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District students win four state speech titles
District 196 students won four of the of 13 first-place titles and 27 of the 104 total medals awarded at this year's State Speech Tournament for Class AA schools held April 11 at Lakeville North High School.
 
Proposed state funding could mean $20M in cuts
Governor Dayton and the Minnesota House and Senate majorities have proposed increases of 1 percent or less per year to the general education formula over the next two years. The general education formula provides the majority of state aids and credits the district receives. If increases are limited to 1 percent or less, District 196 could be facing budget cuts of nearly $20 million over the next three years. For additional background and information for contacting state lawmakers, click here.
 
District to expand school choice at middle level
District 196 is expanding school-choice options to the middle school level this fall with the addition of districtwide transportation service to Valley Middle School of STEM in Apple Valley. The district has offered magnet school choice with transportation at three elementary schools for the past eight years; Valley will be the first magnet option with transportation at the middle school level. [Enrollment Application]
 
District students fill red carpet at video awards
Students representing the journalism and video production programs at all four District 196 high schools brought home 16 of 23 Crystal Pillar awards presented at the regional Student Production Awards ceremony April 12 at the Radisson Blu Mall of America. Apple Valley High students won nine awards, Eagan and Eastview three each, and Rosemount one.
 
Parent positions open on curriculum council
Parents in the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools who are interested in becoming involved in districtwide conversations regarding curriculum, instruction and assessment are encouraged to apply for membership on the district's Curriculum and Instruction Advisory Council (CIAC). Applications will be accepted through May 15 for four elementary school parent positions and two middle school parent positions; the terms for all six positions are three years beginning in July 2015.
 
Free summer meals to be offered at two schools
Any child under age 18 will be able to receive free breakfast and/or lunch at two District 196 elementary schools during a five-week period in July and August. The summer meals will be offered Monday through Friday, July 6 through August 13, at Cedar Park Elementary STEM School in Apple Valley and Echo Park Elementary School in Burnsville.
 
Citizens sought for Budget Advisory Council
District 196 residents are invited to apply for membership on the Budget Advisory Council (BAC). The district is accepting applications through April 30 for four parent/guardian or other community resident positions. The terms of all four positions are for three years beginning July 1, 2015.
 

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