." Our goal is to foster relationships with each and every student and we will do everything possible to also meet each child's social and emotional needs.
This website is created for both the benefit of students and parents. As you browse, we hope you will gain insight into our school and find the information beneficial. If you have any concerns whatsoever, please contact us. Again, welcome to McKinley and thank you for sharing your child with us!
- 2023 Minot High Grand March
- 2022 MHS Graduation Live Stream
- Boundary Realignment
- Bullying Complaint Form
- Bullying Policy
- Bus Services/Transportation
- District Page
- Find Your School - Boundary Map
- MPS Access
- ND Insights
- NDSA DPI Information
- School Board
- School Bond 2021
- Summer School K-5
- Student Handbooks
- Title 1
- Virtual Academy K-12
Teaching Your Children Values
• Be a good role model. Children pay more attention to what we do than what we say. Teach respect, empathy, and courtesy by example.
•Teach children to consider others before themselves. Emphasize that kindness and selflessness are worthy traits.
•Discuss inappropriate behavior. Provide your child with choices so he or she can avoid it.
•Monitor what your child sees and hears; carefully select the television programs and videos your child watches.
•Discuss problems or situations that might be worrying your child. Communicate understanding and willingness to help.
•Most importantly, give your child a loving, caring home environment.
Web Page Accessibility
If you cannot fully access the information on any web page of this site, please let us know the accessibility issue you are having by contacting Deb Martin, Secretary, at 701-857-4615. We will try to provide the information to you in an alternate format and/or make the necessary improvements to make the information accessible.