Heritage uses science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts along with projects and field experiences related to the environment to help students in grades 5-8 learn in new and interesting ways. The result is inquisitive learners, problem solvers and environmental stewards who can see connections between school and real life.


Free meals available to area children again this summer
Posted on 05/19/2016
The district will provide free, healthy breakfast and lunch meals at three schools to all children 18 and under as part of the Minnesota Department of Education’s Summer Food Service Program.  READ MORE...
Grade 8 - High School Student Device Form for 2016-17
Posted on 05/13/2016
Before the start of the 2016-17 school year, Henry Sibley High School is collecting information from all current 8th grade students (incoming 9th grade) about their intent to use a school-owned laptop or bring a device from home.  READ MORE...
VIDEO: District 197 Happenings & Highlights - April 2016
Posted on 05/09/2016
Take a look back at the news and events from across the district for the month of April.  READ MORE...
Bus Registration for the 2016-17 school year
Posted on 04/21/2016
All students entering grades K-12 who are eligible for transportation and plan to ride a bus in 2016-17 must register for service.  READ MORE...
Battle of the Books energizes Heritage readers
Posted on 04/18/2016
More than 200 students participated in the 2016 Battle of the Books, a team-based competition of literary trivia at Heritage.  READ MORE...