If your child is transported to and from a non-public school at your expense and is eligible for reimbursement, you may, through your school of attendance, request reimbursement for transportation to the boundary of district residence. Minnesota State Law specifies that students who attend non-public schools are due transportation services or reimbursement to the district boundary. TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR REIMBURSEMENT A. Student must live more than 1 mile (elementary) and over 2 miles (secondary walking distance from school). B. When transportation is not offered by the student’s school district of residence. C. Student must be a resident of the district from which reimbursement is claimed. D. Student has attended non-public school more than 20 days and not attended the district school more than 20 days during the same school year. E. Parent has submitted a signed request to the non-public school at the beginning of the year, no later than 30 days after the beginning of school. F. Transportation will either be arranged by the non-public school or by the parent. If the parent is providing the transportation, it will be the responsibility of the parent to assure that the student is transported safely with adequate insurance kept in force, a qualified licensed driver and a vehicle in safe operating condition.
Please read our updated Attendance Policy (section 2 in the online Heilicher Handbook), including new rules about tardiness and absences.
Request for Textbooks, Standardized Tests, and Individual Instructional Materials. Services Provided by St. Louis Park School District.
The State of Minnesota has authorized local public school districts to loan textbooks, standardized tests, and individualized instructional materials to pupils attending a nonpublic school (including home schools), established and operating within the school district boundaries. These materials must be secular in nature, designed primarily for individual use by the pupil in a particular class or program in the school the pupil regularly attends.
My initials below hereby verify that the textbooks and individualized instructional material requested are to be used by the student(s) named above in a course of instruction in that pupil’s elementary or secondary school.
District Pupil Health Services Provided by St. Louis Park School District
The State of Minnesota has authorized local public school districts to allow pupils attending a nonpublic school (including home schools), established and operating within the school district boundaries, access to the existing district Pupil Health Services program.
My initials below indicate my request that the district's Pupil Health Services program be made available to the above student(s) this school year.
District Secondary Guidance/Counseling Services Provided by St. Louis Park School District
The State of Minnesota has authorized local public school districts to allow pupils attending a nonpublic school (including home schools), established and operating within the school district boundaries, access to the existing district Secondary Pupil Guidance and Counseling Services program. (7th & 8th Grade Only.)
My initials below indicate my request that the district's Secondary Pupil Guidance and Counseling Services Program be made available to the above student(s) this school year.
Donations to the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), Teacher Appreciation, and the Hesed Committee (which supports families at times of illness or loss, or following the birth or adoption of a child) help make our Heilicher community stronger. We suggest a contribution of $36/family. Please use the drop-down below to make your tax-deductible gift, which will be deducted from the account on file in your next auto-withdrawal.
Get involved in the Heilicher community! Whether as a committee member, a classroom parent, a parent ambassador, event volunteer, or through involvement with the Annual Benefit, there is a place for everyone to contribute. We strongly encourage all parents to take on some volunteer role annually. Volunteering is not limited to parents--we welcome grandparents, caregivers, and extended family, too.
Please review this list of all-school volunteer opportunities and sign up early and often.