The Bryn Mawr neighborhood is home to two Minneapolis public schools. Students pre K to grade 8 can walk to school with their family and friends to join with students from around Minneapolis who also attend both Anwatin Middle School: International Baccalaureate World School: Spanish Dual Immersion, and Bryn Mawr Community School, grades pre K-5.

 

Anwatin Middle School: International Baccalaureate World School: Spanish Dual Immersion develops young people to become principled, open-minded, inquiring members of a global community.

  • Serves students in grades 6 – 8.
  • Partners with Project Success for mentoring, environmental and theater experiences
  • Offers band, foreign language, and sports teams

 

 

Bryn Mawr Community School is a warm and diverse learning community, taking pride in making individualized learning and academic excellence the top priority.  At Bryn Mawr, the emphasis is on academic rigor with high expectations for all students.

  • Serves students pre K – grade 5
  • Provides before and after school care
  • Offers science, engineering and math experiences

 

 

The BMNA Schools Committee informs the BMNA about timely educational issues.

Purpose of the BMNA Schools Committee:

  • Advise the BMNA on educational issues affecting the Bryn Mawr neighborhood and the city at large
  • Support Bryn Mawr Community School and Anwatin Middle School
  • Support Minneapolis Kids and Community Education Programs
  • Facilitate discussion about educational choices offered to the families in the neighborhood.
  • Increase the safety of schools and enhance existing playground

The BMNA School Committee meets three times a year, Meetings are public and printed in the Bugle calendar.

For more information, contact Lynda Shaheen, Committee Chair, lyndashaheen@bmna.org

 

 

School volunteer opportunities right here in our neighborhood schools!

 

Sheridan Story Weekend Food Program

Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, in conjunction with Sheridan Story, distribute weekend food bags at Bryn Mawr and Anwatin Schools.  Weekends can be a challenging time for kids who benefit from the free breakfast and lunch the school provides during the week.  Every Friday, and days before school breaks, volunteers at Bryn Mawr and Anwatin spend an hour placing food bags in students’ backpacks.  The pre-packed bags weigh between 3-5 pounds.

For more information and sign up for Bryn Mawr Community School:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050b4cacab28a02-201718

 

More information and sign up for Anwatin Middle School:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050b4cacab28a02-2017181

 

 

Reading Buddies at Anwatin School

Anwatin Middle School needs volunteers to share the joy of reading with 8th-grade students who would benefit from individual attention.

Contact Lynda Shaheen at lyndashaheen@bmna.org  for more information.

 

 

 

Minneapolis Public Schools contact Information

 

Bryn Mawr Community School (PreK – 5)

252 Upton Avenue South

612-668-2500

http://brynmawr.mpls.k12.mn.us

 

Bryn Mawr Community School PTA website https://sites.google.com/site/brynmawrcommunityschool/

 

Minneapolis Kids School-age Childcare (at Bryn Mawr School)

612-668-3890

http://mplskids.mpls.k12.mn.us

 

Anwatin Middle School (6-8) International Baccalaureate & Spanish Dual Immersion

256 Upton Avenue South

612-668-24550

http://anwatin.mpls.k12.mn.us

 

Anwatin Community Education for Youth and Adults

612-668-2470

http://youth.mpls.k12.mn.us/anwatin

 

Click here for a list of Minneapolis Public School Board Members. Bryn Mawr is represented by Bob Walser, District 4 bob.walser@mpls.k12.mn.us