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During this afternoon workshop, parents or other caregivers--and the youth they care about--have a chance to explore how to better communicate with each other. We will start with a meal together, then parents and youth will separate out. Parents will participate in a workshop on raising sexually healthy kids called "It's That Easy", and youth will be led in activities and discussions around sexuality and healthy relationships, learning what information they'd like to have from home. Everyone will come back together for a connecting activity that makes conversations about sexuality much easier going forward!

This workshop is FREE, and includes lunch and all materials.You will also go home with Heather Corinna's book "All About S.E.X., The All-You-Need-To-Know Guide to Get You Through High School and College", a string bag of swag from the Annex Teen Clinic, and...a gift-card raffle will end the day!

Join us, and pass the word on to your family, friends, neighbors, anyone raising teenagers. But HURRY...registration will be capped at 30 people, so save your spot ASAP!

Saturday, October 14th, from noon-3pm at the Annex Teen Clinic

Please register for this event HERE



Any questions about this event, please contact:

Linda Madson

Sexuality Educator

Direct: 763-235-1983 ext. 4915

Cell:  612-747-5957

Clinic: 763-533-1316

Linda’s Gender Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


5810 42nd Avenue North

Robbinsdale, MN 55422


Magnet schools offer specialized curricular themes that allow students to discover the scientist within them; learn through their passion for the arts; explore or begin a career in health science; and expand their horizons through an internationally recognized global education. Magnet schools also provide opportunities to integrate our learning environments.

Magnet schools are open to students living in any of the seven member districts of the Northwest Suburban Integration School District. Transportation is available to eligible students, in accordance with district guidelines. 



International Baccalaureate (IB)

Osseo Area Schools hosts two International Baccalaureate programs:

International Baccalaureate schools infuse a core curriculum with a world focus that helps young people understand their role as responsible world citizens. Emphasis is on changing technology, world languages, and cultures. Students are encouraged to inquire, think, communicate, take risks, achieve, be principled, caring, open-minded, well-balanced and reflective. The International Baccalaureate program has gained recognition and respect from the world's leading universities.

Who can attend? How can I apply?

Enrollment in the magnet schools is open to all students living within the seven-member school districts of Osseo, Anoka-Hennepin, Brooklyn Center, Buffalo, Elk River, Fridley, and Rockford.

Neighborhoods are redefined when we talk about magnet schools. A magnet school neighborhood includes students from other communities who have the same interests. What you will learn and how you will learn it frames the neighborhood in which you choose to learn and grow. It may be filled with future artists or dancers, scientists or technicians, diplomats or Rhodes Scholars.

There are no academic or other criteria for student selection. All students who apply will be placed if there are seats available. A lottery will determine placement if more students apply than seats available.

Learn more about enrollment through Northwest Suburban Integration School District.

We have a few changes in our offerings of magnet schools for the year 2017-18. 

  • Earle Brown and Brooklyn Center Secondary will be transitioning from IB and Arts to STEAM beginning the 2017-18 school year.  
  • Birch Grove Elementary School for the Arts will now be accepting Pre-K applications.  (half day program).  
  • Stevenson Elementary - An IB World School will now be accepting Pre-K applications (half day program).
  • Edgewood Middle School STEAM is currently closed for open enrollment due to exceeding current student capacity. They will not be available for open enrollment this year.

Principal Bledsoe

For the most up to date information from Principal Bledsoe, please check out her Blog.

I encourage all parents to play an active role in their students' education. North View Middle School maintains many
different types of interventions to assist students when they struggle. Please be sure to contact
your student’s teacher and/or counselor should he or she be struggling in a class.
Secondly, I would also like to invite you into the building during the school day for a
comprehensive introduction to North View Middle School. Our school’s purpose is to create an
educational environment in which students are given the opportunity to reach their full potential,
and I would love for you to see this in action during one of our V.I.P. days. The dates for our
upcoming V.I.P. days are February 23rd, March 16th, April 13th and May 18th from 10:30-12:00
pm. Each V.I.P. day will include an opportunity for families to tour our campus, attend classes, dine in
our cafeteria, and see our school in action. If this is something that interests you, please call the
school at 763-585-7200 to sign up. If the previously mentioned dates or time do not work for you,please let us know and we will set up something that will better accommodate your schedule.

Best Regards,
Diana Bledsoe
North View Middle School

School Info

North View Middle School: An International Baccalaureate World School
5869 69th Ave N
Brooklyn Park MN  55429

School Hours
8:10 am - 2:40 pm
Office Hours
7:00 am - 3:30 pm


Phone & Fax

School Office

General Fax 
Counseling Fax 


School Leadership

Diana Bledsoe

Assistant Principals
Alex Berg
Scott Huffman

Student Management Specialists
Mike Loberg
Jamie Oliver