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Homecoming Pants: A Lakeville Original

Like hundreds of other school districts across the state, Lakeville Area Schools celebrated its homecomings this fall with all the regular pomp – and a unique tradition that sets the district apart: homecoming pants. Read more ... 

Superintendent Baumann presents “State of the Schools”

On September 27, Superintendent Michael Baumann presented the annual “State of the Schools” update at the Lakeville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Read more ... 

Nov. 6 School Board Election

Four candidates are seeking election to three open seats on the Lakeville Area School Board, including one incumbent, Kathy Lewis, and challengers David Anderson, Zach Duckworth, and Lynn Gorski. Read more ... 

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At Lakeville Area Schools, student success is our number one goal. It’s no surprise we’re at the head of the class in academics, at the top of our game in athletics, and an all-star performer in arts and activities. We’re focused on ensuring success for every child, so students make the most of their individual gifts and unique potential.

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Community Education Advisory Council seeking members

You can make a positive difference in the Lakeville Area by being a part of the Community Education Advisory Council (CEAC). The council provides valuable input and feedback on community activities, programs and services such as Early Childhood Family Education, Small Wonders Preschool, Kid Zone School-Age Child Care, Youth and Adult Enrichment, Adult Basic Education … Continue reading

Truth in Taxation hearing to be held Nov. 27

Truth in Taxation To provide the Lakeville Area community with as much information as possible about the 2019 tax levy, a Public hearing will be held on Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. at Lakeville City Hall, 20195 Holyoke Ave., Lakeville, Minn. Lakeville Area Schools Fiscal Year 19 Revenue Lakeville Area Schools maintain a high level … Continue reading

Award-Winning Ojibwe Singer-Songwriter Visits Lakeville North High School

Ninth graders in AP Human Geography and 10th grade English students at Lakeville North High School were treated to an award-winning performance October 16 by Ojibwe singer-songwriter Annie Humphrey.   Humphrey was born and raised on the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota and has earned recognition for her music and poetry honoring Native American … Continue reading

Homecoming Pants: A Lakeville Original

Visit almost any high school in Minnesota this time of year, and there’s a good chance they’re talking about homecoming. It’s either coming up, going on or fresh in the memory. Like hundreds of other school districts across the state, Lakeville Area Schools celebrated its homecomings this fall with all the regular pomp – and a … Continue reading

Lakeville North Welcomes Community Business Leaders for Career Day

  Student volunteers from Lakeville North High School’s Business Academy welcomed guests, offered refreshments and ushered presenters through the halls of Lakeville North High School on October 11. Nearly 40 Lakeville Area professionals from a variety of fields were present to speak with students and answer questions during the school’s annual Career Day seminar. Each … Continue reading

Crystal Lake Education Center closed today, Oct. 10 due to a water main break

Lakeville Area Schools families: Crystal Lake Education Center will be closed Wednesday, October 10 as a result of an overnight water main break at 165th St. W. and Ipava Ave. near the school. All early childhood education programs, including Early Childhood Family Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Small Wonders Preschool, Wonder Zone Preschool-Age Child Care … Continue reading

Thriving community presents capacity challenges in our schools

Lakeville Area Community, Our community is thriving and our schools are bustling more than ever before. New housing and commercial construction can be seen throughout the Lakeville Area. As our cities and townships continue to grow, so does our student body. This year, we welcomed over 11,000 students to the 2018-19 school year, which has … Continue reading

Lunches for Lakeville aims to pay off student lunch debt

Lunches for Lakeville, a donation campaign spearheaded by Lakeville Area parents, Craig Pratt and Brian Arneson, aims to pay for student lunch balances overdue by $10 or more. In less than 2 weeks, the campaign has already raised nearly $2,000. The fundraiser was started last year and raised over $8,000 for families struggling to pay … Continue reading

Lisa Holien honored for outstanding service by Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health

Lakeville Area Schools student support services coordinator, Lisa Holien, has been selected to receive the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACHA) Outstanding Service Award. Each year, MACHA recognizes individuals who have had a significant, positive influence in the lives of children with mental health needs. The award is given to just three public servants … Continue reading

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At Lakeville Area Schools, student success is our number one goal. It’s no surprise we’re at the head of the class in academics, at the top of our game in athletics, and an all-star performer in arts and activities. We’re focused on ensuring success for every child, so students make the most of their individual gifts and unique potential.

We also believe in fostering a sense of community in every classroom, building and team. Our leaders reinforce this shared commitment, creating a culture of collaboration and connection. Whether a Cougar or a Panther, everyone is a part of the pride! That roar of pride can be heard across the Lakeville Area. The active involvement, support and enthusiasm of our community helps navigate students towards successes. Together, we focus on opportunities to raise student achievement and prepare them for a bright future.

Student focused, community connected.

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