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.
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Thur., Jan 20, 6-8 PM
Fri. Jan 21, 7:30-8:30 AM
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Twenty-two District 196 high school students qualified to compete at the state debate tournament, which will be held online Jan. 14-15.
Effective immediately, students and employees who test positive may end isolation after five full days if fever-free and other symptoms have improved.
Earlier this year, for the 19th year in a row, the District 196 Finance Department also received ASBO’s Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting.
Families living in the affected areas need to make enrollment decisions for their middle school and high school aged children for the 2022-23 school year by the Jan. 5 deadline.
Thursday, Dec. 23, 2021, will be a no-school day for all District 196 students and a paid non-duty day for all contracted and scheduled district employees.
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children ages 5-11, and on-site testing is available for students and employees at the District Service Center beginning Nov. 9.
Magnet schools offer parents increased choice in their child’s education by providing a concentrated focus that offers innovative ways to meet students’ learning goals through a particular theme.
Mohamed led all vote-getters with 9,783 votes. Virnig garnered 9,623 votes. And incumbent Coulson received 9,211 votes to claim his fourth term on the School Board.
In recognition of this important declaration, we encourage District 196 families to explore the rich history of Indigenous peoples around the United States and in Minnesota.
The district average is 2.6 points higher than the national average of 20.3 and 1.3 points higher than the Minnesota average of 21.6.