Northeast Metro 916
2018-19 Annual Report
Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District responds to the unique needs of students, educators, and school districts with innovation, quality, and trusted experience.
CELEBRATING 50 YEARS
A bill was signed by the Governor LeVander on May 27, 1969, enabling six school districts to form a new intermediate district for vocational education as well as for personnel, instructional and administrative services. The district was named Special Intermediate School District 916, and the rest is history.
MEMBER DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
- Centennial #12: Kathy Timm
- Columbia Heights #13: Laura Palmer
- Forest Lake #831: Jill Olson
- Fridley #14: Mary Kay Delvo
- Mahtomedi #832: Kevin Donovan
- Mounds View #621: MarreJo Sager
- North St. Paul -Maplewood -Oakdale #622: Nancy Livingston
- Roseville #623: Erin Azer
- South Washington County #833: Katie Schwartz
- Spring Lake Park #16: Marilynn Forsberg
- St. Anthony-New Brighton #282: Laura Oksnevad
- St. Francis #15: Amy Kelly
- Stillwater #834: Sarah Stivland
- White Bear Lake #624: Kim Chapman
5,402 TOTAL STUDENTS
The number of students indicated in this report reflect a duplicated headcount, meaning that if a student un-enrolls and re-enrolls during the same school year, they are counted twice. We represent the data this way because it more accurately represents the staff time, funding and resources required to run our programs.
Total student count includes the programs listed below, as well as 280 students for Extended School Year (ESY), and 295 students in our credit recovery programs.
Area Learning Centers
Career & Tech Center
Care and Treatment
20 TOTAL PROGRAMS
Care & Treatment
709 TOTAL STAFF
INVESTING IN STAFF
Since 2015, Northeast Metro 916 in partnership with the University of Minnesota has offered a pathway to licensure program for EAs to obtain a master’s degree and teaching license in the area of emotional/behavior disorders (EBD).
In 2019, we began a partnership with the University of St. Thomas to offer a similar program for paraprofessionals and EAs who wish to pursue a master's degree as well as an Academic and Behavioral Strategist (ABS) teaching license with a focus on autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Intermediate districts operate on a fee-for-service basis. Revenue to fund student services is generated by tuition billing. The majority of district expenditures consists of salaries and benefits with budgets in specialized programs consisting of 89% staffing costs.
The information provided below is preliminary and is subject to change at the conclusion of our annual audit.
Area Learning Centers (ALCs)