Students from the Minnesota Center for Advanced Professional Studies (MNCAPS) program presented projects they had been working on for several weeks during business and healthcare showcases June 2. The showcase was a chance for students to share their hard work with parents, administrators, business partners and community members. “These projects truly showcased the work and … Continue reading →
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District will serve meals in various schools and are continuing its partnership with the The Open Door food pantry of Eagan to take meals to the community. The Open Door will transport meals, prepared at Nicollet Middle School, to four locations: Arbor Vista MCH, Rambush Estates, Twelve 501 Apartments and Chancellor Manor using … Continue reading →
It was a night of pomp, circumstance and celebration for more than 900 seniors graduating from Lakeville North and Lakeville South high schools. In all, 910 seniors graduated from Lakeville Area Public Schools’ two high schools in 2017: 479 were from Lakeville South High School and 431 were from Lakeville North High School. Commencement … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools has received a $29,899 grant from the PrairieCare Child & Family Fund to help the district in its efforts to integrate social-emotional learning district-wide and provide expanded services to individual students needing additional support. Lisa Holien, student support services coordinator for the district, said a large portion of grant funding … Continue reading →
Christina Huddleston Elementary is unfortunately experiencing air conditioning difficulties. Due to anticipated hot weather and keeping your child’s health and safety a top priority, Lakeville Area Public Schools Administration has decided to change the location of your child’s programming for this upcoming week. All programming will be moved from Christina Huddleston Elementary to Eastview Elementary … Continue reading →
When Wendy Ellefson called Lake Marion Elementary School to volunteer, she was looking for an opportunity to give back and help students. “I’ve grown to just love these kids,” Ellefson said. As it turns out, the students have given back and helped the retired medical center office manager, too. For the past … Continue reading →
Can’t attend Lakeville North or Lakeville South high schools’ commencement ceremonies? Watch via live stream. Lakeville North’s commencement will begin at 5 p.m. at Mariucci Arena at the University of Minnesota campus. Lakeville South High School’s graduation will be held in the same venue at 8 p.m. See below for links and watch the district’s … Continue reading →
Impact Academy at Orchard Lake Elementary students from Community B spent the week of May 22 focused on how they can help plants and animals in their environments for this spring’s service learning project. The students from all grades worked together in groups (with the help of teachers and parent volunteers) to build bird houses, … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Learning Center’s graduating seniors say they’re more like a family than a class – and that’s made all the difference in their success. Thirty-nine students from Lakeville Area Learning Center Pathways high school program received their diplomas June 1 at commencement. The ceremony was held at Brackett’s Crossing Country Club. “First of all, … Continue reading →
Lakeville Area Public Schools celebrated 23 graduating seniors as well as the accomplishments of other high school and middle school students who are a part of the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program on May 18 in the Lakeville South High School auditorium. The AVID program, which includes 257 students in five schools, helps students … 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.