EHS 2022 Summer Community Theater Presents
July 15, 20-22, 30 - 4:00 pm
July 16, 17, 23-24, 27-29 - 7:00 pm
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.
Eagan Academy Summer Session
June - July
REGISTER HERE for Regular Ed or Special Ed/EL
Summer Stage & Showtime! Camps are back!
June & August camps for
Check HERE for information and registration.
Your mental well-being is important. If you are worried please ask for help. These pages give guidance on steps you can take.
MVTA Connect delivers flexibility, value, and more options for riders in the south metro to access the MVTA system of dedicated routes. Ride on demand service operates 7 days a week, from 6am to 9pm. Click on the link below for all the information.
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(Clothing or household items)
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Washington was the assistant administrator at Red Pine this past school year, and will take over his position July 1.
The best way to fuel your mind is to fuel your body! Free meals are available to District 196 students through a variety of summer programs.
Since 2016, the organization has been awarding Minnesota school districts and nonprofits grants to support youth mental health innovations in education, services and research.
Four teams from District 196 schools qualified for the state tournament, and two teams had top finishes at state to earn a spot at the DI Global Finals.
Griffin has been the assistant administrator at Northview since 2019, responsible for co-leading the school’s core and continuous improvement teams, providing student and teacher support, and overseeing testing.
Hernandez will take over as coordinator of the 196Online program on July 1, replacing Teaching and Learning Coordinator Jenny Huling.
Students cited a commitment to serve their country, along with earning opportunity for college, continuing a family tradition and strengthening their discipline as their reasons for enlisting in the military.
At the ceremony, each graduate was presented with a graduation stole that they will wear with their cap and gown on graduation day, a medicine wheel and an eagle feather.
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.
Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2022 are scheduled for May and early June, during which 2,117 students will graduate.