Burnsville High School swimming teams are adding diving to the program this year.
Diving will be open to both the boys and girls programs. Swimming for girls in grades 7-12 is in the fall and for boys in grades 7-12 in the winter.
All diving practices and meets will be conducted at Eagle Ridge Middle School. Swimming practices and meets will continue to be at BHS.
Burnsville High School Athletics and Activities Director Jeff Marshall is inviting all fall sport parents/guardians and their athletes to attend a brief meeting to kick off the 2017 fall season.
Two sports practice fields to the east of the Bob Pates Stadium at Burnsville High School will be renamed this fall, following action of the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education on June 22.
Board members approved naming the fields as the “Ted Seidel Practice Fields” in honor and memory of Ted Seidel, the head boys' soccer coach at Burnsville High School for 28 years.
The Burnsville High School Giving Garden works year-round to grow food that helps support the 360 Communities food shelf and the BHS cafeteria. Students work in the winter to develop garden plans and grow starter plants. In the growing season, members plant and maintain a garden on the BHS campus.
Burnsville Beyond the Yellow Ribbon (BTYR) recognized Burnsville High School seniors who have made military commitments on June 6 during a Burnsville City Council meeting and at a reception at the Dan Patch American Legion in Savage.
Any problems with student Chromebooks over the summer should be fixed only by district technology support. Do not take your Chromebook to another repair place.
You can make an appointment on the Summer Chromebook Support Calendar.
Hours: 8-11 am on Mondays and Thursdays
Burnsville High School Quiz Bowl tied for 41st place at its fourth consecutive National Academic Quiz Tournaments (NAQT) High School National Championship in Atlanta over Memorial Day weekend.
The Foundation 191 Board of Directors recently announced grant awards for the 2017-18 school year in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.