For the third consecutive year, Edward Neill Elementary School in Burnsville is being recognized as a Reward School by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) based on results of the Multiple Measurements Rating (MMR), the state's measurement of school performance.
Two schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 again achieved Reward School status in the state's measurement of school performance called Multiple Measurements Rating (MMR), according to information received from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) this week.
Gideon Pond and Edward Neill Elementary Schools in Burnsville ranked among the top 15 percent of Minnesota schools that qualify for federal Title I funding, which is based on the number of students who qualify for free or reduced lunches.
An exhibit currently at the Ames Center in Burnsville includes work by three art teachers in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. They are among seven local artists featured in the Ames Center Spotlight Showcase through April 28.
Over spring break, Dr. Vaught traveled to the Patagonia region of southern Chile to explore Torres del Paine National Park. While there, she hiked more than 50 miles, got to walk on a 15 mile-wide glacier, and explore beautiful forests.
Bjorn Anderson and Bobby Griffiths from Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 have been named TIES 2014 Exceptional Teachers and will be honored during the TIES Education Technology Conference in December.
Staff and students at Edward Neill Elementary School in Burnsville were rewarded in early October with the announcement that the school was named a “Reward School” by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) for the second consecutive year.