Welcome to Link12 Lakeville!

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    LinK12 School Board Report 

     

     

    Important Information for Secondary Students 

    If you are new to the school district, please watch this video to begin your orientation. If you enrolled from a Lakeville building to LinK12, proceed to the secondary orientation for indistrict students below this video.

     

      

    Secondary Orientation for Indistrict Students

      

    "At LinK12 Lakeville, student success is our number one priority."

LinK12 Newsletter Grades K-5

LinK12 Newsletters Grades 6-12

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    January Newsletter

    In January's Newsletter read more about what is happening in secondary classrooms, a counselor update, and important upcoming events and dates for LinK12!

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  •  December Newsletter

    December Newsletter

    In December's Newsletter you will read about important upcoming dates, the December student gathering, Panorama Survey, and more!

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    November Newsletter

    In November's newsletter read more about upcoming social gatherings, counselor corner, tech club, and more!

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Social Emotional Learning

    • Social and emotional learning is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

     

    • In collaboration with Dr. Clay Cook from the University of Minnesota, Lakeville Area Schools has made social and emotional learning a priority. At LinK12, we utilize the Character Strong, an evidence-based social-emotional and character development curriculum.

     

    • Building future success starts with developing a child’s social, emotional, behavioral and academic aptitude from a young age. An extensive body of rigorous research demonstrates that education promoting social and emotional learning gets results, and that teachers in all academic areas can effectively teach social and emotional skills. School environments that intentionally embed evidence-based social and emotional learning practices and programming show higher levels of academic achievement, positive behavior, self- management, and social competence.

     

    • We believe social, emotional and behavioral skills can be taught at LinK12. Morning meetings, for example, provide an opportunity for this learning and a positive start to the school day for our elementary students!

       

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