Myers-Wilkins is a community STEM elementary school providing 21st Century classrooms and facilities, experienced teaching staff and excellent educational programs. Our school community strives to provide high achievement for all and a welcoming environment for everyone.

2015-2016 Theme
Word of the Year:  " Namaste" 
The good in me sees the good in you!

Theme for the Year: 
Peaceful Thoughts
 Peaceful Word 
Peaceful Actions

Myers- Wilkins School Provides:
  • Free All Day, Every Day Kindergarten
  • Art, Music, Phy.Ed., Media, STEM
  • Advanced academic opportunities and comprehensive interventions to boost reading and math skills
  • Guidance and support to help students learn responsibility, citizenship and respect
  • Parent and community partnerships to support education
  • Free breakfast program

Contact Information

Principal:  Stephanie Heilig
School Secretary:  Dee Dee Harstad
Address: 1027 N. 8th Avenue East
                Duluth, MN 55805
Phone: 218-336-8860
Fax:     218-336-8864
Attendance Line: 218-336-8860 Option 1
Voyager Bus Company: 218-724-1707
After School Programming: 218-336-8860 ext                                                                     2459

Parent Student Advisory Committee
Come and meet with other 
parents and staff.

Find out how to get involved with your child's school experiences.

Share your ideas and concerns.

Next Meeting: Next Year :) 

Hope to see you there!
Please call if you need transportation 
and/or child care
Jen Eddy: 218-336-8860 ext 2459

THANK YOU Mrs. Heilig for all that you have done the past 41 years for staff, students, and families. You WILL be missed. 

Enjoy your Retirement!

Our weekly family newsletter can be found under the NEWSLETTERS tab.
A calendar of upcoming events can also be found here.

Other Information

We had great kindergarten roundups filled with energetic, sweet and excited little pre-kindergartners.  If you know of anyone who missed our round-up or are looking for a kindergarten home for their precious child, please have them stop in for a registration packet or give us a call for more information.

Reading CORPS or Math CORPS



Whether you want to explore a career in education, re-enter the workforce, or give back to your community, you can make a difference as a Reading Corps or 

Math Corps tutor. 

Tutors receive extensive training and support from onsite coaches. Tutors are paid a living allowance, given federal student loan forbearance, and are eligible for an education award of up to $5,775 at the end of their service.  Tutors 55 or older may gift the award to

a child or grandchild.

Learn how you can get involved by visiting MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or MinnesotaMathCorps.org. or

by calling 866-859- 2825. Positions start in August for the 2016-17 school year.