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Shop with a Hero builds friendships and brings holiday cheer

Students from Lakeville Area Schools had a fun filled evening shopping with Lakeville heroes on Dec. 5. Read more ...

Celebrate Inclusive Schools Week Dec. 3-7

Lakeville Area Schools joins with the Inclusive Schools Network and schools, districts and communities around the world in declaring the week of Dec. 3-7, 2018 as "Inclusive Schools Week." Read more ...

Application Window for Open Enrollment and Intra District Transfer Opens Dec. 7

 

The application window for Open Enrollment and Intra District Transfer requests for the 2019-20 school year will open this Friday, Dec. 7. Read on to learn more and apply for Open Enrollment or Intra District Transfer. 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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Lunches for Lakeville Pays Off Student Lunch Debt

It’s the season of giving, and a group of Lakeville Area parents is fundraising to help pay for school lunch for students in need. With the support of individuals and local businesses, Lunches for Lakeville has already raised and donated more than $6,000 of its $15,000 goal across many of our schools to help Lakeville Area … Continue reading

A letter from the Superintendent: A look at our grounds and maintenance support

Lakeville Area Community, Maintaining 18 District facilities takes a substantial amount of equipment, space and time to keep our schools welcoming, functional and safe from the curb to the classroom. In total, the District’s custodial, grounds and maintenance support teams maintain over 18 million square feet and 613 acres district-wide, including eight elementary schools, three … Continue reading

Ten Lakeville Area staff, students named Inclusive Schools Winners

Lakeville Area Schools joins with the Inclusive Schools Network and schools, districts and communities around the country in declaring the week of Dec. 3-7, 2018 as “Inclusive Schools Week.” Each year, the Special Education Advisory Council invites community members to nominate Lakeville Area teachers, staff, students, volunteers and parents who go above-and-beyond to foster inclusion and acceptance … Continue reading

A+ Night Builds Community Connectedness

On Nov. 15, 2018, Lakeville Area families returned to John F. Kennedy, Christina Huddleston and Cherry View elementary schools after hours for A+ Night, a special event aimed at bringing families, students and educators together to develop relationships outside of the school day. Gina Meihofer is an autism teacher at Christina Huddleston Elementary and helped … Continue reading

Guest Speaker Shares Lakota Culture with Sixth Graders

Sixth-grade Minnesota Studies students at McGuire Middle School had a unique firsthand learning opportunity thanks to speaker Carla Thompson Kurtz, who visited the school Nov. 29 to speak with students about the culture and history of American Indian communities in the state. Carla welcomed students with the Lakota phrase “Mitákuye Oyás’iŋ,” an expression of the belief in … Continue reading

Shop with a Hero builds friendships and brings holiday cheer

Students from Lakeville Area Schools had a fun filled evening shopping with Lakeville heroes. The event was coordinated in partnership with the Lakeville Safety Foundation and the District’s Student Services Department to strengthen community connectedness and to give students a little extra holiday cheer. Public safety personnel from Lakeville Police and Lakeville Fire departments partnered … Continue reading

Special Education Advisory Council Seeking Members

The Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) is seeking members to serve as representatives in the interest of students with disabilities. The council supports special education programming and serves as a connection between family, school and community. The council meets the second Thursday of the month from 5:30-7 p.m. at Crystal Lake Education Center. For more … Continue reading

Thank you to our departing Board of Education members

Chairperson Michelle Volk and Director Jim Skelly will depart the Lakeville Area Schools Board of Education officially on Dec. 31. After a combined 34 years of service on the Board, Volk will begin her newly elected position serving on the Lakeville City Council, and Skelly will continue to actively support public education as the Director … Continue reading

Celebrate Inclusive Schools Week!

  Lakeville Area Schools joins with the Inclusive Schools Network and schools, districts and communities around the world in declaring the week of Dec. 3-7, 2018 as “Inclusive Schools Week.” The Board of Education passed the following resolution in honor of Inclusive Schools Week: Lakeville Area Schools is committed to providing an education in our schools … Continue reading

Application Window for Open Enrollment and Intra District Transfer Opens Dec. 7

Application window opens Dec. 7. The application window for Open Enrollment and Intra District Transfer requests for the 2019-20 school year will open this Friday, Dec. 7. To learn more and to apply for Open Enrollment or Intra District Transfer, please use the following links.     For questions, please call 952-232-2025 or email mary.moody@isd194.org.  

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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.

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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