Learning from heroes
Eastview Elementary students dressed like their favorite heroes Feb. 10. Read more
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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.
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Today, a student put racist, anti-Semitic graffiti on bathroom stalls at Lakeville South High School. This issue was brought to the attention of the school’s administration. The student will face disciplinary action. We take these matters seriously and strive to create a safe, welcoming environment for all students in our schools. Our maintenance staff … Continue reading
School board members are taking a proposal to revamp middle level education under consideration. Lakeville Area Public Schools’ Board of Education met in study session Tuesday, Feb. 21, where McGuire Middle School Principal Dr. Joshua Alexander and Kenwood Trail Middle School Principal Kate Eisenthal presented. Under the proposal, the district will incorporate elements of … Continue reading
Personalized learning matters because it makes learning relevant to students not just to pass a test or get a grade but for the rest of their lives. In a nutshell, that’s what three students from Impact Academy at Orchard Lake Elementary School shared with educators at the Bush Foundation Power and Possibility of Personalized … Continue reading
Lakeville Area Public Schools is in the process of hiring a new superintendent. As part of that process, Ray & Associates search firm is seeking input from all stakeholders to assist in determining the desired attributes of candidates. The public is invited to participate in a discussion at 7 p.m. March 1 at Lakeville South … Continue reading
Register for Reimagine Minnesota Lakeville Area Public Schools would like to invite families and residents to our World Cafe from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. March 8 to gain input on equity and integration efforts. The district and many others are working together to make education more equitable. In fall 2016, more than 40 superintendents … Continue reading
Lakeville Area Public Schools is expected to drop paid transportation fees starting in 2017-18, thanks in part to renegotiation of a favorable transportation contract. The Board of Education approved a new five-year transportation contract with Schmitty & Sons Bus Co. at the recommendation of Michael Baumann, the district’s executive director of Business Services. … Continue reading
First graders at John F. Kennedy Elementary School are helping out the community in big and small ways – one can of soup at a time. Over three weeks, students in Tiffany Wulf’s class collected canned goods for The Open Door Pantry. On Feb. 13, they presented Tim Koerner, The Open Door Pantry’s mobile … Continue reading
Speaking of Kids parenting seminar set for Monday, March 6 at Lakeville North High School from 7 p.m. to 8:30 pm Parenting and Working with Teens in a Digital Age – In today’s fast paced world, technology is evolving more rapidly than our ability to understand its long-term impact on our society and our kids. In … Continue reading
Eastview students got the chance to learn more about real-life heroes Feb. 10 on Dress Like a Hero day. Among the students there were a number of doctors, police officers and soldiers. One student dressed up like her teacher; others said they dressed like their mothers because their moms were their heroes. Dress … Continue reading
This intensive Langford Quality Learning Seminar with David P. Langford introduces Lakeville Area Public School teaching staff to Quality Learning principles, history, tools, and applications to learning. Gain the vision, purpose and capacity for quality implementation in your classroom and organization. This seminar will teach tools and strategies to help you build “future ready” 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.