MNPS Statement on Water Quality

We are parents. We work in these buildings. We send our children to these schools. Above all else, the safety of our students and our staff has always been and will always be our first priority. It is a trust we do not take lightly. There is no way we would knowingly leave a potential safety risk to our students and staff uncorrected.

The water testing that our district began in the summer of 2016 was a new and untested process for us as a district. Every step of the way, we have worked in tandem with water quality experts to obtain samples, review the data and implement best practices. This entire program has required learning and adjustments as we go since there are no requirements for school districts to test for lead and there are no standards in place for school districts.

There is nothing we value more than the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We would never knowingly allowed any drinking water source to remain online if it had elevated levels of lead based on the testing protocol.

Results from Summer 2017 testing

Drinking Water Location Disconnection Photos