Ivan Zamora loves to play soccer. But realistically, he knows this passion may not develop into a career.
Burnsville High School students are involved with the development of an in-house credit union branch that will open at their school next year.
District 191 honored the 2016 One91 Community of Excellence Award winners at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 19 at the Burnsville High School Mraz Center.
The awards recognize the extraordinary contributions of staff members who empower learning, energize achievement and embrace community to achieve the district’s mission of “Each Student Real-World Ready.”
Shrey Pothini, a sixth grader at Harriet Bishop Elementary School in Savage, will be one of four people to receive a "Be the Change" award from Hands on Twin Cities at this year's Volunteer Expo at the Mall of America on Feb. 27.
District 191 Community Education is hosting a screening and discussion of "The Lobby” on March 9 at 7 p.m. as part of its ongoing “Contents” series of community events. The event was originally set for early February, but was rescheduled due to weather.
Congratulations to seniors Jake Niederluecke and Erin Fugh, who were named this year's Snow Week King and Queen!
The week-long festivities have included a pep assembly and Snow Medallion hunt, and will culminate with a Neon Dance on Saturday, Jan. 30 at Eagle Ridge Junior High (due to BHS construction).
Each month, Nicollet Junior High School recognizes students who stand out among their peers for modeling respect, leadership, service in the school or the community, responsibility, and many other F.I.R.E. character traits essential for success in school and life.
At Vista View Elementary School in Burnsville, the Girls on the Run team gives opportunities for girls to gain confidence and skills while training to run
On Tuesday, Sept. 1, Metcalf teachers will be riding a bus to two nearby parks to visit with students and families. Free FREEZE POPS will be served and samples of school supplies will be handed out. Lawn games will be available for all to play. Please come out to join us ... just look for the school bus!!
Dr. Joe Gothard, superintendent in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Greater Twin Cities United Way Board of Directors.