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District students exceed averages on state tests
The percentage of District 196 students who scored proficient on state reading, math and science tests exceeded statewide averages for all grades tested in spring 2016, according to results of Standards-Based Accountability Assessments released by the Minnesota Department of Education July 28.
 
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.
 
Special School Board election is August 9
A special School Board election will be held in conjunction with the statewide primary on Tuesday, Aug. 9. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. For information on where to vote, go to mnvotes.org. District voters will elect one of seven candidates seeking to fill the remaining term of Rob Duchscher, who was elected to the board last November and resigned in March after moving out of the district. The Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce sponsored a Candidates Forum on July 20.
 
Summer learning for teachers on 1:1 access
Teachers of students in grades 7, 8 and 9 are attending district workshops this summer learning how to effectively use technology in a 1:1 classroom environment. This fall, their students will be the first three grades to receive a district-owned iPad Mini for learning at school and home. The district's vision is to provide a dynamic learning experience with 1:1 access for all students in grades 4-12, starting with 7, 8 and 9 this fall. Funding for 1:1 access comes from the $5 million per year, 10-year capital projects levy that was part of the approved November 2015 referendum question.
 
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.
 
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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