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The city of Lake Elmo covers 24.36 square miles of land and is home to 18 parks including Washington County Parks and City Parks. Lake Elmo parks serve residents in numerous ways offering several recreational activities including organized sports, hiking, cross-country skiing, beautiful scenery, and much more. The city keeps its parks well maintained, giving… Read more »

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Exterior of Stillwater High School

The city of Lake Elmo is served by the Stillwater Public Schools and Independent School District 834. Stillwater Public Schools looks to ensure the needs of each student are met through continually improving and setting high expectations and standards. School District 834 serves 8,300 students and has over 1,000 employees. Stillwater Public Schools has 10… Read more »

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Exterior of Stillwater High School

The city of Lakeland is served by Stillwater Public Schools and Independent School District 834. Stillwater Public Schools looks to ensure the needs of each student are met through continually improving and setting high expectations and standards. School District 834 serves 8,300 students and has over 1,000 employees. Stillwater Public Schools has 10 elementary schools,… Read more »

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Willernie, Minnesota is a part of Mahtomedi Public Schools. Independent School District 832 is comprised of 7 schools. This district serves Willernie, Mahtomedi, Dellwood, Pine Springs, and parts of White Bear Lake, Grant, Hugo, Oakdale, and Lake Elmo. The Mahtomedi School District seeks to engage, challenge, and inspire all students. Wildwood Elementary serves children in… Read more »

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Exterior of Stillwater High School

The City of St. Mary’s Point is a part of Stillwater Area Public Schools. Independent School District 834 spans 30 miles along the St. Croix River, serving 18 communities. Today, the district serves about 8,800 students in grades K-12. Stillwater Area Public Schools is home to ten elementary schools, two junior high schools, and one… Read more »

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