Juniors and seniors rolled up their sleeves April 22 and participated in a variety of hands-on projects aimed at helping locally and making a positive impact globally.
District 196 students won seven of 13 state championships and 32 of the 104 total medals awarded at this year’s Class AA state speech tournament held online April 23.
The purpose of the council is to ensure community awareness and understanding of the district's gifted and talent development (GTD) programs, and to provide input to the district’s Curriculum and Instruction Advisory Council.
BeginningApril 19, we will no longer serve meals to the greater community, as we refocus on providing meals during the school day to our in-person learners. Seven-day meal kits still available for district students.
As a school district, we are saddened by the events that have taken place in Brooklyn Center, and ask that this be a time for our community to unify around our students’ well being and success.
In the four-day model, secondary students will attend school in person on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Wednesdays will continue to be distance learning days.
The annual award celebrates the efforts of young high school women in their pursuit of technology education and career opportunities.
Their performance qualified Apple Valley for the National Tournament of Champions which will be held virtually May 22-23.
Families will be able to connect with district support staff to ask questions and receive support around technology tools such as Seesaw, Schoology, the iPad, Zoom, and iPad apps. Registration is required.
The 12 seniors selected semifinalists last fall were all named finalists and are eligible for one of the approximately 7,600 merit scholarships.