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Absentee voting for special School Board election
Absentee voting is open for voters in District 196 who wish to cast their ballot on the special School Board election before it is conducted as part of the statewide primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 9. Voters will elect one of seven candidates seeking to fill the School Board seat vacated by Rob Duchscher in March. Voters no longer need a reason to vote early by absentee ballot. Absentee voting can be completed by mail or in person.
 
District has two top 10 schools in speech and debate
Apple Valley and Eagan high schools were two of the top 10 Schools of Outstanding Distinction at this year's National Speech and Debate Association tournament June 12-17 in Salt Lake City. Sarah Grambo of Apple Valley is the national champion in informative speaking and Aekta Mouli of Eagan earned the title in original oratory after taking third place at last year' national tournament.
 
School Board candidates' forum set for July 20
Seven people filed affidavits of candidacy to fill an open position on the District 196 School Board. The special School Board election will be held Tuesday, Aug. 9 in conjunction with Minnesota's statewide primary election. There will be a candidates' forum sponsored by the Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, July 20, 7-8:30 p.m. at Rosemount City Hall Council Chambers. To see the names of the candidates, click here.
 
Instrument donations needed to make Band For All
Last school year, more than 230 students participated in band with an instrument that was donated to the district's Band for All program. Instruments are still needed to serve all of this year's fifth-grade students who would like to participate in band but do not have an instrument to use. All gently used band and orchestra instruments are accepted and used. Here's how to donate.
 
Register for optional transportation now and save
Fee-for-service transportation will be available in the 2016-17 school year for families of students not eligible to receive free bus service to and from school based on current service distances. Families who register for the service before Aug. 1 receive an approximate 10 percent discount.
 
Free meals for all children July 11-August 11 at Cedar Park, Echo Park and Oak Ridge elementary schools
Free meals will be available for all children July 11-Aug. 11 at Cedar Park, Echo Park and Oak Ridge elementary schools. Children do not need to attend one of these schools to receive the free summer meals and there is no income eligibility requirement. All children who show up during serving times will receive a free meal.
 
Work begins at site of new elementary school
Mining restoration work is happening at the site of the district's 19th elementary school on the southwest corner of County Road 46 and Diamond Path in Lakeville. Design work is in the final stages and construction of the building is scheduled to begin in July. The school is scheduled to open in fall 2017. This fall, a task force of district staff and parents will meet to develop a recommendation for reconfiguring existing attendance areas to establish an attendance area for the new school.
 
Three Eagan juniors win national writing awards
Eagan High School juniors Audrey Heinz, Ella Laurent and Kayla Ryan were selected to receive Certificates for Superior Writing in the 2016 National Achievement Awards in Writing sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
 
Commencement ceremonies on District 196 TV
Commencement ceremonies held at Apple Valley, Eagan, Eastview and Rosemount high schools, the School of Environmental Studies and Adult Basic Education are being shown on District 196 TV. The ceremonies can be seen on educational access channels 189 in Apple Valley, Rosemount and Lakeville, 19 in Burnsville and Eagan, and 20 in Inver Grove Heights. For the broadcast schedule, go to District 196 TV.
 
Dakota United wins adapted softball state title
The Dakota United Hawks won the physically impaired (PI) division of the state adapted softball tournament June 4 in Coon Rapids. The Hawks outlasted top-seeded Anoka-Hennepin 5-4 in the semifinal round and went on to defeat Rochester 13-7 in the championship game. Dakota United is a cooperative sponsorship between the four high schools of District 196 and Hastings, Sibley, Simley and South St. Paul high schools.
 
District 196 items available for public auction
Rosemount - Apple Valley - Eagan Public Schools has items the district can no longer use available for public auction. View and bid on available items..
 
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