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Jan. 21

School calendars approved for next two years 
The School Board recently approved the school calendars for the next two years. All students, Kindergarten through 12 th grade, will start school the day after Labor Day. New next year: the district has added two assessment days for grades K-5 during the week before Labor Day. Learn more HERE.  
Why choose Eastern Carver County Schools? 
In a recent survey, parents gave E. Carver Co. Schools high marks for the quality of education, teaching staff and learning environment. See some results and learn more HERE.  
Your school district tax bill explained 
The School Board certified its tax levy on Dec. 10. The property tax levy determines 22 percent of the district's total revenue. The largest source, 72 percent, is from the state of Minnesota. The district's property tax levy is increasing by 5.8 percent, but most properties in the school district will see no increase or a slight decrease to the school district portion of their tax bill. Read more HERE
Learn more about equity in Eastern Carver County Schools 
In September, E. Carver Co. Schools hired Equity Coordinator Michelle Milstein, Ph.D. Her role is to bring greater depth and focus to the district's work to ensure schools are inclusive of all people. To promote understanding of what equity means, and to report to our community about our progress, please see more information at