Community Resources

Welcome to the Community Resource Page, the district’s central posting place for community flyers. Farmington Area Public Schools collaborates with non-profit youth-serving organizations within the district to share their program opportunities with students by linking their information to this site.

The Fine Print

All materials to be posted will be pre-approved. Requests may be sent here. Requests will be reviewed according to district guidelines and the decision to post is at the discretion of the District. Farmington Area Public Schools neither endorses nor sponsors the organizations or activities represented here. The Community Resource Page is provided as a community service.

Should you have any questions about an activity listed on the Community Resource Page, please contact the sponsoring organization.




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Lakeville Fire Dept Open House
09/20/2018
Lakeville Fire Department Fire Prevention Open House Tuesday, October 8, 2018 6-8:30 p.m. Fire Station 4. 185th & Dodd For more information call 952-985-4700
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Join MN Math Corps and Reading Corps
09/20/2018
Help Students Succeed Now recruiting tutors in Farmington Area Public Schools for the 2018-19 school year.
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Mayor For A Day Essay Contest
09/14/2018
The Mayor for A Day Contest is a fun way for students in grades 4-6 to talk about their city and community. This year’s contest notes that “Cities provide a variety of services and programs that make our lives better, including parks & rec, street maintenance, water and sewer, libraries, police, fire, and more! If you were mayor for a day, what would you do to make one of the services that your city provides even better?
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Person Eating
Breakfast Power Plays
09/12/2018
School is back in session! Let’s jump-start the year by eating a healthy breakfast each day. Feeling too crunched for time in the morning? The Breakfast Power Plays won’t slow you down. In fact, these quick meals will boost alertness and brain power, which can lead to better school performance. Step up to the plate and try these out!
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Farmington Tutors
Help Our Learners to Succeed--Become a tutor!
09/07/2018
Would you like to help students to become successful in reading or math? You can make a difference by serving with the Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps! We’re currently looking for tutors for the 2018-19 school year. As a part of the program you’ll spend every school day working with students 1:1 or in small groups.
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Farmers Market
Dude, Where’s the Food?
06/04/2018
Summer is right around the corner, which means kids are at home, and are hungry. Where can families get affordable healthy food?
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Family at play
"Play is the Highest Form of Research" - Albert Einstein
05/11/2018
A family that plays together stays together but can also be much more happy and healthy. For many families, play is the missing ingredient that glues the family together. What can you do to introduce more play into your family routine?
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Healthy Eye
20-20-20
04/12/2018
20-20-20 Rule The 20-20-20 rule, what does this mean and why is it important? Every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and focus your eyes on something at least 20 feet away. It’s a simple rule to follow to promote eye health. Screens are a large part of our lives, so taking measures to keep our eyes healthy and strong should be a top priority.
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Family Meals
How to Have Better Family Meals at All Ages
03/20/2018
Between school, work, hockey games and band practice, how is a family ever supposed to sit down and enjoy a home-cooked dinner at six o’clock at night? The former idea of a family meal does not always apply to our societies’ hectic and busy schedules. However, research shows that eating family meals can have a large impact on a child’s social, emotional and physical health, as well as performance in school. So how can we achieve this lofty goal? Between school, work, hockey games and band practice, how is a family ever supposed to sit down and enjoy a home-cooked dinner at six o’clock at night? The former idea of a family meal does not always apply to our societies’ hectic and busy schedules. However, research shows that eating family meals can have a large impact on a child’s social, emotional and physical health, as well as performance in school. So how can we achieve this lofty goal? Click here to find out more.
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A+ Report Card
Six Ways to Get More A's
02/15/2018
Does a child’s health impact their grades in school? YES! What can students do to improve their health and grades? Consuming at least one fruit and one vegetable daily and not drinking sugary beverages are just a few. Click here to find out the other three tips!
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