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Vote early by absentee in person or by mail
Voters dont have to wait until Tuesday, Nov. 3 to cast their ballot on the bond referendum and School Board Election in District 196. Absentee voting is available by mail and in person up to Election Day. Absentee voting in person is available during regular business hours at the District Office in Rosemount (3455 153rd St. W.) and at the Dakota County service centers in Apple Valley, Hastings and West St. Paul. To absentee vote by mail, fill out the application and return as instructed.
Proposed tax levy decreases by 1 percent
The proposed property tax levy for 2016 approved by the School Board Sept. 28 represents a 1 percent decrease from the current year's tax levy. This is the fourth time in six years that the district's proposed property tax levy is lower than the previous year, bucking a statewide trend of increasing school district taxes, including a 4 percent average increase for the current year.
Vote early by absentee on bond and board
Absentee voting begins Sept. 18 for voters in District 196 who wish to cast their ballot on the bond referendum and School Board election before Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015. As of last year, voters no longer need a reason to vote early by absentee ballot. For information on how to vote absentee, click here.
Sixteen seniors are National Merit semifinalists
Sixteen District 196 high school seniors have been named semifinalists in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program and another 23 seniors are being recognized as National Merit commended students based on tests they took last year. The names of the merit semifinalists and commended students in this 61st annual scholarship program were released this month by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Students earned $2.7M in U of M credits last year
During the 2014-15 school year, District 196 high school students who participated in the College in the Schools (CIS) program earned a combined 5,921 college credits valued at more than $2.7 million, according to a value statement released by the University of Minnesota's CIS program.
Glacier Hills and Greenleaf named reward schools
Two District 196 elementary schools were selected for recognition as "reward schools" and four elementary schools were recognized as "celebration eligible schools," according to results of the Multiple Measurement Rating (MMR) system released by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) Sept. 1.
Thank you Food and Nutrition Services Employees!
The School Board of Independent School District 196, Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools, hereby extends its appreciation to food and nutrition services employees for the vital role they play in providing nutritious meal choices for students and staff and educating our students to reach their full potential. [More]

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