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Free/low-cost computing and internet service
ISD 271 has many options for students and parents who are in need of low cost internet. Click on the headline for more information.
Student Parking Permits
Access the Parking Permit online system, along with information about permit costs, policy, etc.
Registration Course Guide
2018-19 Admin Talks Video
This admin talks video covers rules and policies for Kennedy High School for the 2018-19 year.
Important Registration Information
FAQs, hybrid course information, credit status checklist, and more can be found here on the Registration page.
Kennedy High School’s Registration Guide is designed to assist you in making decisions that will have a significant impact on your future. The Course Guide provides information about all classes including length of class, description of class, and any prerequisites needed to take a class. Be sure and check the "Registration" link on the left blue navigation sidebar.
Kennedy Student Handbook
The Kennedy Student Handbook is now available for download and viewing. No hard copies will be provided this year, in the district's effort to go more paperless, therefore please resist the urge to print individual copies of this 30-page file.
School Dances now with Academic Expectations
- Before students can purchase Prom tickets they must have passing grades or demonstrate a commitment to improving failing grades.
- School dances are held from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in compliance with the Hennepin County Curfew. Students are not allowed to leave the dance and re-enter.
- Each student may bring one pre-approved guest.
- No guest will be admitted without prior approval, even with a paid dance ticket.
- Guests must present a valid school ID or photo ID to the chaperone prior to gaining entry into the dance.
- Guest age limit is 19 years old or younger for Sadie Hawkins and 20 years old for Prom.
- Kennedy students are responsible for their guest. If their guest is asked to leave the dance for any reason, the Kennedy student will also need to leave.
There has been a change to academic lettering procedures. There is no longer an application process for academic lettering. Students will receive a letter in the mail if a student qualifies for academic lettering. This will be determined at the end of each year. At the end of this academic year, letters will be awarded only to seniors in the spring. Ninth, 10th, and 11th graders will receive their academic letters next fall (based on previous academic year's grades). Next year academic lettering will be open for 9-11 graders only, with academic letters being presented at the end of the year.
2019 Kennedy & Jefferson Prom
Information about location, themes, purchasing tickets, registering guests, and more.
AVID has arrived at Kennedy! If you are an incoming 9th grader this fall, visit the AVID information page to find out more. AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination. This academic program prepares students for college success. AVID places academically average students in advanced classes, with the goal of encouraging students to ambitiously pursue college.
The College Possible program was started three years ago to help Kennedy students prepare for college entrance. Visit the College Possible web page for more info.
Eastside Edition Student Newspaper
Eastside Edition is Kennedy High School's student run newspaper. Click on the link to check out the Eastside Edition website, including current and previous editions.
Golden Torch Award Winners
Each trimester, Kennedy faculty members recognize two deserving students from each academic area. The students chosen show exceptional academic achievement or significant improvement.
Bloomington's Online Moodle Space gives access to curriculum and resources for online, hybrid, and even some regular courses offered at Jefferson. Click on the link and use your server login information to access your class page.
Bloomington Summer Math Website
The Bloomington Summer Math Program website includes Khan Academy videos and practice problems. Reviewing and practicing these math skills will be essential for success in the math classes that students will be starting in the fall.
Bloomington Public School's Driver Education program is now collaborating with A+ Driving School to provide students more classroom instruction options. Check out their website for more information.