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CANCELED: Burnsville High School spring clean-up slated for April 27

UPDATE: Due to predicted weather, the spring clean up that was scheduled for Saturday, April 27, has been canceled. 

The Burnsville High School spring clean-up is Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Students and staff will be cleaning up the school’s campus and preparing the Giving Garden for the upcoming spring and summer. This event promises to provide some outdoor fun while giving back to the community.

Participants should bring work gloves and outdoor tools if possible.

BHS juniors selected as ExCEL Award nominees

Congrats to Christine Maina and Sean Floersch for being selected as Burnsville High School's ExCEL (Excellence in Community, Education and Leaderhip) Award nominees. The award honors Minnesota high school juniors who are active in school activities, who show leadership qualities, and who work voluntarily in their community.

Christine was one of 36 statewide ExCEL Award winners. Learn more about the ExCEL award at https://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/excel.asp.
 

District 191 Bowls for Brainpower Event set for April 12

The eighth annual Bowls for BrainPower is set for Thursday, April 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the upper level of Diamondhead Education Center, 200 W. Burnsville Pkwy, in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.

This annual fund-raiser supports BrainPower in a Backpack, a largely student-supported community service program that provides weekend meals to elementary school students in need. BrainPower, which is funded entirely with donations, currently sends food home with more than 675 children each weekend during the school year in District 191.

BHS students are finalists in Prudential Spirit of Community Award program

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.”

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