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Statement Regarding Fire Alarm At Burnsville High School On Feb. 16


A fire alarm was activated the evening of Feb. 16 at Burnsville High School. Police officers responded to the incident and assisted in evacuating the building and ensuring people left the event in a safe manner. When it was determined that there was...

Event aims to connect neighbors, strengthen community through conversation


Neighbors coming together to learn more about each other is a way to build community. That’s why Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Community Education has scheduled a community-building conversation from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22...

Categories: Community

Superintendent's Message regarding the recent school shooting in Florida


Feb. 15, 2018 Dear One91 Families, After the tragic and horrific events in Parkland, Florida yesterday, I know all of our thoughts are with the students, families and staff who are affected. Today is a tough day for all of us who work in...

BHS student’s app earns top spot in 2nd U.S. Congressional District contest


Congressman Jason Lewis presented Ross with his official “Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition” at Burnsville High School on Feb. 12. Burnsville High School junior Ross Waataja had just...

Categories: Achievement, Student Success

Partnership with music studio opens doors for students

Feb14th Markell Sutton lays down a track during a recording session at THE GARAGE

Homecoming pep fests are memorable experiences for most high school students, but the pep fest at Burnsville High School last fall may prove life changing for senior Markell Sutton. His musical performance led a staff member to introduce him to THE...

Categories: Student Success, Community

Burnsville High School is top public school in newspaper survey

Feb14th Burnsville High School was selected as the Best Public School in the Award Winners List 2018.

Burnsville High School is among award winners in the annual Readers’ Choice Survey of Sun ThisWeek and the Dakota County Tribune newspapers. Every year the newspapers invite readers to choose their favorites in multiple categories. Results are...

Categories: Community, Achievement

With new classes, district aims to ‘grow its own’ future teachers


Talking to a group of Burnsville High School juniors – most of whom were students of color – District 191 Systems Improvement and Student Achievement (SISA) coordinators Frannie Becquer and Jeff Pope asked how many of their teachers in the last 11...

Categories: Building Community at BHS, Academics

Students connect with professionals at BHS Career Expo


All Burnsville High School 10th grade students participated in the school's Career Expo on Feb. 1. The event brings in professionals from local and regional companies to talk to students about their career fields and how students might prepare...

Categories: Academics, Community