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Wayzata Public Schools will be closed for students for the remainder of the school year. Online learning began for our students on Monday, April 6. 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 23 at 3:28 p.m.
Partners for Healthy Kids

We bring together leaders from the education, healthcare, business, non-profit, religious, and civic sectors to support the health and well-being of Wayzata Public Schools' kids and their families.


Annie McDaniels
Partners for Healthy Kids Specialist

Through funding, promotion, and coordination of focused programs and services, we work to improve the social, emotional, educational, and economic outcomes of children and families in our community. Our current priorities are:

  • Early Childhood: Access to high quality early childhood care, family support and parent education for low-income families.
  • Mental Health: Intervention and early identification services for students E-12 who are at risk of mental/chemical health issues, utilizing school linked mental health programs.
  • Positive Youth Development: In/out of school time, including summer programs.