Hack will finish this school year at Diamond Path and take over at Pinewood starting July 1. She will replace Principal Crisfor Town, who is retiring.
We are nationally recognized for providing boundless opportunities in which students can learn and grow. At District 196, the sky's the limit.
Average ACT Score 22.7
Our graduates scored nearly one-half points higher than the nation-leading Minnesota average on the ACT college admissions test.
88.5% graduation rate
Our graduation rate exceeds the state average by five points.
We are the 4th largest district in Minnesota, serving learners from the cities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Lakeville and Inver Grove Heights, and Empire and Vermillion townships.
Our high-quality, diverse workforce includes 2,100 licensed teachers and administrators, of which more than half of whom hold master’s or specialist’s degrees.
Sharing stories of Academic, Art and Athletic successes from around the District.
Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2022 are scheduled for May and early June, during which 2,117 students will graduate.
Critical work is happening through a collaborative approach that brings together school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists and school nurses.
McDonald has led dozens of students and teams to success at the state and national levels during his 24 years coaching at Eagan High. He is also a member of the National Speech and Debate Association’s Hall of Fame.
In the team sweepstakes, Apple Valley finished runner-up, and Eastview and Eagan finished in third and fourth place, respectively, among all Class AA schools.
Goeldner will finish this school year at Red Pine and take over at Greenleaf starting July 1.
The annual award celebrates the efforts of young high school women in their pursuit of technology education and career opportunities.
Of the 2,257 District 196 seniors included in the 2021 graduation data, 1,997 (88.5%) graduated in four years.
Students are selected for the National Merit and Achievement programs each fall based on their scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), which they take as juniors.
Make a difference in District 196 and join an advisory council. Positions are now available on the budget, Community Education, curriculum and instruction, gifted and talented, and legislative advisory councils.
Grace Alagbo and Riley Myers pinned down the competition to earn championship titles in their respective weight classes at the first-ever MSHSL girls wrestling state tournament.
Your printed spring/summer catalog should be arriving soon, and you can browse and register now. Plan ahead and ensure your spot in class!
The board approved updates to the district's operational plan that align with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised guidance on masks in K-12 and early education settings.
The School of Excellence Award earned by Glacier Hills is given to a select group of magnet schools that have demonstrated the highest level of excellence in all facets of the merit award application.
It will continue to be a work day for employees to complete regular duties that have been deferred while responding to significant staffing challenges caused by COVID-19.