Elementary and middle school students and their parents are invited to learn more about the new “Pathways” model at Burnsville High School and get a sneak peek at the school’s new learning spaces at a special event on Monday, Sept. 26.
Beginning at 7 p.m., Principal Dave Helke will present information about how Burnsville High School is using Pathways to encourage students to think about and plan their high school experiences with their futures in mind. A Pathway is basically a series of classes that students can take to help them follow their interests and prepare for career and college. BHS students can pursue Pathways in engineering fields, arts, health sciences, business, and many more.
After the presentation, attendees can take a short tour of some of the newly constructed learning spaces at Burnsville High School, including the fabrication and STEM labs, technology-enhanced classrooms and flexible learning areas.
Burnsville High School is located at 600 E. Highway 13 in Burnsville. Learn more about Pathways at Burnsville High School at www.isd191.org/pathways.