In June of 2014, the lease Independent School District 196 has with the city of Apple Valley for its School of Environmental Studies building will run out. And then? Well, nobody’s entirely sure what will happen.
There will be a little bit of Rosemount in the 2014 Rose Parade.
The Rosemount High School marching band learned Thursday it has been chosen to perform in the 125th annual Tournament of Roses Parade Jan. 1 in Pasadena.
Members of Home Free Vocal Band, a Mankato-based a capella group, worked with members of Rosemount High School choirs recently. Students got lessons on beat boxing and music arranging, among other things, and got a performance by the group.
After two years of big budget adjustments, District 196 School Board members got some good news about their financial future this week.
At a retreat Monday that took the place of their regular meeting, board members reviewed a five-year budget forecast that for the first time in at least two years doesn’t call for immediate cuts.
A shuffled lineup couldn’t keep Rosemount High School’s debate team from qualifying a team for the National Forensics League national tournament.
The team of Matt Stefanko and Ryan Kirkley finished in a tie for second at last weekend’s NFL qualifying tournament to earn a trip to the national competition in June.
District 196 is accepting nominations through Feb. 24 for the 2011-12 Andrew Christopher Randall Memorial Travel Award, given to one Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools employee annually in recognition of their ability to foster mutual respect between individual students and school staff.
Leadership on the District 196 School Board will remain the same in 2012 as it was in 2011.
School board members once again chose Rosemount resident Jackie Magnuson as its board chair at their first meeting of the new year Monday. This is the third consecutive year Magnuson has served as board chair and the seventh year overall.
Bus drivers, chaperones and crossing guards in Independent School District 196 will have to wait until July before they see an increase in their salary, but they’ll get bigger contributions to health insurance payments right away.
Matt Stefanko and Lisa Beard went undefeated in a small but talented field to take the championship at a regional debate competition last week at Rosemount High School.
Stefanko and Beard were one of two RHS policy debate teams to qualify for this weekend’s state debate tournament. They’ll be joined by policy debaters Ryan Kirkley and Wesley Just, who finished third in the regional competition, and Lincoln-Douglas debater Devin Awe, who finished fifth.
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