Family Accommodations

Community Education Youth Enrichment 
ISD 199 Community Education offers youth enrichment classes after school that are fun and informative for elementary and middle school students. Topics range from science exploration to art projects and more.

Early Childhood ScreeningEarly Childhood Screenings
Early childhood screenings are free checks of a child's development. Families of children who are 3-5 years old can make an appointment with the ISD 199 Early Learning program's certified nurse, who will check the child's speech and language, motor skills, and general development. The assessment is required for enrollment at any school but allows Inver Grove Heights Schools to provide the most effective support to each child and family.

Kindergarten Readiness Camp
Kindergarten Readiness Camp, or K Camp, is a two-week summer class for incoming Hilltop, Pine Bend, and Salem Hills kindergarten students. The camp prepares students for a successful transition to school in the fall. Each four-hour class is filled with fun and learning to get students comfortable with all of the things they will do at school, including eating in the cafeteria and playing with their classmates. 

Free Breakfast for All
Inver Grove Heights Schools understands the importance of starting the school day with the right fuel for learning. That is why ISD 199 Food Service provides a free, nutritious grab and go breakfast for every student to pick up on their way to class.  

Spartan Kids' Care School-age Care Program
Spartan Kids' Care offers school-age care before and after school and on non-school days. The program provides a safe, cooperative student-led environment that fosters youth development. Students in the program receive homework help, do fun activities, and build relationships with their peers.

Free Breakfast CartState-recognized School Meals Program

The Inver Grove Heights Schools Food Service Department is constantly bringing healthier and more delicious meal options to all students in the district. The department works with the Life Time Foundation and the Chef Ann Foundation to maximize nutrition, remove potentially harmful ingredients like artificial flavors and colors, and make meals that students love. The department also conducts taste tests with students to find out what menu items they like and dislike.