June 13: Early Childhood Programs
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Three members of the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 community are now recipients of “Community Builder” awards from the city of Burnsville.
Olivia Brammer, a 2018 graduate of Burnsville High School (BHS), and Deb and Tom Shepley, long-time parent volunteers, received their awards at the Burnsville City Council meeting on Oct. 3.
Students from Sky Oaks and Gideon Pond elementary schools arrived at a section of Civic Center Park with audible excitement Sept. 25, ready to meet the hooved friends that awaited them.
Free outdoor concerts for all ages will be offered this summer through Wednesday in the Park, a partnership of Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Community Education and the City of Burnsville.
Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in Burnsville’s Civic Center Park, just east of Nicollet Avenue between 130th and 134th Street.
Bring a nonperishable food item to donate and receive a free Pepsi product to enjoy during the show. Freshly popped corn will be selling for $1.
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.
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 is joining the city of Burnsville in encouraging drivers to be safe and drive phone-free after the city officially declared Thursday, Dec. 10 as “Burnsville It Can Wait Day.”
Victoria Biggs, Vista View Elementary (Kathy Silvers, teacher)
ZamZam Hussein, Gideon Pond Elementary (Alexis Campbell, teacher)
Students enrolled in Burnsville High School’s Interactive Design, a business elective class taught by Dr. Tyler Krebs, have produced interior panels for display in local and express Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA) buses. The panels focus on themes involving school spirit, transit and in cooperation with the City of Burnsville, Beyond the Yellow Ribbon.