Referendum & construction update

The 2015 Referendum provided $66.7 million for a number of construction and renovation projects across Eastern Carver County Schools. Thank you voters and taxpayers for providing and maintaining world-class facilities for our children and community! Construction is progressing for Carver Elementary School and classroom additions are nearing completion at Clover Ridge and Victoria elementary buildings.The Chaska Herald recently featured the progress of constructing Carver Elementary. The multi-purpose facility at Chaska Middle School East will open sometime this fall and the pool addition at Pioneer Ridge Middle School is scheduled for completion spring of 2018. To learn more, click... read more

Clint Christopher meets high expectations for leadership

A message from the School Board The School Board is pleased to announce it has selected Associate Superintendent Clint Christopher to be the next Superintendent of Eastern Carver County Schools. Mr. Christopher joined Eastern Carver County Schools in July of 2014 after a rigorous selection process.  He moved his family to our district from Moline, Illinois where he was the Associate Superintendent because of our commitment to innovation and early success with personalized learning. He began his career as an elementary school teacher and principal, and later served as the Director of Technology, moving his district in Illinois from a technology laggard to a leader in just three years. “Coming to Eastern Carver County just felt like the right fit for my family and my career,” said Christopher during his interview process. As Associate Superintendent for Eastern Carver County, Mr. Christopher supervises all building principals and the Teaching and Learning department. In this role, he... read more

Ron Meyer joins School Board

Victoria resident, Ron Meyer, began his 4-year term as School Board director at the Board’s work session Jan. 9. Meyer and his wife, Erin, have three children who attend district schools. Meyer works as the Director of Finance for Eden Prairie Schools. Board members, Jeffrey Ross and Amy Logue, who were re-elected in November, were sworn in for their second 4-year terms. read more

Interim administrators named for Chanhassen High School

We are pleased to make the following announcements regarding Chanhassen High School administration: Dick Ungar will be Chanhassen High School’s interim principal for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year. This is Mr. Ungar’s 30th year as an educator, and the past 24 years have been with Eastern Carver County Schools. He has been a school administrator since 2002. Mr. Ungar helped open Chanhassen High School in 2009. Michael Bailey, Chanhassen High School social studies teacher and coach, will serve as interim assistant principal for athletics. He will receive assistance from Andy Powell, who also is a teacher and coach. Mr. Bailey will be able to rely on the knowledge of Mr. Ungar and Jon Summer, Chaska High School’s athletic director. The athletic directors of the Metro West Conference also will be able to lend advice and support to Mr. Bailey. We are confident he will succeed in this role for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year. The Chanhassen High School’s social studies... read more

Weather & emergencies: Where to get information

In the event of an emergency at a school, or in cases of weather-related changes to the school day, it’s important to know where to find accurate and up-to-date information.  Here’s how you can stay in the know about urgent situations that may affect Eastern Carver County Schools: Check our website, www.district112.org. The notice of a school closure, late start or early dismissal will appear on our home page and the home page of all schools as soon as the decision is made. Details about emergency situations are posted to the website. Enable text messaging from the district. You must configure this option in Campus Portal and we have outlined the instructions. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Not only will you get alerts, but you can catch glimpses of life inside our schools on regular school days. Automated phone calls: School closings or delays are communicated through an automatic phone calling service. Make sure you subscribe to 112Online. All parents are automatically enrolled... read more