Due to the weather Sleepy Eye public schools will be closed Friday January 15th, and will have a digital day until 12:30 PM


Spelling Bee date has been changed to Wednesday, January 27th- Click here for more information

Geography Bee has been Cancelled

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Walkers are not allowed into the building.

Thank you for your cooperation!


Parents Please Read - MN Dept. of Health School Guide for Covid-19 - New Release -- 1/12/21


Livestream Indian Events All Year


Sleepy Eye Public Schools Virtual Learning Expectations


Sports Registration


Free Breakfast and Lunch for all Students






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Important Information and Links


Early Out Schedule for January and February 2021


An important notice to all parents of Sleepy Eye Public School from Superintendent, Mr. John Cselovszki - Covid Related Information


A letter to Parents - Free and Reduced Lunch Application


The Minnesota Department of Human Services is now offering additional funds for the families of children ages 5 to 18 who qualify for free and reduced-price meals. This new program, called Pandemic EBT (P-EBT), will provide $325 per child that families can use to purchase nutritious food for their household. Families with children who received free or reduced-price meals at school, and who were between the ages of 5 and 18 on September 1, 2019, may qualify. Benefits are available to two groups: 

  • Families receiving Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits on March 18, 2020. Benefits for these families were issued automatically and appeared on their EBT balance on May 30, 2020. These families do not need to take any further action.
  • Families receiving free or reduced-price school meals, but not SNAP or MFIP benefits. These families need to fill out a . Families can apply between June 8, 2020, and June 30, 2020. If approved, families will receive a P-EBT card in the mail, which will arrive with the funds preloaded.

Families in need of assistance accessing or using their P-EBT benefits are urged to contact the P-EBT Hotline at 651-431-4050 or 800-657-3698. 

If your family or someone you know needs additional ongoing assistance accessing healthy foods, please contact your local tribal or county human services office, visit ApplyMN, or call the Minnesota Food HelpLine at 888-711-1151.


Mental Health Resources - Keeping our mental-wellness in check during this distance learning experience is important!  If needed, here is a list of Mental Health Resources available in our community and county.


2020-2021 School Year Calendar





Sleepy Eye Elementary is still looking for volunteers for Junior Achievement. If you are interested please contact Chelsey Mason-email:  chelsey@jaum.org


State of Minnesota Report Card on Sleepy Eye Public School

Standards Based Learning and Grading Presentation by Garnet Hillman

Restrictive Procedures Plan