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Intelligent Lives

Please join us for a free resource fair and screening of the film Intelligent Lives. The documentary follows three pioneering young American adults with intellectual disabilities and promotes inclusionary practices within educational settings and within our community. Learn more ...

Our Schools, Our Community, Our Future

On Tuesday, November 5, voters will be asked to consider an operating levy and bond referendum in order to expand opportunities for students and address school safety and security. Learn more ...

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Welcome to Lakeville Area Schools

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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Three Lakeville Area students, including a homecoming couple, named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Three Lakeville Area high school students have been named semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Devin Prow of Lakeville South High School and Benjamin Earles and Annika Hurd of Lakeville North High School are among 16,000 semifinalists in the nation to earn the recognition. Coincidentally, Benjamin and Annika are going to their … Continue reading

Free Disability Documentary and Resource Fair on September 19

Please join the Lakeville Area Schools Family Connections, the Special Education Advisory Council and Farmington Area Schools for a free viewing of INTELLIGENT LIVES. The documentary follows three pioneering young American adults with intellectual disabilities and promotes inclusionary practices within educational settings and within our community.  The documentary will be shown on September 19 at … Continue reading

Student Focused, Community Connected Print Newsletter

Student Focused, Community Connected print newsletters Every other week during the school year, the District’s print newsletter is published within the Sun Thisweek-Lakeville. Explore the links below to learn what is happening in our schools, connect with the community through events and activities and stay informed with updates and important information. Archived Newsletters September 6, … Continue reading

Lakeville South High School Student Joins Minnesota Youth Council

Lakeville South High School senior Nina Baker has been selected to serve on the Minnesota Youth Council (MYC). It is a collaboration of youth and adults who work together to empower young people across the state to exercise their voices, opinions and ideas to take action on issues that affect youth. Baker will represent Minnesota’s … Continue reading

WHAT DOES YOUR #194FirstDay LOOK LIKE?

#194FirstDay The first day of school is on September 3! We want to see what your first day of the 2019-20 school year looks like. Post your pictures on social media next Tuesday using #194FirstDay so we can see all those big smiles!

Back to School

Welcome Back! See you on September 3 Be sure to check your school’s website for important back-to-school information like open house dates, kickoff events and school supply lists. To help, we’ve compiled a list of helpful links and information. #194FirstDay The first day of school is on September 3. We want to see what your … Continue reading

Lakeville Area Schools continues progress towards closing the achievement gap

Lakeville Area Schools continued strong performance across the quality indicators used by the Minnesota Department of Education. The district’s performance on the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) was well above state averages and reading proficiency levels for Black, Hispanic, and American Indian students have been rising for the last three years, getting closer to closing the … Continue reading

Shaun Murphy selected as next Lakeville South High School Principal

Following a rigorous selection process that involved many stakeholders, Lakeville Area Schools Superintendent Michael Baumann announced on August 20 the hiring of Shaun Murphy to be the next principal at Lakeville South High School pending formal School Board action August 27.  Murphy is currently Dean of Students at Lakeville South High School, where he has … Continue reading

Margaret Gare Named as Principal of Alternative Programs

On August 26, Margaret Gare will join Lakeville Area Schools as the new Principal of Alternative Programs. She will lead, manage and support programs at the Area Learning Center, Targeted Services and LinK12 Lakeville. This is a new position for the district. Gare has worked in education for 18 years, working with students in alternative … Continue reading

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Welcome to Lakeville Area Schools!

Student focused, community connected.

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.

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