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Viktor teaches students how to balance meals
Viktor Teaches Pine Bend How to Fuel Up & Play 60
Viktor and his Minnesota Vikings friends taught Pine Bend Elementary School how to "Fuel Up to Play 60." They talked about eating right and exercising. The assembly also featured a special surprise for 5th grade teacher Theresa Bechay.
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Gordy Knutson demonstrates a drumming technique
Steve Miller Band's Gordy Knudtson Leads Percussion Clinic for Grades 6-12
Steve Miller Band drummer, Gordy Knudtson, led a percussion clinic for Inver Grove Heights Middle School and Simley High School students, grades 6-12. He taught them the best practices he had learned and talked to them about his life, education, and career.
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The youngest
Hour of Code Makes Computer Science Fun, Accessible for K-5
ISD 199 elementary school students joined millions of students around the world for the Hour of Code on December 4. They learned how code works from guest speakers, through tablet applications, and even in offline games.
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School Cafeteria
Angel Fund Helps Families Struggling with Illness, Disaster
The ISD 199 Food Service Angel Fund helps feed students whose families do not qualify for benefits but are struggling financially due to life-altering circumstances, such as unexpected medical bills. A donation of as little as $10 can feed a student in need for a week.
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Simley Theatre students talk about the fall play
ISD 199 School Board Meeting Highlights: November 27
The Inver Grove Heights School Board met on Monday, November 27, 2017. The meeting featured fall athletics and activities students as well as a school update from Inver Grove Heights Middle School Principal, Jodi Wendel.
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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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