Olivia Brammer and Egeziharya Yilma were selected to be among six Distinguished Finalists from Minnesota for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. This is the highest honor for volunteering that any Burnsville High School student has attained.
“To have both of them selected for this award is amazing,” said Bri Ostoff, Community Education Youth Service Coordinator. “We can be very proud that Burnsville High School students have received this level of recognition for their community service.”
Congratulations and thank you to the Eagle Ridge Student Council and all the students and staff who supported the recent coin drive. In total, Eagle Ridge Middle School raised $1,066 for the Toys for Tots!
The Hidden Valley Elementary Student Council held a coin drive in December for to raise money for Toys for Tots. Thanks to the generosity of students and staff members, and the council's hard work, they raised $687 and Target donated a $100 gift card, totaling $787.00!
Anika Campbell and Brenden Berra, along with adviser Mrs. Ertl, met at Target to pick out and purchas toys to be donated to Toys for Tots.
Marion W. Savage students will elect new student council members on Friday, Nov. 11.
- Nov. 8 -- prepared speeches to class
- Nov. 11 -- ELECTION DAY AT MWS
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Mr. Burnsville, a male “pageant” consisting of senior boys, is slated for Friday, May 22. Each boy who competes in the pageant will participate in a Q&A round, presenting an outfit that depicts his personality/activities, a group dance and an individual showcase of his talent. Contestants will be judged on a variety of things by a panel of teacher judges.
Snow Week has been a blast at Burnsville High School, with themed dress-up days, trivia, a medallion hunt and athletic events. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end.