Wayzata Public Schools will be closed for students through April 30. Online learning will begin for our students on Monday, April 6 following our previously-scheduled spring break. Visit our Coronavirus COVID-19 Response Plan page for more information about Online Learning Plans, Meals for Students in Need, and Childcare for Emergency Personnel. Updated Thursday, April 2 at 10:00 a.m.

About Us

We’ve been part of the Wayzata Public Schools since 1980. Over the years, our community has grown and evolved, but our mission has remained constant — to serve the emerging needs of our students, their families and the broader community. Whether you and your family have lived here for generations or you are new to our community, we welcome you.

Jenni Ebert
Director of Community Ed
763-745-5202
Jennifer.Ebert@wayzataschools.org

Classes (after school, weekday evenings, Saturdays) help adults and kids explore their interests. Wayzata Kids Childcare is available before and after school at our elementary schools. Volunteers can share their talents with our community and schools. Wayzata Early Learning School welcomes newborns to 5-year-olds and their families to learn and connect. Partnerships connect community organizations that care about kids. Facilities can be rented when not being used by the district.