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Snow Day and E-learning Day on February 20
Snow Day and E-learning Day for February 20
02/19/2019
The district declared a Snow Day and an E-learning Day for Wednesday, February 20. All classes and activities, including Spartan Kids' Care, are cancelled. Varsity student athletes will receive communication from coaches. E-learning plans for all schools are available here.
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Students pose after unlocking their final mystery box
New technology Immerses Students in Learning
02/13/2019
New technology is allowing students to learn in engaging and hands-on ways. From escape room-type lessons to green screens assignments, technology is challenging students to get creative while learning future-ready skills.
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Students celebrate earning the Golden Sponge Award
Hilltop Awards Recognize Respect, Responsibility, and Safety
02/13/2019
A kindness campaign at Hilltop Elementary School is recognizing students for demonstrating the Spartan Way of acting respectfully, responsibly, and safely.
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BMX racer answers student questions
BMX Racer Encourages Students to Work for Their Dreams
02/11/2019
BMX Racer Jason Carnes visited Salem Hills Elementary School as a reward for the students' hard work during a school fundraiser. He talked to students about his career path, encouraging students to follow their dreams.
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Illustrator Mark Kistler teaches drawing to students by age group
Illustrator Leads Drawing Lessons at Salem Hills
02/11/2019
Award-winning TV host of "Imagination Station" and illustrator Mark Kistler visited Salem Hills Elementary School to provide fun drawing lessons for students by age group.
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About ISD 199

Inver Grove Heights Schools serves approximately 3,800 in our preschool, three elementary schools, middle school, and high school. We also offer a gifted magnet program, Atheneum, for eligible students in grades 2-5, which was established in 2002. Our district strives to meet the needs and advance the interests of students and parents. Students can expand their learning through honors classes in middle school and a variety of academic programs in high school, including an expansive list of Advanced Placement courses and college preparatory programs in partnership with local colleges.

TriDistrict Community Education, a part of our district, also offers a variety of programs for learners of all ages, including Early Childhood Family Education, Adult Basic Education, and community education classes for children and adults. 

For more information, contact the district office at 651-306-7800.


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