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Legislative priorities focus on funding and facilities
The School Board approved the district's legislative priorities for the 2015 session of the Minnesota Legislature at its December 8 regular meeting. The priorities, which were developed by the Legislative Advisory Council, focus on indexing basic funding to inflation; addressing school space, safety and technology needs, and increasing local control. The 2015 session begins January 6.
Budde is Minnesota Assistant Principal of the Year
Kimberly Budde of Rosemount High School was selected Assistant Principal of the Year for 2014-15 by the Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals. Budde is in her eighth year at Rosemount High, where she provides support to fine arts programs, student assessment and several academic departments. She believes strong relationships are at the heart of all good schools.
District accepting magnet school applications
District 196 is accepting applications through 4 p.m. Jan. 14 for enrollment in its three elementary magnet schools for the 2015-16 school year. Any student who will be attending elementary school in District 196 in 2015-16 can apply to any of the magnet schools. Enrollment is determined by lottery and is limited to space available at each school and grade level.
87 percent of resident students enrolled in district
Eighty-seven percent of school-aged children who live in Independent School District 196 are attending District 196 schools this year, according to student enrollment and census data maintained by the district. A "capture rate" over 80 percent is considered high for a school district in Minnesota, according to former state demographer Hazel Reinhardt of Hazel Reinhardt Consulting.
Eagan senior was finalist for High School Heisman
Eagan High School senior Noah Kuehn was one of six male finalists for the 2014 Wendy's High School Heisman Award, which was awarded in New York City December 12. The annual award honors one male and one female athlete who display exceptional leadership in the classroom, on the playing fields and in their communities. Kuehn was named a finalist for his leadership in the classroom, as a member of Eagan's football and boys' track teams, and as an active member of his church's youth group.

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