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Pine Bend and Simley Receive State Grants to Update Security Measures
Pine Bend Elementary School and Simley High School will pilot some safety measures after receiving school safety grants from the Minnesota Department of Education.
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The 2018-2019 ISD 199 Student Advisory Council
Advisory Council Represents Districtwide Student Voice
The 2018-2019 Student Advisory Council met for the first time this October. The 4th, 7th, and 11th graders discussed which districtwide topics they would like to learn more about and provide their perspective on during the year.
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IGHMS Spartan
Clothing Drive During IGHMS Conferences
Inver Grove Heights Middle School will host a gently-used and new clothing drive for its recently opened IGHMS Spartan Clothing Closet during conferences, October 15, 16, and 17. Donations can be dropped off in the front office.
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College Financial Aid and FAFSA Completion Night
Get Help with FAFSA and College Financial Aid
On October 16, Simley High School will hold a FAFSA Completion Night from 5:30-7:30 PM. There will be a short presentation on financial aid and then families will be able to complete the FAFSA with help from financial aid advisors.
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Pine Bend students showcase what they have been learning for the school board
School Board Meeting Highlights: September 24, 2018
The Inver Grove Heights School Board met on Monday, September 24, 2018. Hilltop Elementary School student Tommy talked about his Buddy Bench fundraiser, and Pine Bend Elementary School gave an update on their activities with the help of some 4th grade students.
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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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