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Elementary attendance area listening sessions are October 4 and 6 to get input on preliminary plan
Parent members of a District 196 task force charged with establishing an attendance area for the district's nineteenth elementary school will present their preliminary recommendation in an update to the School Board Sept. 26 and at listening sessions scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 6:30-8 p.m., at Rosemount Middle School and Thursday, October 6, 6:30-8 p.m., at Scott Highlands Middle School. Details of the proposed plan will be released at the board meeting and will be available at the listening sessions and the district website.
 
Forty-seven seniors named National Merit scholars
Sixteen District 196 high school seniors have been named semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program and another 31 seniors are being recognized as National Merit commended students based on tests they took last year.
 
Calendars approved for next two school years
Calendars for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 school years were approved by the School Board Sept. 12. The approved calendars are similar to the current school year, with 171 days of school for middle school and high school students and 169 days for elementary students, with two days for elementary literacy assessments in late August. School begins the Tuesday after Labor Day, winter break lasts less than two weeks, spring break is the last full week of March and school ends the first full week in June in both calendars.
 
District outscores state and national ACT averages
District 196 students scored higher than the state and national averages on the ACT college admissions test in 2016. The district average composite score was 23.0 out of a possible 36. With nearly one-third more students taking the test, the district average dropped 1.4 points from the year before but is still 2.2 points higher than the national average of 20.8 and 1.9 points higher than the state average of 21.1, which was highest among the 18 states that offer the ACT to all students
 
More than 700 students earned AP honors
The College Board recognized 734 District 196 high school students for their performance on Advanced Placement (AP) course exams taken during the 2015-16 school year. To see their names listed by school, click here.
 
Special Education Advisory Council has openings
The District 196 Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) has open positions for district staff and parents who have a child with special needs. The terms are for two years, beginning this fall. Members can serve consecutive terms. To apply, click here.
 
Greenleaf physical education teacher honored
George Beran, physical education teacher at Greenleaf Elementary School, has been selected to receive the 2016 Paul Schmidt Award from the Minnesota Society of Health and Physical Educators. The award recognizes the outstanding services and contributions given by an elementary or secondary teacher or supervisor in the fields of health, physical education, recreation or dance. Beran has been a physical education teacher in District 196 for 23 years, all at Greenleaf. He will receive the award in November at a ceremony in Bloomington.
 
Growing partnership aims to expose African American young men to different career options
This year, African American young men at all four District 196 high schools will be invited to apply for a program aimed at increasing their exposure to different careers and African American men who work in these careers. "We want to create a vision for these young men from the classroom to the board room," says Leon Tazel, who started the African American Male Mentorship Program in 2015 in partnership with the district.
 
 
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