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All juniors will be taking the ACT in April.
Previoulsy, the ACT exam was scheduled to take place on April 4, with only juniors in attendance that day. However, due to the number of snow days, April 4 will be a regular day for all Burnsville High School students.
The ACT schedule is based on students' last name and will also be taken online:
Christine was one of 36 statewide ExCEL Award winners. Learn more about the ExCEL award at https://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/excel.asp.
All Burnsville High School juniors will be taking the ACT on Thursday, April 4. To adhere to the ACT testing requirements, only juniors will be in attendance that day.
Students can create a free account in ACT Academy, a resource for students to practice and polish their test-taking skills. ACT Academy will provide a customized learning path for students, based on how they answer the test questions.
Teachers can also create accounts to monitor how students are doing, create lesson plans, push out assignments and more!
District 191 students and their families are invited to learn about STEM opportunities at Burnsville High School at a special STEM Night on Tuesday, March 12 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Along with a presentation, there will be hand-on activities including 3-D printing, code drones, remote-controlled paper airplanes, virtual reality goggles, laser engraving, a battlebot competition and more. The presentation will run from 6 to 6:30 p.m., with activities afterward in an open house format.
Burnsville High School senior Andrew Carlson says about one in every four items printed in the school’s 3-D printers fails, and the plastic filament used to make that item is wasted. If he and classmate Lyla Lichliter, a junior, succeed in their capstone engineering project, that waste will be a thing of the past.
Snow Week Medallion Hunt 2019 begins today, Feb. 4!
Here we go once again. Let the medallion hunt begin. The winner is to bring the medallion to Mr. Riggs to receive their $100.00 prize.
The medallion can be accessed by anyone at any time.
The medallion is NOT hidden in any ceiling tiles.