2020-2021 Hybrid Learning Plans:
Minnehaha Hybrid Learning Plan
Two Harbors High School Hybrid Learning Plan
William Kelley Hybrid Learning Plan
2020-2021 Welcome Back Letter For Parents
Back to School Blueprint (Video)
Back to School Blueprint (Full Details)
Covid-19 Health and Safety Letter
Chromebooks:Required Home Use Agreement and Optional Insurance Policy
Hotspots: Required Home Use Agreement and Optional Insurance Policy
Minnehaha Daily Operations for Parents
Minnehaha Distance Learning Handbook
Minnehaha Student/Parent Handbook
THHS Welcome Back Letter
THHS Student/Parent Handbook
WKHS Distance Learning Parent Letter
WKHS Hybrid Learning Parent Letter
WKHS Student/Parent Handbook
Arrowhead Library System – How to apply for a library card
Nurse’s Office: Coronavirus/COVID- 19 Health Information & Updates
Driver’s Education Safety Plan
School Picture Day: Lifetouch Covid-19 Photography Protocals 2020
Technology Support Request Form
Wifi: Free Public WiFi locations
COVID-19 Testing Update:
The Minnesota Department of Health announced today that a community COVID-19 testing event will be happening this week in Duluth. The Duluth COVID-19 saliva testing site will open on Sept. 23. It is the first saliva testing site in Minnesota, with plans to open more across the state.Testing is free and open to all Minnesotans who believe they need a COVID-19 test. You do not need identification or insturance.
If you have insurance, you may be asked for it so the state can bill the insurance company. If you do not have insurance or insurance doesn’t cover some or all of the cost, the state will cover the difference so testing remains completely free to everyone.The saliva test is comfortable to take and is self-administered, meaning the person taking the test does it themselves with instructions. This means it can be done without in-person interactions. Register for an appointment time, if possible. Walk-ins are also welcome. Please check the following site for more information.
Interactive WiFi Map: Through a partnership between CTC & NESC, an interactive map has been created that shows public WiFi locations. As more sites come online they will get added.
Click here to find public WiFi access in our community
St. Louis County Residents: Please help us with this survey! In an effort to determine the level of our rural broadband connectivity in St Louis County, we ask that you take 1 minute to run this simple speed test. Click on the link:
Let the test run and you are finished. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and this will hopefully lead to better broadband in the near future. Thank you for your time and cooperation. We will likely be doing one for Lake County in the near future as well.
Mental Health Resources for Parents and Students