Complete information about the Nov. 5 Bond Referendum can be found at www.isd624.org/Bond2019.
Parents and their baby are invited join other parents of new babies, birth to six month old, for a free Community Baby Shower from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 15 at Normandy Park Education Center.
The Washington School Bell will now be displayed at District Center. The dedication will take place on September 28, 2019 at the White Bear Lake Area Alumni Association All-School Reunion and 100 year Celebration of the first High School Building (currently District Center).
There is an electronic form to report concerns regarding a student's well-being: mental health, chemical use, social isolation, bullying, harassment, etc.
Families, staff and community members are invited to share back-to-school pictures, along with why they are excited for the school year, on Facebook with a #BackToSchoolBears hashtag for a chance to be featured in the Community e-Newsletter.
At its August 12 regular meeting, the White Bear Lake Area School Board approved two purchase agreements for land in Hugo that recently became available.
At the July 15, 2019 Regular Board meeting, the White Bear Lake Area School Board approved the contact of Steve Asper as the Director of Technology and Innovation.
We're excited to welcome students back on Tuesday, September 3. Check out supply lists for schools throughout the district.
At its July 15 regular meeting, the White Bear Lake Area School Board unanimously voted in favor of placing a bond referendum question to address building needs across the district on the November ballot.
At its June 27 work-study meeting, the White Bear Lake Area School Board discussed the recommendation for a November 5, 2019 bond referendum to address building needs across the district.
Senior community members (age 65+) who live in the District are invited to participate in the Senior Activities Pass program and enjoy complimentary admission to school activities. Learn more.
The district recently mailed a postcard update to all district residents.
District recently received an Excellence in Financial Reporting honors from the ASBO and GFOA, the highest forms of recognition given in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting. ISD 624 has received the awards for 19 consecutive years.
The School Board recently approved a motion to authorize district administration to develop parameters for a November 5, 2019 bond referendum to address building needs across the district. The parameters will be discussed at the June 27 work-study meeting and acted upon at the July 15 regular school board meeting.