Back to School
July - September
As we approach the beginning of our school year, our calendars and to-do lists become especially full. To help keep you organized, we're aggregating some of the most important calendar and action items right here!
- Upcoming Events
- Immunizations & Medications at School
- Transportation Information
- School Supply Lists
- Lunch & Breakfast Information
Immunizations – No Shots, No School
In order for students to enroll or remain enrolled in elementary or secondary schools, Minnesota state law (Minnesota Statute 121A.15) requires documentation of required immunizations or written proof of exemption. Students will not be allowed to start school or remain in school until the required immunization history or a signed legal exemption is provided to the district. For more information, visit our Health Services page.
Medications at School
All medications, both prescribed and Over-The-Counter (OTC), administered at school requires a medical order from a person who is a licensed authorized prescribing practitioner (physician, physician’s assistant, dentist, podiatrist, osteopath or psychiatrist). Please contact your school health office if you have questions. For more information, visit our Health Services page.
To ensure that your child is assigned to the correct bus and stop, your correct address must be on file with the Wayzata Public Schools Welcome Center. If your family has moved over the summer or is new to the district, please contact the Welcome Center at 763-745-5240 or email@example.com.
Families with current information on file can expect to receive a postcard in the mail with busing information. Change or additions made after may result in being assigned the nearest stop until the route can be adjusted in mid-September.
Families registering by August 2 will receive school mailings, transportation department information and Culinary Express PIN during the first round of mailings.
If your child is transported to or from a different address for childcare before or after school you must complete a Day Care Transportation form.
The Welcome Center is located inside the Wayzata Early Learning School at 17340 County Road 6 in Plymouth (the northeast corner of County Roads 101 and 6).
Please contact the Welcome Center with any questions at 763-745-5240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This school supply list has been compiled by the Central Middle School staff to guide parents in purchasing supplies for their child. School supplies can be brought to school during Open House or, at the latest, on the first day of school. Some school supplies might need to be replenished during the school year. If you need financial assistance, contact your principal at 763-745-6010.
Culinary Express Lunch PINs (Personal Identification Numbers)
Lunch PINs can be found in Skyward Family Access. To obtain your student’s PIN, please go to Skyward Family Access and click on the following:
- Report Cards/Lunch PIN/Att Ltrs
- PIN Number Report
- View Report
Please note: PINs are not being mailed out this summer.
Lunch Account Payments
Payments may be made by credit card via PayPAMS. There is no charge for using this service. To make check payments, please put first and last name of the student on the check and on the envelope and place in the school's payment box before 9:00 a.m.
Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application
The online application can be found at paypams.com. An application must be completed yearly. You do not need to complete an online application if you received confirmation that your family qualified for free lunches through the State of Minnesota's Direct Certification Program (DCRT). Online applications should be completed by August 30, 2019. If you cannot complete the online application, please contact Culinary Express at 763-745-5154.
To complete the Free and Reduced-Priced Meals Application, click the button below, print the application and mail the completed application to:
Wayzata Public Schools
Attn: Culinary Express
17305 19th Ave North
Plymouth, MN 55447
You may also pick up an application at your student's school. An application must be received by August 15 to guarantee benefits for the upcoming school year.
Our active and engaged Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) builds community and supports our student learning in our school.
Our goal is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children. We are dedicated to promoting children’s health, well-being and educational success through strong parent, family and community involvement. We invite the stranger, welcome the newcomer and value and seek input from as wide a spectrum of viewpoints and experiences as possible.