Lakeville residents and panther fans, here’s a chance to own pieces of Lakeville history. Lakeville Area Public Schools is auctioning off signs displaced from the northeast corner of Kenwood Trail and Ipava Avenue as a result of the Highway 50 construction project. Both auctions will run for 21 days. Minimum bid for … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools and the Lakeville Police Department will hold a training session for new staff members that covers school staff response to a hostile event. Lakeville Area Public Schools and the Lakeville Police Department have partnered over the last several years to develop training and build skills build skills to prepare school … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools will approach voters in November to renew a 2007 levy. Lakeville Area Public Schools’ Board of Education approved a resolution Aug. 8 to renew the school district’s expiring referendum revenue authorization and calling for an election Nov. 7. The district will seek renewal of the voter-approved 2007 levy referendum, … Continue reading →
Learning doesn’t stop over the summer, and hundreds of Lakeville Area Public Schools students entering first through eighth grades are currently participating in a new academic and social-emotional learning program called Launch into Learning. Each elementary and middle school formed a team of teachers for the summer to work with students from their schools, so … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools demonstrated good academic achievement with the percentage of students meeting or exceeding achievement targets in reading and math above state average, according to Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments results released Monday, Aug. 7. The Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA) are the state tests that help districts measure student progress toward Minnesota’s academic standards and … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools is seeking members to join its Teaching and Learning Advisory Council for the 2017-18 school year. The Teaching and Learning Advisory Council reviews curriculum and assessment matters throughout the year. It meets once a month from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on a Monday. Membership consists of parents from each … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools is committed to making certain all its students are prepared for the start of school, and they’re seeking the public’s help to collect school supplies for those in need. The third annual “Stuff the Bus” event benefitting Ready, Set, Achieve! will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. … Continue reading →
The Lakeville Area Public Schools community is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Joe Dokken, a senior at Lakeville North High School. Joe passed away unexpectedly Thursday, Aug. 3. This is a very difficult time for our students, staff, and community. Grief support will be available for all students and staff at Lakeville … Continue reading →
A group of district staff, PTO members, students and residents are working to repair and renew a neighborhood park. Over the course of two weeks, staff from the district office, Impact Academy at Orchard Lake Elementary School and other buildings have rolled up their sleeves alongside residents of Queen Anne mobile home park to restore … Continue reading →
Lakeville North High School is seeking candidates to be honored during halftime at the homecoming football game each year as Distinguished Alumni. Nominations may be made by completing the Distinguished Alumni Nomination form. Nominations will be judged on the following criteria: The candidate must have contributed to society in an exemplary manner. The candidate must … Continue reading →
Independent School District 194, the Lakeville Area Public Schools, is an award winning school system located in the South Metro of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St Paul Minnesota. The District serves approximately 10,800 students in Dakota County and Scott County, and covers 86 square miles, including most of Lakeville, parts of Burnsville and Elko New Market, and portions of Eureka, Credit River and New Market Townships. There are eight elementary schools (K-5), three middle schools (6-8) and two high schools (9-12), an Area Learning Center and two Community Education facilities
Lakeville Area Public Schools consistently earns high levels of proficiency in Reading and Mathematics accountability testing. Student performance outpaces the State averages and is competitive with other high-achieving metropolitan districts.
Our Mission: Lakeville Area Public Schools is a partnership of students, families, staff and community committed to excellence and life long learning.