South metro school briefs: TriDistrict programs will move to two new sites next month
- August 6, 2013 - 3:00 PM
TriDistrict programs at two new sites
TriDistrict Community Education will be moving from its Family Connections location at 1515 Fifth Av. S. in South St. Paul beginning Sept. 1.
Community education programs will be transitioning into two sites, one in South St. Paul and the other in Inver Grove Heights.
Kid Connections, at 1541 Fifth Av. S., will be the South St. Paul site. The new Inver Grove Heights site will be located at 2925 Buckley Way.
For more information on the new locations and which programs will be held where, visit www.tridistrictce.org.
The Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan School Districts joined forces in 2003 to create Northern Dakota County TriDistrict Community Education.
Foundation 191 golf tournament Sept. 13
Foundation 191 will hold its fifth annual golf tournament at the Crystal Lake Golf Club in Lakeville on Friday, Sept. 13.
Golfers will tee off at noon. Proceeds will benefit Foundation 191, the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage education foundation.
Prizes will be awarded and dinner will be served at the ceremony following the tournament. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. The cost is $125 for golf, cart, range balls and dinner, and dinner only is $20.
Registration is available at www.foundation191.org, where you can register online or download a registration form to send in. For more information, contact Tom Umhoefer at 952-707-4112 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open houses, orientations for back-to-school
Every school in District 196 has scheduled a back-to-school event in August or September, including open houses, orientation sessions and information nights.
On Aug. 20 and 21, elementary students have the chance to have a one-on-one meeting at their school, where they can take a literacy assessment to get a jump-start on the school year.
These meetings must be scheduled by a parent or guardian by going to the school website and clicking on “Schedule a Summer Literacy Assessment.” Times will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, with some schools offering additional assessment slots on other days.
For information on any back-to-school events, call your child’s school.
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