Daily announcements are posted on the televisions throughout Eagan High School from midnight until 2:15 p.m.
Evening scheduled announcements are posted on the televisions throughout Eagan High School from from 2:15 p.m. until midnight.
School Pedestrian & Bicycle Access
During construction access to the pedestrian and bicycle routes will be provided via the route shown on the map below. Designated pedestrian access routes will be marked with signage and traffic control devices. Please stay within the designated pedestrian access routes. Pedestrian routes at Daniel Drive, Braddock Trail, and the Diffley Marketplace Entrance may change during construction. Additional information will be provided for changes in the access routes during construction. This map will be available on the project website.
Payton Otterdahl (’14, RHS), Gable Steveson (’18, AVHS) and Mallory Weggemann (’07, EHS) are among the athletes vying for medals in shot put, wrestling and swimming, respectively, in the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic games.
Formerly known as the Free and Reduced-Price Meals Program, the Educational Benefits Program is more than just a free meal application. It also provides critical funding for your child's school.
Three of the seven at-large positions on the School Board of Independent School District 196 are up for election in the Nov. 2, 2021 General School Board Election.
This experiment was part of the school’s seven-day intensive theme course, an option available each trimester that gives students an opportunity to immerse themselves in a topic and earn an elective credit.
Apple Valley, Eagan and Eastview were three of the 10 Schools of Outstanding Distinction in Speech and Debate in this year’s national tournament, based on the number of rounds of competition their students completed during the tournament.
Fifty-two District 196 high school students were named all-state musicians by the Minnesota Music Educators Association (MMEA) for the 2021-22 school year.
"We will continue to promote a culture of acceptance, understanding and achievement for all students and families in District 196."
As regulations and executive orders expire with changes in the pandemic, updated protocol include less regulations and requirements, and more personal/family choice and responsibility.
Hernandez Espinosa brings a variety of professional experience in both the public and private sectors, including recruiting diverse students and employees, and advocating for underserved populations in the legislative process.
Fifty-two graduating seniors in District 196 will be serving in the U.S. Armed Forces following graduation this spring.