District 192

Council, board positions in Farmington open for filing July 29-Aug. 12 With the terms of Rosemount’s mayor and two of its City Council members expiring at the end of the year, the candidate filing period opened May 20 for those offices that will be on the Nov. 4 ballot. The four-year terms of Council Members [...]

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Brenda Lund forges lifelong connections by Jennifer Chick Sun Thisweek Dakota County Tribune Brenda Lund feels that her main role as an educator is to make connections with students. Her peers have recognized that passion for teaching and have honored her as Farmington’s Teacher of the Year. Farmington’s Teacher of the Year is nominated and [...]

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  Farmington Area School Board Member Tera Lee announced on Monday she plans to seek re-election. Lee, who is chairwoman of the board, said she recently made the decision after consulting with family and friends. Lee first ran four years ago she said as an advocate for small class sizes and reigning in the growth [...]

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  Farmington School Board Member Melissa Sauser announced on Monday that she is running for re-election. Sauser, who was elected to her first term in 2010, said in a press release that she focused her initial campaign on improving district communication and keeping the district budget responsible. She noted that the past four years have [...]

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Farmington School Board Member Brian Treakle announced on Monday his intention to seek re-election. Treakle, who has served on the board since 2011, said in a press release that he ran for the board with the intent to focus spending more efficiently on the classroom and to improve academic performance. “We have reduced administrative staff [...]

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The Farmington Area Education Foundation announced the grant recipients for 2014-15 school year. They include: • Riverview Elementary was awarded $340 for the purchase of hands-on manipulatives to aid in the teaching of math, science and engineering for kindergarten through fifth-grade students. • Media specialists from across District 192 were awarded $1,800 to expand the [...]

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