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Teachers are enhancing learning with technology
Science teachers Joe Christman of Rosemount High School and Jamie Nikolai of Falcon Ridge Middle School were selected as District 196's recipients of this year's TIES Exceptional Teacher Awards. The annual awards honor teachers in TIES' member districts who effectively integrate technology into the learning process. They will be recognized at the TIES Annual Conference Dec. 9 in Minneapolis.
 
Facilities task force seeks focus group input
A task force charged with conducting a comprehensive review of facilities and equipment needs in District 196 schools has completed its initial work and scheduled three nights of focus group meetings to get public input before developing final recommendations to present to the School Board in February. The focus groups will be held 6:30-8 p.m. December 1, 2 and 4. To participate, call the District Office at 651-423-7715 or email Kathy Cason.
 
Calendars approved for next two school years
Calendars for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years were approved by the School Board Nov. 10. The approved calendars are similar to the current school year, with 171 days for middle school and high school students, and 169 days for elementary students, with two days for 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.
 
Hawks bring home hardware in adapted soccer
The Dakota United Hawks adapted soccer teams finished runner-up and consolation champion in the cognitively impaired (CI) and physically impaired (PI) divisions of the adapted soccer state tournaments Nov. 14-15 at Stillwater High School. The CI team lost to South Washington County 3-2 in overtime of the championship game.
 

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