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ISD 199 Board Meeting Highlights: December 10, 2018
The Inver Grove Heights School Board met on Monday, December 10, 2018. The meeting included the annual Truth in Taxation presentation.
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Simley and South St. Paul students will transform an empty space into the new food shelf
Starting New Food Shelf Translates to Professional Learning for Simley, SSP Students
A group of Simley High School and South St. Paul Secondary students from the TriDistrict Healthcare Careers and Medicine class will work with Simley Dean of Students, Rico Bohren, to set up a food shelf to provide food to students and families in need over weekends and other non-school days.
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IGHMS Spartan Clothing Closet
IGHMS Clothing Closet Offers Resource for Students, Families
Inver Grove Heights Middle School has created a clothing closet as a resource for students and families who may need newer or warmer clothes, especially as winter begins.
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Salem Hills Elementary School 4th grader builds visual code during Hour of Code
Hour of Code Builds STEM Skills, Interest Early
ISD 199 elementary schools participated in the international event, Hour of Code. The event aims to help students understand programming and develop their interest in computer science early.
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A student accepts his certificate of completion for the Certified Nursing Assistant class
Simley Graduates First CNA Class
On November 26, students enrolled in Simley High School's first Certified Nursing Assistant class completed the course. Their completion of the course means they can take the state certification exam that will allow them to work if they pass.
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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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