Minga Is Your School Spirit App

Let’s make this year amazing!

Resources to help you get started

Administrator Introduction

A quick introduction for school leaders that covers the benefits of Minga at your school in addition to the safety and privacy features of Minga.

Family Introduction

A resource to send home to parents that outlines why their child is using Minga in addition to how the privacy and safety features of Minga keeps their kids safe online.

Teacher/Coach Getting Started Guide

A quick introduction for coaches, club advisors and teachers at your school that covers what it is and how it can be used to help manage and organize extracurricular groups and activities.

Posts and Posters

Digital Media Intro’s

Ready to go teaser content to help introduce and launch Minga with your community.

Hallway Poster

A ready to print poster to put up in your school with download and login instructions for your students.

Minga Launch Tools

First Time Setup

Step by step instructions on the initial setup of your Minga. This only needs to be done once right when you setup Minga for your school and includes enabling / disabling features and your initial Minga account setup.

Instagram Teaser Posts

Ready to go Instagram Posts that you can use to introduce Minga and get your students excited about your upcoming Minga launch.

What do our schools have to say?

Meet Bonnie at San Marcos High School

Read up on how San Marcos High School uses Minga to manage and organize all the clubs, teams and other student groups on campus.

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Some Great Words From Ryan at Irvington High School

Learn how Irvington High School uses Minga to build a connected community on campus between students, educators and families.

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Check Out Some Of Our Amazing Content Partners

Lessons Worth Learning

High-quality, interactive, video-based lessons on a daily basis, for free.

Learning is Open

Collections of activities that have been curated for educators and parents.

Virtual Field Trip Apps & Websites

Trips to museums, parks, historical sites, and more take students outside the classroom.