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2019-2020 Student Advisory Council
2019-2020 Student Advisory Council Meets
10/09/2019
This October, selected 4th-, 7th-, and 11th-grade students met for this year's Inver Grove Heights Schools Student Advisory Council. Students will add a student perspective to district issues and develop leadership skills to bring back to their schools.
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Simley Cross County team members talk to Salem Hills students at an assembly
Spartan Superheroes Connects Students and Builds Role Models
10/07/2019
Spartan Superheroes is a districtwide program that aims to connect older and younger students, providing role models for young students and building leadership skills in older students. The Simley Cross Country team visited Salem Hills Elementary School this month.
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Pine Bend students learn about the school gardens
Elementary STEAM Nights
09/27/2019
Pine Bend Elementary School and Salem Hills Elementary School and its Atheneum Gifted Magnet Program held STEAM Nights this September. The events brought students and families together for hands-on activities and demonstrations about science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
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ISD 199 logo in red
ISD 199 School Board Meeting Highlights: September 23, 2019
09/25/2019
The Inver Grove Heights School Board met on Monday, September 23, 2019.
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Current ISD 199 School Board
Early & Absentee Voting for 2019 School Board Election
09/23/2019
Inver Grove Heights Schools voters can cast their ballots in 2019 School Board Election early by applying for an Absentee Ballot. Learn how and when you can vote early at the District Office or through the mail.
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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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