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Haselius selected next principal at Echo Park
District 196 Superintendent Jane K. Berenz announced the selection of Tina Haselius to be the next principal at Echo Park Elementary School in Burnsville. Haselius will replace Sally Soliday, who was hired to be the district's next director of Elementary Education upon the retirement of Julie Olson at the end of this school year.
 
Themes chosen for next two magnet schools
Echo Park and Oak Ridge elementary schools will both have themes of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and leadership when they open as the fourth and fifth elementary magnet schools in Independent School District 196 in fall 2016. On May 11, the School Board approved a theme of Engineering and Technology (as focus areas of STEM) and Leadership for Echo Park Elementary, and a theme of Leadership and Environmental and Health Sciences (as focus areas of STEM) for Oak Ridge Elementary.
 
More than 2,000 students scheduled to graduate
More than 2,000 students are scheduled to graduate from District 196 schools this year. The estimated diploma count of 2,073 includes 428 from Apple Valley High School, 575 from Eagan High School, 525 from Eastview High School and 545 from Rosemount High School. To see the list of commencement ceremony dates and times, click here.
 
Survey shows support for facility improvements
District 196 received high marks for quality, job performance and value in a telephone survey of 400 randomly selected district residents conducted the first two weeks in April. The survey also shows a majority of respondents support the safety, space and technology improvements that were recommended by a district task force this spring. Results were presented at the April 27 School Board meeting by pollster Bill Morris of The Morris Leatherman Company.
 
Fifty-three students named All-State Musicians
Fifty-three District 196 high school students were named All-State Musicians by the Minnesota Music Educators Association (MMEA) for the 2015-16 school year. These students, who were selected by recorded audition, will participate in a camp this summer and will perform at MMEA's annual conference in spring 2016. To see the names of the students listed by school and the all-state group for which they were selected, click here.
 
High schools select Students of the Year
Teachers and administrators at each District 196 high school selected Students of the Year for 2014-15 based on their academic performance and participation in the given subject area. To see the names of this year's Students of the Year in District 196, click here.
 

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