Pillsbury is a K-5 community school in beautiful northeast Minneapolis. Sharing our diverse and nurturing community are: Autism:  Kindergarten - second grade, Comprehensive Learning for Academic and Social Success (CLASS), and half-day High-5 classrooms.

 


Our Mission

 

We are a safe, challenging, nurturing learning community striving to meet the individual needs of students and families.

We will educate, motivate and provide opportunities to develop skills and acquire knowledge through quality instruction and leadership,

So all are engaged and successful in their ongoing education, life-long learners and productive, respectful, global citizen.

 


 

Pillsbury Pride News

 

Pillsbury Fall Fundraiser

Pillsbury Community School is kicking off its Fall Fundraiser with the purpose of raising money to pay for our field trip busses, field trip expenses, classroom and office supplies. Your participation is appreciated! 

Click on Clubs Choice Fundraising Enter our Online School Code: PILL11 when you checkout. 

FREE SHIPPING for all orders of $60 or more. Online orders are shipped vie FedEx to your home.

Order Pickup Day: Thursday, December 4th  3:00-5:00 pm in the Cafeteria

Online Scholastic Book Fair!

If you didn't get a chance to shop at our Book Fair at school here is another opportunity to shop online!

The book fair is a great way to get everyone excited about reading and every purchase benefits our school. All online orders ship to Pillsbury for FREE. Thank you for supporting our book fair.

Click on our Online Book Fair!

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program!

The theme for November’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) is ORANGE fruits and veggies!  Learn more about  November’s snack menu by looking  FFVP menu, newsletter, and educational materials on the MPS FFVP School Nutrition website!

Pillsbury Pedal Power

ELL teacher Mark Trumper had an idea that after school classes for English learners could be much more hands on. What if there were field trips every day? What if there was a service learning component? Trumper, ELL teacher Maureen Colleran, and Art teacher Susan Tuck teamed up to write multiple grants to fund a fleet of bicycles to take students on field trips all over the city. This innovative after school class began in early September with 8 junior coaches and ELL teacher who could learn advanced bicycling skills and teach their peers. Read about it...

Read about Pillsbury in the StarTribune!

Minneapolis school's gains prompt tweaks in district strategies

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