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Young entrepreneurs get their starts

Seventeen new business owners from the YEA! (Young Entrepreneurs Academy) program brought their wares and services to the public April 30 in downtown Lakeville. Read the story here.

Christina Huddleston builds awareness of autism

A local school is taking steps to help students understand Autism Spectrum Disorders and how they affect students who have them. Read more.

Eastview staff reward students with pie toss for meeting food bank goal

Members of Eastview Elementary School staff took it on the chin for a good cause recently: Whipped cream, that is. Read more.

Minnesota Supreme Court hears case at Lakeville North

Lakeville North High School students got a window into the inner workings of the state’s highest court April 7 when the Minnesota Supreme Court held a case at the school. Read more and learn how you can watch the proceedings.

Students explore world through virtual reality

Virtual reality tools such as Google Expeditions are allowing students to explore the world, right from the classroom. Read more.

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The 2016 Friends of Education awardees are…

Lakeville Area Public Schools Friends of Education Awardees Announced Each year Lakeville Area Public Schools present Friends of Education Awards to honor outstanding individual contributions to Lakeville Area Public Schools. The awards recognize people whose service has been on-going in one of these categories: Volunteer Service, Business/Community Partnerships, Distinguished Service, and Education. The awards will … Continue reading

The Spring Newsletter is here!

The spring edition of The Newsletter is now available. Highlights include: Minnesota Supreme court visits Lakeville North High School Blazing Cats cheerleaders cheer loud and proud MNCAPS is the buzz around town Keeping Promises: Working to implement plans for funds raised through referendum The Newsletter is a publication of Lakeville Area Public Schools – Office of Communications.

Lakeville 5th graders earns top honors in math competition

Lakeville elementary schools were well represented in the Regional Math Masters competition held April 22 at Lakeville South High School. There were 170 top math students participating from private and public schools from throughout the metro area. Thirty-four teams of students competed individually and as teams on eight sets of mathematical problems in this competition. … Continue reading

Young Entrepreneurs Academy set up shop

Seventeen new business owners from the YEA! (Young Entrepreneurs Academy) program brought their wares and services to the Lakeville public on April 30. As people arrived at the Holyoke Crossing Mall on Saturday morning for haircuts at the barbershop or to do their Post Office business, they discovered that the mall’s corridor had been transformed … Continue reading

Former Lakeville teacher to become new LNHS activities director

Lakeville North High School’s new activities director may be a familiar face to many in the Lakeville community.   Mike Zweber, former LNHS business education teacher and head football coach, has been named the new activities director. He was one of 34 applicants for the role; five applicants were interviewed. On April 26, the Board … Continue reading

Work continues to redesign programming at Area Learning Center (ALC)

Lakeville Area Public Schools is in the process of redesigning its Area Learning Center programming to better meet students’ needs. In January, a recommended timeline for the redesign was approved by the Board of Education. Under the recommended timeline, Lakeville Area Public Schools will move Pathways High School — the alternative high school day program … Continue reading

2016-17 calendar modified slightly for teacher inservice day

Lakeville Area Public Schools’ Board of Education has approved minor revisions to the 2016-17 calendar.   Administration recommended that a Teacher Inservice day for professional development activities that had been scheduled for April 14, 2017 be moved. After the calendar was approved, it was discovered that April 14 had been listed as a holiday in … Continue reading

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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.

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