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Future teachers honored in annual BHS signing ceremony

Sixteen seniors who plan to become teachers took part in a signing ceremony on May 7 in the Burnsville High School Mraz Center, located at 600 E. Hwy. 13. The ceremony, similar to those where high school senior athletes sign letters of intent regarding where they will play college sports, honors students who are committed to pursuing a teaching career.

Teachers Dave McDevitt and Hayley Ohama, both advisors of the Future Teachers of America (FTA) club, were on hand to welcome parents, teachers and students to the event.

Online registration for Blaze summer camps is now open!

There are a variety of great summer camps offered at Burnsville High School this year for grades K-12!  

Online registration is now open. All registrations and payments are made through FeePay.

For detailed information about summer camps, please visit the BHS Summer Camps website.

If you have any questions about camps or online registration, please contact Jeanine Riggs at 952-707-2151.

BHS preschool has openings for next school year

Preschool Lab is a course offered at Burnsville High School for preschool children from the community.

High school students, under the direction of Family and Consumer Sciences teachers, gain experience teaching and working with children in a preschool setting.  

The preschool children will benefit from goal-oriented, small group, personalized learning in the areas of art, music, math, science, large motor, and pre-literacy presented through activities, games and learning centers.

Preschool Lab has multiple sessions for 2019-2020:

CANCELED: Burnsville High School spring clean-up slated for April 27

UPDATE: Due to predicted weather, the spring clean up that was scheduled for Saturday, April 27, has been canceled. 

The Burnsville High School spring clean-up is Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Students and staff will be cleaning up the school’s campus and preparing the Giving Garden for the upcoming spring and summer. This event promises to provide some outdoor fun while giving back to the community.

Participants should bring work gloves and outdoor tools if possible.

Burnsville High School baseball program to recognize first responders before game

The Burnsville High School baseball program will honor all current and former first responders with a special recognition of Burnsville and Savage police, fire and EMS departments, during a game on Friday, May 3 against Northfield High School.

The event will begin at 5 p.m. at Alimagnet Park baseball fields, located at 1200 Alimagnet Park Drive in Burnsville.

Special guest Kat Perkins from NBC’s “The Voice” will sing the National Anthem to kick off the games at 6 p.m. Varsity and junior varsity teams will be playing on fields 1 and 2, respectively.