Minnesota Valley Transit Authority is suspending service to downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul on Friday and altering routes that serve Mall of America.
Community members in the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District are finding ways to honor members of the class of 2020 beyond the graduation plans that have been announced by the school district in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five local high school students were recently selected to receive a trip to Washington, D.C., sponsored by Dakota Electric Association.
Three area students were among the 44 honored with Scholars of Distinction awards in the areas of Science, STEM, Social Studies, Leadership and Theater Arts. The students represent 19 high schools, including two non-public schools, plus one homeschool student.
Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District high schools will offer seniors and their families an in-person graduation experience featuring some of the key moments that define graduation, done in a different and appropriately distanced way due to the pandemic, the district announced May 15.
Echo Park Elementary School of Leadership, Engineering and Technology Assistant Administrator Logan Schultz has been selected to be the school’s next principal, District 196 Superintendent Mary M. Kreger announced May 8.
One hundred thirty-two students at Apple Valley High School have successfully passed the STEM Innovator Portfolio Assessment and Exam and qualify for University of Iowa college credits.