Parent Resources

At Olson Middle School, we are proud to partner with families and the greater community to ensure the best possible education for all our students. Use the resources below to learn how you can be more involved.

  • The Parent Portal gives parents and guardians access to view your child’s grades and transcript, see your child’s schedule, monitor your child's attendance and more. 
  • State of the School provides information about the current state of the school, as well as sharing goals and strategies for imporvement.
  • Enrichment Opportunities for Students provides additional opportunties for your child outside of the regular school day
  • 2018-2019 Title I Information Packet explains your rights in a Title I school & includes a guide to state and district testing
  • 2018-2019 Title I Information Packet in Hmong 2018-2019 Title I Phau Ntawv Qhia rau Cov Tsevneeg 
  • 2018-2019 Title I Information Packet in Spanish 2018-2019 Paquete Informativo para las Familias de Título I
  • Nutrition Services has information on lunch menus and free/reduced price lunch applications.
  • Health Services has information on the vaccinations your child may need for school.
  • The CPEO program is designed to support the district's strategic plan by providing parents with the necessary tools and skills to develop strong and positive home-school partnerships that build trusting relationships for supporting the academic achievement of students.
  • The Transportation Department can help you with any questions or concerns you may have around busing.
  • Internet Guidelines is a page from the MPS IT Services Department that offers safety tips, student internet use policies and more.
  • Teaching & Learning is focused on ensuring that every student, in every classroom, has access to engaging instruction and the opportunity to excel.
  • Naviance My Life Plan is a post-secondary planning graduation requirement for the class of 2010 and beyond.  In middle school, students will learn how to make successful transitions, explore careers, and make academic plans based on possible career paths.