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District maintains high graduation rate

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The four-year graduation rate for students in Lakeville Area Public Schools District 194 remains high, according to data released by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) Feb. 27. The overall graduation rate increased slightly from 92.6 to 93.52 percent from 2016 to 2017, which is 11 percentage points higher than the statewide graduation rate. Of … Continue reading

Stephanie Kass is new communications and public relations director

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On Feb. 27, Superintendent Michael Baumann announced the hiring of Stephanie Kass as the new Lakeville Area Public School District 194 communications and public relations director. Kass has worked in community relations for 10 years. Most recently, she was a communications specialist with Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public School District 196 where she supported strategic communications efforts, … Continue reading

Four tips and tricks to using MealViewer

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Lakeville Area Public Schools unveiled MealViewer — a brand new app and software —  on Feb. 1, providing parents with menu dietary information and updates in real-time as menu changes are made. This powerful tool gives parents and students all the information they need, including nutritional information, allergens, favorite foods, school announcements and special menu … Continue reading

Family fun for all at the district’s first Activities and Sports Festival

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Grab your kids and head to Lakeville Area Public School’s first-ever Activities and Sports Festival Saturday, Feb. 24. More than 40 District and community organizations will offer hands-on experiences in everything from educational opportunities to fine arts to sports, clubs and organizations.  “The Activities and Sports Festival is a great opportunity to bring the community together … Continue reading

Nurses educate STEM Biomedical Science students on diabetes

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Two nurses with decades of experience visited Lakeville North High School’s STEM Biomedical Science program students to educate them about diabetes. Julie Stulz, RN, now retired, and Kelly Gueldner, RN, a nurse in the Critical Care Unit at Northfield Hospital, taught the class about several topics regarding diabetes, including what diabetes is, types of diabetes … Continue reading

Kenwood Trail and McGuire middle schools dedicate day to giving back to others

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Kenwood Trail and McGuire middle school students were focused on spreading kindness and giving back to the community all day Friday, Dec. 22. Both schools had each hour filled with an activity dedicated to kindness, generosity and serving others. “Each teacher crafted something fun to do. The day was really about building those individual relationships … Continue reading

Students prep for their futures during Opportunities Day

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Lakeville Area Public Schools high schoolers participated in Opportunities Day this month and had an entire day the first week of December dedicated to college planning and determining career interests for their future.   Each grade focused on a different aspect of college and their careers. Both Lakeville North and Lakeville South ninth graders took … Continue reading

LSHS students to show off chemistry skills at Science Show

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Lakeville South High School Advanced Placement (AP) chemistry students are excited for their upcoming Science Show “Mission Impossimole” next Friday, Dec. 15, which will feature an evening of rainbow liquids, vortex cannons, frothing bubbles, colorful flames and luminescent solutions. Each year, Lakeville South AP chemistry students perform science demonstrations for each class period during the … Continue reading

District recognizes students and staff for creating inclusive schools

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The Special Education Advisory Council has recognized six individuals for their efforts to make Lakeville Area Public Schools welcoming places for all students. The awards are given as part of Inclusive Schools Week, Dec. 4-8, 2017. The event, held each year during the first week of December, is promoted by Inclusive Schools Network to celebrate … Continue reading

Middle schoolers envision ideal 22nd century city

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At a time when it’s tough to imagine what life might be like in 10 years, a group of middle school students are trying to envision life 100 years from now.    Ten McGuire Middle School students are creating their ideal city as part of Future City. The international project that challenges middle school students … Continue reading

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