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BHS crowns 2017 Homecoming King and Queen

Burnsville High School students crowned seniors Daniel Akah and Olivia Brammer as their 2017 Homecoming King and Queen in a coronation Sept. 21.

Attendants walked into a darkened, jam-packed gymnasium, with background music welcoming them in and a spotlight and floor lights illuminating their way. Last year's Homecoming King Charlie Green and Homecoming Queen Egeziharya Yilma were on hand to crown the new king and queen. (See Slideshow)

BHS Homecoming week begins Sept. 18

Burnsville High School students, staff, alumni and community members will be celebrating Homecoming during the week of Sept. 18. There will be many festivities, including themed dress-up days, a student-wide pep assembly, an array of athletic events and the Homecoming dance on Saturday night.

Listed below are the scheduled events for Homecoming.

BHS Blazettes offer dance clinic for grades K-6

Burnsville High School’s Blazettes dance team will host a dance clinic at the high school on Sunday, Sept. 17 from 1-5 p.m. for students in grades grades K-6. Dancers will enjoy a fun-filled afternoon and discover what it is like to be a Blazette! 

Participants will learn a dance routine with the Blazettes and their coaches and have the opportunity to perform in the pre-game show at the Blaze football game on Friday, Sept. 22.

The clinic costs $40 and includes dance instruction, a Blazettes t-shirt, snack and dancer admission to the football game on Sept. 22.

Parking permits available for seniors only beginning Aug. 9

Parking permits will be available for purchase through FeePay for seniors only beginning Wednesday, Aug. 9 through Aug. 15. On Aug. 16, the sale will be open to juniors and sophomores.   

Student parking applications need to be completed and submitted with payment through FeePay.  

Prior to being issued a parking permit, students must present a valid driver's license and proof of insurance to Chris Beckers, Bursar, who is located in the attendance office.  

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