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Shift to Distance Learning: 11/28-11/30

Our team has been keeping a close eye on illness-based scholar and teacher absences at NMA. Through further assessment and with the guidance of MDH, MDE and the CDC, our leadership team has made the executive decision to move to a distance learning model starting Monday, November 28th to Wednesday, November 30. This decision was made to ensure that all our scholars, staff members, teachers and community members are safe and well.

Scholars in K-5 will have educational materials sent home in a packet and scholars in grades 6-8 will be sent home with assignments on their google classrooms on Tuesday November 22, 2022. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our front office at 763-235-7900.

Toys for Tots Registration

New Millennium Academy (NMA) has partnered with Marine Corps Reserve to give back to our community. Toys for Tots is a free-gifting program geared to “bring the joy” of the holidays to all American children from 1 month to 14 years old.

To register, please complete this form by 12:00pm, Friday November 18th, 2022. If your application is approved, you will receive a call from us. We will not be taking any registration forms after Friday November 18th at 12:00pm, no exceptions, as spaces are limited. 

Note: If you register with us and are approved, you cannot register with any other distributors such as other programs for Toys for Tots or Operation Joy.

How to Pick-Up Toys:
1) Complete this form by 12:00pm, Friday November 18th, 2022.
2) If approved you will receive an email or text from NMA on directions, date and time on toys pick up. All toys will be held at NMA (5105 Brooklyn Blvd Center, MN 55429).
3) Bring with you an identification that states your full name and address. Information must match application.

Do Not Send Any Products Containing Nuts with Your Scholar to School

Dear Parent/Guardians,

Occasionally a health concern arises in a school setting that requires enlisting the support of parent/guardians and classmates to help make the classroom a safe and healthy place for all. This letter is to inform you that some scholars have severe food allergies, including allergies to peanuts/tree nuts and dairy. For them, strict avoidance of the allergens is the only way to prevent a life-threatening allergic reaction.

We are asking for your assistance in providing these students with a safe learning environment. The biggest concern is peanuts/tree nuts. Even touching a small amount of a product or accidental ingestion containing these allergens could result in a life-threatening situation that requires emergency medical treatment. To reduce the risk of exposure in the classroom and lunchroom, we are asking that you not send any products containing nuts with your scholar to school.

We believe all families understand a parent’s concern about safety and will join us in ensuring that the school environment is safe for all scholars. If you have any questions regarding ingredient lists, safe snacks, or other questions, please feel free to call or email us. Thanks for your help in making this a safe and fun year for all of our scholars!