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Burnsville High School senior Randy Austreng was nominated and selected for the “Extraordinary Impact Award” from Know the Truth, a program through the Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge that helps restore hope to people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.
Thank you to all the students who donated blood at Burnsville High School's biannual blood drive on Thursday, May 19. One hundred students participated, 55 volunteered and over 200 units of blood were collected for the year.
The students worked together for a great cause, helping build a safe and reliable blood supply and give patients in the community the gift of life.
We look forward to seeing more students at next year's event.
Did you know that every two seconds somebody in the United States needs blood?
Burnsville High School's biannual American Red Cross Blood Drive is slated for Thursday, May 19 in the BHS gym. Students who are 16 and older are eligible to participate.
Hosting an American Red Cross blood drive ... is a true partnership where everyone wins.
In celebration of National Volunteer week, the One91 Community Education Youth Service program hosted a Spring Clean-Up Day on Saturday, April 16.
During this clean-up, students in the Youth Service Program and the Burnsville High School Giving Garden club worked together to clean up the southwest side of the main campus, preparing the Giving Garden for the up coming planting season.
Last year, Burnsville High School student Egeziharya Yilma gathered school supplies worth $10,000 through a fundraiser she called Project Pencil.
This year, the National Honor Society's service project is to create a community-oriented 5K, The Doggie Dash.
All of the proceeds will go to Pets Loyal 2 Vets, a Minnesota based nonprofit that connects Minnesota veterans with therapy service dogs free of charge.