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Reminder: Town Hall Meeting Tomorrow!

Friday, March 19, 2021

Dear Neighbors,

This is a friendly reminder to join Senator Johnson Stewart, Representative Acomb, and me for a virtual town hall meeting this Saturday, March 20 at 11:00 a.m.


With us reaching the halfway point of the legislative session, it will be a great opportunity to weigh in and ask questions. Here’s how you can join us:

Join Zoom Meeting here.

Meeting ID: 931 9621 3833

Passcode: 304705

If you’d like a question addressed, please feel free to send it in advance to my Legislative Assistant, Eric, at

Survey: Last Call

Time is running out; share your thoughts by taking my survey. You’re always welcome to share your input with me anytime of course, via email or telephone; this is just an informative way for me to see how certain issues are trending in our Plymouth community. Thanks for taking the time to provide feedback.

Vaccine Update for Hennepin County

As the state moves into the next phase of vaccinations, and availability for the public is nearly in sight, Hennepin County has launched an online registration system. County residents may now to register for the county’s public health clinics. Register now and you'll be contacted if an appointment becomes available and you are eligible:

Summer Learning Plan Advancing

Caring about our students’ progress in school is a bipartisan issue. Now more than ever, it’s critical to invest in our students to help ensure they can catch up if they have fallen behind and are prepared academically for the upcoming school year.

This week, the House Education Finance Committee advanced a summer learning package to address learning loss our students have experienced over the past year. Under the bill, there would be expanded access to tutoring, investments in field trips and hands-on learning, and summer programming for preschoolers, high schoolers, and adult basic education. The bill also funds student mental health support to aid in social and emotional development. A key provision in the legislation prioritizes school districts that have experienced declining enrollment.

Congratulations Principal Gengler!

Wayzata High School Principal Scott Gengler has been named Minnesota Principal of the Year! It’s no secret that many of our Plymouth families live here in large part due to our excellent public schools. Formal recognitions like these exemplify all of the hard work and dedication our administrators and school staff carry out for our students and families. A heartfelt congratulations, Principal Gengler!


Connecting with Constituents

It was wonderful connecting with the Robbinsdale Schools Legislative Action Coalition. They are true advocates for our children. They work tirelessly to ensure our students have a top-notch education. I appreciate our conversations and partnership. 


Keep in Touch

I hope to see you Saturday! Even if you can’t make it, please contact me anytime to share your thoughts, ideas, and questions. I can be reached at or 651-296-5511.

It’s an honor to represent our Plymouth residents at the State Capitol!

Have a great weekend,

Ginny Klevorn

State Representative