Friendly Hills Students are participating in the academic trivia competition Knowledge Bowl for the first year ever.
School District 197 publishes news and information on a weekly basis throughout the school year. Teachers also use several tools to track progress, assignments, attendance, grades and more. Below are some tools to help you stay in touch this school year.
Third graders from Mrs. Schellinger's class have been studying geography and maps in their current Social Studies Unit.
Due to the return of more students to school and the need for buses to transport student, the last day for meal delivery service will be this Friday (February 19). Families will still be able to order meal kits for pickup here.
Congratulations to Henry Sibley High School senior Natalie Meyers, who was named a National Merit Semifinalist.
Friendly Hills 8th grader Eliav Ehrlich spent summer 2020 building a computer from scratch.
With the resignation of Stephanie Levine, who was elected the mayor of Mendota Heights, the School District 197 School Board is seeking applicants for the open seat.
Community Partners & Resources
School District 197 benefits from the support of area nonprofits and community organizations that help expand student learning opportunities.
Every Thursday, School District 197 sends out the District Update, an electronic newsletter containing news about School District 197's students, staff, and upcoming events. The updates are sent to district staff, parents/guardians, and community members who have subscribed to receive it.