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HIA News & Annoucements: 

HIA African American Family Involvement Week of Events

HIA Families,

If you click on the title there are events happening starting today Feb. 10-12 celebrating African American Parent Involvement Week.  This is an opportunity to see celebrate the African American Culture virtually.  

Principal Payton’s Black History Bitmoji Classroom

Principal Payton's Bit Moji Classroom

HIA Families,

Click on the link above to Principal Payton's Bit Moji Classroom.  There you can learn about Historically Black College Universtities (HBCU) and other information about Black History and the impact it has made in our world.

HIA Health and Safety Plan 2021

HIA Families,

Attached is a document to the HIA Health and Safety Plan for the rest of the 2021 school year for in person learning.  We want you all to understand that it is the schools and districts best interest to keep your child safe.  If you have any questions feel free to contact the school at 612-668-2250. Click on the title for attachment.


2020-2021 Google Sites Link To Teachers Classrooms and Sections


We have created a Google Sites page to help you navigate through and find your child's classroom that they should be attending this year.  This will be away for child to easily navigate each day and be able to attend the class they should be in.  There will be other important info also added to this page.  If you have any questions feel free to the call the office at 612-668-2250.  Let make it a great year!

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HIA 2021-2022 Bell Schedule

Dear families of Hmong International Academy,

We wanted to bring to your attention that next year, for the 2021-22 school year Hmong International Academy will have a new bell (school start and end) time of 8:00am-2:30pm.
At their November 10 meeting, the MPS Board of Education voted to approve the proposed bell time schedule beginning school year 2021-22. The Board of Education is confident the approved schedule can meet the goals of:
         Increasing participation in after-school programming particularly for those schools with a higher concentration of families receiving educational benefits as this has been shown to have a direct correlation to student achievement and sense of belonging.
         Reducing transportation costs so that savings can be reinvested into the classroom.
         Improving on-time arrivals at schools.
If you have any questions about this change, please let us know by contacting the school.
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