The Foundation 191 Board of Directors recently announced grant awards for the 2017-18 school year in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.
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Will you have a child starting kindergarten next year? Come to the Sioux Trail Kindergarten Open House and Enrollment Evening on Thursday, Feb. 2 from 6 to 7 p.m. This is a great opportunity to meet teachers, tour classrooms and get your child enrolled for next fall!
If you can't make it on Feb. 2 or want to see the school in action, we also have three daytime kindergarten parent tours scheduled.
For its work to become a culturally proficient school, Sioux Trail Elementary School in Burnsville has been named a top award winner in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs’ Local Government Innovation Awards (LGIA).
Music specialist Oluwatoni Adedeji of Sioux Trail Elementary in Burnsville has been named as the recipient of the Inclusive Education Practices Award for the 2015-16 school year in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.
Friday, April 22 was Earth Day and Sioux Trail students and staff observed it by celebrating “Trash Free School Lunch Day.” Staff, students
The school that reads together; learns together. That’s certainly the case with Sioux Trail Elementary School in Burnsville with its project called “Sioux Trail Reads: One School, One Book.” The same book will be read and then discussed by students, parents and staff members.
February is I LOVE TO READ MONTH at Sioux Trail. Our theme this year is a take off on the STARS WARS craze...BOOK WARS: Entering the reading dimension.
Parents with children who are entering kindergarten in September of 2016 are invited to visit Sioux Trail Elementary. We have three opportunities for families to learn more about our kindergarten program. The same information will be covered at all three events, so families only need to attend one of these opportunities.
The same book will be read and then discussed during winter break by students, parents and staff members at Sioux Trail Elementary School in Burnsville. It’s a way to build community while developing literacy, according to Principal Shannon McParland.
“We’re calling it “Sioux Trail Reads: One School, One Book’,” she said. “We’re all reading it together and we are so excited about this event!”