4300 Dodd Road  Eagan MN, 55123         Phone: 651-683-6980      Fax: 651-683-6870        
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  • Free Social Media Awareness Event
    We know that parenting wired kids can be difficult, especially when we didn’t grow up with the same technology our kids have access to today. Come join Detective Desiree Shroepfer and learn more about internet safety and how you can protect your children in today’s connected world.

    Deerwood, Glacier Hills, Thomas Lake, Pinewood, Woodland and the Eagan Police Department are sponsoring this FREE Collaborative Presentation on Thursday, May 19 at 4:30 p.m.  Glacier Hills School of Arts & Science

    Posted by Cara Skoglund
  • Free Coding Event
    Come spend a few hours having fun with your child learning to code with robotics on Saturday, May 21st

    It's a free event for students in grades K-5, and all you need to do is sign up through Community Ed. Look for Code 196 or go to the link below. 


    Posted by Cara Skoglund
  • Nature's Engineers
    Nature’s Engineers: A day camp experience for all GT and Young Scholars students currently in 1st-4th grade. Registration will begin on February 29thEnrollment will be limited so register early! Contact your GT/Young Scholar Specialist or Pam.McDonald@district196.org for more information We look forward to seeing you this summer!!!

    June 20-24, 2016
    Cedar Park School of STEM
    $250.00 fee (scholarships are available)

    Posted Apr 4, 2016, 1:44 PM by Cara Skoglund
  • Carnival Volunteers Needed
    The Pinewood Carnival is this Friday, April 8th from 5:00- 8:00 p.m. We are still in need of many volunteers! You can sign up for one hour or for the entire evening. Thanks for helping make this fun night a success! 

    Sign up using this link. Volunteer Calendar

    Posted Apr 4, 2016, 6:51 AM by Cara Skoglund
  • March Madness Reading
    We want to continue the fun over spring break so we are asking you to catch your children reading in fun places.  Where in the world will they get caught reading? Catch them reading in a park or by a tree or even sitting on the couch.  We want pictures of students reading over break. We want a lot of pictures.  When break is over send in your pictures and they will go on our “Where in the World Did You Get Caught?” photo wall.   
    Posted Mar 18, 2016, 6:27 AM by Cara Skoglund
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