Super Kids – Super Sharing Program

CMSW Student Council is leading a school project called Super Kids – Super Sharing to support local children in need. They are looking for donations of gently-used or new items such as books, sports equipment, school supplies, games, and used cell phones.  Please bring items to the office by Tuesday, January 16th. Contact Erinn Flowers with questions at or 952-556-7472. Click this link for more information: Click here for more information in Spanish:... read more

ECCS #Stigma 180 – free Speaker Series

Eastern Carver County School’s free #Stigma 180 Speakers Series supporting mental health will cover a wide range of topics including Drug use awareness; Supporting teens with suicidal behavior; Managing stress and depression; Attention, learning and memory, and more. Parents, staff, students and community members are invited. All speakers are free. Click on this link for more information: Stigma 180 Speakers Series Winter – Spring 2018 read more

Metro Transit Assistance Program

The Transit Assistance Program (TAP) makes public transit more affordable for low-income residents in eastern Carver County.  Click on this link for more information:  Transit Assistance Program Flyer read more

Ellis Island Experience for 6th graders – Volunteers Needed

Volunteer Opportunity for the Ellis Island Experience!  On January 26, 2018 Pioneer Ridge Middle School will be transformed into Ellis Island.  On that day middle school students from West and throughout the district will travel to Ellis Island and experience the challenges of entering through the busiest immigration center of the United States at the turn of the century.  To make this simulation a great learning experience we need around 200 volunteers.  As a volunteer your commitment on that day would be from about 8:45am – 11:40am.  If you are interested in volunteering please click on the link below for more information and to sign up.  Ellis Island Information and Volunteer Sign Up George Peoples, 6th Grade U.S. History... read more

CMSW Veterans Day on KARE11 News

The annual CMSW Veterans Day celebration was a meaningful experience for all. With performances by the bands, choirs, orchestra, student and guest speeches, our students learned about respecting our veterans and appreciating their sacrifices.  KARE11 joined us — click this link to their news story: read more