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Get the dirt on kids and nature at the next ‘Contents’ event

Apr2nd

As part of this year’s “Contents” series of community discussions, District 191 Community Education is partnering with Children & Nature Network and the Theater of Public Policy to present “The Child-Nature Connection: The Dirt on Kids and...

Categories: Community, Parents

Students finding balance, strength in yoga class

Apr2nd

Picture an elective high school physical education class in your mind and it probably involves a lot of boys getting exercise and letting off steam by playing some competitive sport. But that’s far from  what you get if you visit the wrestling...

Categories: Health, Athletics

Dick Hanson receives the 2015 John Gagliardi Legacy Award

Mar30th

The Minnesota Chapter of The National Football Foundation is excited to announce the 2015 John Gagliardi Legacy Award winner, Dick Hanson, to be recognized at the 8th Annual Minnesota Football Honors May 3, 2015 at the Hilton Minneapolis...

Categories: Athletics, Achievement, Community

Kindergarten enrollment, information fair set for April 7

Mar18th

Preschool children and their parents/guardians are invited to a 2015 Enrollment & Information Fair in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 on Tuesday, April 7, in Diamondhead Education Center, Upper Level, 200 W. Burnsville Parkway....

Categories: Parents

‘Class Acts’ will raise funds for scholarships

Mar18th

Nearly 150 employees in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 are involved in the upcoming 27th annual Class Acts comedy variety show to raise money for scholarships for graduating students. So far, Class Acts has raised more than $242,000...

Categories: Community

BHS senior earns Dease Scholarship, full ride to St. Thomas

Mar17th

With encouragement and support from her teachers, Burnsville High School senior Libin Said submitted an essay to St. Thomas University, one of her top college choices, in hopes of earning a four-year, full-tuition scholarship.   On Friday...

Categories: Student Success

Harriet Bishop student qualifies for state geography bee

Mar11th

Matthew Feraru, a sixth grade student at Harriet Bishop Elementary School in Savage, has qualified to compete at the state level of the National Geographic Bee. Matthew won the school competition earlier this year and then completed a qualifying...

Categories: Student Success

SSC Visual Arts Exhibit runs through March 20 at Normandale Community College

Mar9th

Several Burnsville High School students participated in the South Suburban Conference Visual Arts Exhibit and High School Art Day on Feb. 20. The 'Reception and Awards Night' celebration for the conference exhibit is Tuesday,...

Categories: Arts, Student Success

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