School Info
Matoska International School
2530 Spruce Place
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Phones: 651-653-2847
Fax: 651-653-2849
Attendance: 651-653-2848
School Hours: 9:15 - 3:40
Office Hours: 7:45 - 4:15
Principal: John Leininger

Webmaster: Carolyn Kay

School News & Events
While we are still taking enrollment for grades 2-5 for the 2017-2018 school year our Kindergarten and 1st grades are currently full. Continue reading...
Would you love to help children grow their reading skills and succeed in school? CONTINUE READING....
MCA and MAP Testing dates. CONTINUE READING...
Grades K-5 - Notes to help you as you choose your child’s school supplies. The following supplies are recommended. Items that are shared are indicated as “shared” items.
Our Lost & Found is really starting to accumulate. Please take a moment at conferences to look through the items in hopes of claiming some of your child's belongings. We do not have the room to store lost and found items, therefore all items will be donated over MEA break.
It is that time of year again and your Matoska staff is looking ahead to creating classroom groupings for the 2017-18 school year. CONTINUE READING...
This is an event for our new incoming Kindergartners for the 2017-2018 school year. Continue reading...
Parent Teacher conferences are the evenings of April 10 and 12. This is a great way to connect CONTINUE READING...
Picture day is coming soon, order your pictures online today. Continue reading....
Every hero starts somewhere. In comic books, in movies, but in real life they come in all shapes, sizes and colors. The are Trustworthy, Loyal and Brave. Heroes - ordinary youth doing extraordinary things. There will be a information meeting on Thursday, September 22 from 6:00-7:00 at school.
This is a great family fun event and great way to get to know your community! Continue Reading...
The PTO is looking for items to create baskets for the basket drawing at MatoskaFest. Each grade will have a designated theme. Continue reading...
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