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Apple Valley stars at State One-Act Festival
After watching and individually critiquing eight dramatic productions, a panel of judges rated Apple Valley High School and four others "starred performances" during the Class AA State One-Act Play Festival at O'Shaughnessy Auditorium in St. Paul Feb. 13. Apple Valley performed "Eurydice," the re-telling of the myth of Orpheus from the perspective of his wife. This was Apple Valley's 10th appearance at the state festival and their eighth starred performance rating, the first since 1990.
 
Three juniors selected state ExCEL Award winners
Three District 196 students are among the 32 high school juniors statewide selected recipients of the 2015 Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership (ExCEL) Award. They are Laura Bestul and Rishabh Gupta of Eastview High School and Katie Moynihan of Apple Valley High School.
 
Survey asks parents about school choice options
Parents of preschool and elementary-aged children in the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools are being asked to complete a survey to measure interest in different academic themes and alternative school calendars that may be used to create additional school choice options in the district. The school choice survey opened Feb. 3 and will remain open through Feb. 27. Parents can access the survey with a link provided by their child's elementary school or the district's early childhood program.
 
Students learn about careers in construction trades
Careers in the construction trades were on showcase at the Construct Tomorrow event February 12 at Eagan High. Students could lay a course of bricks, paint a wall with a virtual paint gun and make a foam football while learning about the insulation trade. Representatives of 14 trade associations gave students an idea of the work they do, the wages they can earn in their trade and what is needed to get started in an apprenticeship. District 196 high schools offer a variety of courses teaching trade skills, including vehicle services, small engines, welding and milling, custom metal works, cabinet making and more. (See more photos from this event}
 
Budget Advisory Council will meet March 11
The District 196 Budget Advisory Council (BAC) will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, at the District Office in Rosemount. Topics for the meeting include year-to-date budget performance, the state's February budget forecast, School Board direction on five-year plan scenarios, an update on the Strategic Planning Facilities and Equipment Task Force, and a new budget format.
 
Students qualify for DECA state competition
Eighty-three students from Rosemount and Eastview high schools qualified for the state Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) state competition that will be held March 8-10 in Minneapolis.
 

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