Student & Family School Resources
(to help parents self-screen children before sending them to school)
For People in Schools, Youth, and Child Care Programs
The school district greatly appreciates the community support that was evident based on the positive outcome of the bond referendum election, with 1630 “yes” votes to 1512 “no” votes. This is a great day for the children of our community and the future of our school district. Our school district is committed to building school facilities that will serve our community and students into the future and will be a source of community pride.
Vote 2019 Fast Facts –
Click Here to View Fast Facts Information Page
Click Here to View Fast Facts in Spanish
Click Here to View Podcast (#MuchInHutch)
Click Here to View Fast Facts Presentation
Click Here to View West Elementary Concept
Click Here to View Park Elementary Concept
Frequently Asked Questions –
Many residents have similar questions. Use the link below to learn more about the bond referendum.
Property Tax Quick Reference Chart –
Property Tax Information Site with Tax Calculator –
This site provides information for taxpayers of the Hutchinson School District regarding how the District’s proposed bond referendum will affect their property taxes. The site was prepared by the District’s financial advisors, Ehlers, in cooperation with the District. If you have questions about the information within the site, you may call Ehlers at 651-697-8522.
Public Hearings –
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Park Elementary Auditorium
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
West Elementary Cafeteria
Sample Ballot –
Absentee/Early Voting –
If you are not available to vote on Election Day, November 5, it is easy to request and vote by absentee ballot.
The Hutchinson Public School District is needing all parents/guardians to review/update the information that is currently in our Student Information database. In part, the federal government is requiring all of the nation’s school districts to include some new data fields that we need to collect. This is mandatory for all current and new families in order for your children to have an enrollment with us for the 2019-20 school year.
- You are encouraged to complete this update on a computer; mobile devices are not recommended.
- Log into your Parent Portal first, then select the option that reads “Online Registration” at the bottom left of the home screen. This will direct you to the Online Registration and Verification portal.
- Click “Begin Registration”.
- At the end of each student verification there are Release Agreements that pertain to each school. These agreements can be electronically signed and are required to be reviewed every year.
Special note: only one legal guardian can complete the Online Registration. Guardians in separate households can verify this data under Household Information & Family Members in Campus Parent Portal.
Have questions or need to set up a Parent Portal account? Call 320-587-2860 or stop in to our District Office.
Please complete the verification process through your Parent Portal account by Friday, May 31st.
Tour Hutchinson High School April 25, 2019
The Hutchinson High School will be open to the community for self-guided tours on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:30 pm. Members of the Board of Education, high school students and staff will be available to visit and answer questions.
Courtesy of HCVN, Hutchinson Community Video Network
Tiger Time Challenge
Saturday, May 21, 2016
Hutchinson High School
New for 2016
Tiger Cub Challenge – Kids 6 – 13 years old
Special pricing for students and groups
Hutchinson FFA and ISD 423 School Foundation
Check out all the detail and register online:
During the winter months, I encounter the challenging task of deciding if we should have school during inclement weather conditions. After contacting area weather and road condition experts, I make this decision in the best interest of student safety.
Student Absences Due to Weather:
Parents always have the right to keep their children home because of weather conditions. If you feel that road conditions or weather conditions make it unsafe for your children to attend, please have them remain at home. Students will be able to make up any work missed. Please call your child’s school and advise them of the reason your child will be absent that day.
School Closing Information: (No school, late starts, etc.)
For weather-related closings tune to the radio and TV stations listed below or refer to the home page on the district website at www.isd423.org. Please do not call the radio/TV stations or the schools. We need to keep our school lines open.
KDUZ 1260 AM
KARP 106.9 FM
WCCO 830 AM
KMSP FOX 9
“No school” means all students are excused from attending (Pre-K-12, including ALC). It also means that any extra-curricular practices or contests are canceled.
Early School Closing Information: (School closing earlier than usual because a storm is moving in or weather conditions have become worse.)
Closing time will be expressed in terms of number of hours early (e.g. 2 hours early means that if your student normally arrives home at 3:30 pm and school is let out two hours early due to inclement weather, your student will arrive home at approximately 1:30 pm). Please be mindful that bus transportation may be delayed due to the inclement weather and road conditions.
Bus routes will run the same as other days but will be earlier. In the extreme case where buses are unable to transport students, these students will be sheltered in the school until the parents/or guardians pick them up or other arrangements are made.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding regarding this important matter.
Superintendent of Schools
The school district greatly appreciates the overwhelming community support that was evident based on the positive outcome of the bond referendum election, with 2,807 “yes” votes to 662 “no” votes. This is a great day for the children of our community and the future of our school district. Our school district is committed to building enduring school facilities that will serve our community and students into the future and will serve as a source of community pride.
The Hutchinson community cares about children, values education, and takes pride in their schools. The District would like to take this opportunity to thank all that supported the bond referendum and more importantly, supported the children of our community.