Inver Grove Heights Community Schools is a public school district dedicated to providing a comprehensive learning opportunity for all students. The district has high academic standards and expectations, and a record of outstanding student achievement in and out of the classroom.

Our district serves residents of all ages - from infants to senior citizens - through Community Education programs that range from early childhood to adult education to programs for senior adults.

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District News

            First Day

Welcome back, students! On September 6, students started the 2016-2017 school year at Simley High School, Inver Grove Heights Middle School, Hilltop Elementary, Pine Bend Elementary, and Salem Hills Elementary and Atheneum Gifted Magnet Program. Inver Grove Heights Community Schools has many plans in store for the new year, including a website update. For more news, please visit the "News and Events” tab.  

SAVE THE DATE: School Start/End Time Review Community Meetings
The ISD 199 School Board has requested a team of community members and district staff to review school start/end times. This request is due to research conducted on the sleep patterns of teens and the impact on student achievement. There are two community meetings to provide information and talk about some options under consideration. Those able to attend will have the opportunity to provide input on the discussions. If you are unable to attend, an online survey will be available September 30.

The information sessions will be held:

        Monday, October 3, at 6:00PM at Simley High School IMC (2920 80th Street East)
        Thursday, October 6, at 6:00PM at Hilltop Elementary School Gymnasium (3201 68th Street East)

Click here to read the research and learn more about the review. 

Two Simley Students Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists 

Simley National Merit Scholarship semifinalists
Every year, the National Merit Scholarship Program awards thousands of scholarships to high achieving students across the U.S. Less than one percent of high school seniors qualified as semifinalists this year. Two of the qualifiers are Simley High School seniors Moriah and Annika who earned outstanding PSAT scores.

The National Merit Scholarship Program will hold finalist and winner rounds to determine which students will receive scholarships. Students will be judged on their academic record, school and community activities, leadership skills, employment, and honors and awards. Judges will select winners based on their skills, accomplishments, and potential for success in college.

Finalists will be announced in February, and scholarship winners will be announced starting in April. Congratulations and good luck to Moriah and Annika!

Inquire, Inform, Inspire Community Talks with Superintendent Bernhardson
Inver Grove Heights Community Schools is committed to its community, and we want to answer your questions. 

During the 2016-2017 school year, Superintendent Dave Bernhardson will be available at locations throughout the community for informal community talks. ISD199 invites you to visit with him and ask questions about the district. No registration is required. These events are free and open to the public.

The first Community Talks event will be on Friday, September 30, 9:30AM-10:30AM at the McDonald's on the corner of 80th Street and Cahill Avenue (3075 80th Street East). Also, save the date for the October 20 talk, which will feature a tour of Simley High School’s new facilities, including the Performing Arts Center.

Click here for the complete Community Talks schedule.



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 IGH Flyer Distribution      

Community groups and non-profits within ISD 199 offer many meaningful enrichment activities and events throughout the year. Many of these groups ask to share information with our students and families. These requests generate a high volume of printed flyers. 

In order to continue to share information, but reduce the number of unsolicited flyers sent home to families, ISD 199 has created a Distribution of Materials online review process. ISD 199 does not endorse or sponsor these activities. This information is provided as a community service. 

Online posting conserves resources and saves costs for both the District and the community groups and organizations. Elementary students may still bring home flyers from district-sponsored events.

The online flyers will be posted on the elementary, middle or high school page(s) as requested by the community organization. Approved flyers will be posted in PDF format and can be viewed on any device or printed at any time.
ISD 199 is not responsible for any incorrect information on the flyer. The District reserves the right to reject, discontinue, or retract any online flyer postings that do not meet ISD 199 requirements.

Click the link below to access the IGH Flyer Distribution web page.

IGH Flyer Distribution


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