School District Profile


 
History

Sibley East School District was consolidated on July 1, 1995 and represents the communities of Arlington, Gaylord, and Green Isle located in south central Minnesota. 

Location

The school district covers 247 square miles in the eastern half of Sibley County and northern Nicollet County.   Campuses are located in the communities of Arlington and Gaylord. The district office is located in Arlington.

Student Population

Student population for school year 2016-17 is 1199 of which 30% is minority.  The district is extremely  proud of its very well mannered, diverse student body.

Student Distribution/New Facilities


The Arlington campus houses grades Pre-K-5 and high school grades 10-12.  The Gaylord campus houses grades Pre-k-6 and grades 7-9. Sibley East Schools is currently undergoing a 43 million dollar facility renovation to build a new Pre-K-5 school in Gaylord and add additions/remodel the Arlington campus to house grades 6-12.  These new and updated facilities are scheduled to open for the 2017-18 school year.

Cutting Edge Technology

Our students benefit from state of the art technology in the classroom including a 1:1 iPad initiative, SMART boards in all classrooms, and fully networked buildings. The available technology allows for the instruction of 21st century skills in all classrooms and across all curricular areas. Outside the classroom, there are a wide variety of academic and extra-curricular activities available to all students. This allows students to engage in many areas of interest and develop skills through a wide range of experiences.

Sibley East Community Connections

Many partnerships between the school, business, community, along with city and county government allow Sibley East Schools to provide extensive programs in the areas of agricultural education, health occupations, community education, and alcohol and drug prevention. 

Sibley East Schools, in partnership with district residents, is committed to educational excellence and growth for all.

 
 


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