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Homecroft is a community 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.

School Information:

  • Main Phone:  218-336-8865
  • Principal:  Tom Cawcutt
  • Administrative Assistant:  Coleen Nordwall

Welcome New Students!!

Please call the office at 218-336-8865 or stop in (between the hours of 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM).  We can mail out copies of the required paperwork or give them directly to you.  Many people come, get the paperwork, fill it out, and hand it in all in one visit. Bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate and proof of residency (i.e., property tax statement, lease agreement).

Incoming Kindergarten students also need...

Early Childhood Screening - MN law requires all students to go through the free Early Childhood Screening prior to entering Kindergarten.  You may call our ECS office at 218-336-8816 or email to set up an appointment.  

Immunization Records - MN State Statute 121A.15 requires that all children entering a Minnesota school for the first time be completely immunized or provide legal exemption of the required immunization.  Parents/guardians must provide a clinical printout of all immunization dates.  Additional details available from the MN Department of Health.

Homecroft Events


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School Highlights

Creative Fun

February 20, 2020

Students Get Creative Homecroft KEY Zone students were given 16 hangers and challenged...

Season for Music

December 26, 2019

Many thanks to the people involved with the concert program at our school this month.&n...

Celebrating Kindness

November 25, 2019

In honor of World Kindness Day, students in Homecroft KEY Zone discussed and chose some...

Fun Run Success

September 23, 2019

Tom Cawcutt, Homecroft Elementary Principal, said students could slime him if the schoo...