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Registration opens Friday, Jan. 18 for all spring athletics

Jan 16th Online registration for spring athletics opens Jan. 18.

Online registration for spring athletics opens Jan. 18.  All registrations and payment need to be completed online through FeePay. A current sports physical needs to be on file with Mrs. Riggs prior to starting/completing the...

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Burnsville High School will host SSC One Act Festival, Evenings of One Acts

Jan 14th Burnsville High School will host the South Suburban Conference One Act Festival on Saturday, Jan. 19.

Burnsville High School will host the South Suburban Conference One Act Festival on Saturday, Jan. 19. Six schools will bring their sets and casts to perform, while prominent clinicians from the Twin Cities theatre community will assess and...

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Metcalf Drama presents ‘By Standing’ Jan. 10-12

Jan 8th

The Metcalf Drama Experience continues its tradition of presenting thoughtful, original productions with the premier of “By Standing,” a winter drama about the harm caused by indifference and inaction. The play looks at what happens when a...

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Nominations open for One91 Community of Excellence Awards

Jan 7th Community of Excellence award sits on a table.

Nominations are now open for the 2019 One91 Community of Excellence Awards to honor employees in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. The purpose of the awards is to recognize the extraordinary contributions of One91 staff members who...

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Harriet Bishop, Metcalf earn team trophies in 34th annual District 191 chess tourney

Dec 18th 118 entries made the 2018 chess tournament the largest in history.

Harriet Bishop Elementary and Metcalf Middle School took home team trophies in the 34th annual all-district chess championship at Metcalf Middle School on Dec. 15. It was the second biggest turnout in the tournament’s history with a total of 118...

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Middle school students lead their own learning in Blaze Time

Dec 18th Metcalf Middle School teacher Jessica Thomas conferring with students about their Inquiry Unit projects

What am I curious about? What do I want to learn more about? What questions do I want to answer? Students in all three middle schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 are answering those questions as part of new Inquiry Units...

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Statement from Principal McParland

Dec 17th

Metcalf and One91 families: A video surfaced this week that shows me during and after an exchange with a student. During this exchange, some of which was not shared in the video, the student directed profanities and racial epithets toward me...

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Students invited to District 191 chess tournament on December 15

Dec 5th Students makes a move during chess match

Students in kindergarten through grade 12 are invited to compete in the annual Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 chess tournament on Saturday, Dec. 15, at Metcalf Middle School, 2250 Diffley Road. Registration is 8:15 to 8:35 a.m....

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2018 Board of Education Election Results

Nov 7th

Four seats on the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 101 Board of Education were on the Nov. 6, 2018 general election ballot.  Voters re-elected member Abigail Alt, and elected Jen Holweger, Scott Hume and Lesley Chester to...

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Metcalf class project is real-life lesson in how change happens

Nov 2nd Shannon McParland sits among students at Metcalf talking about changes to the school.

Eighth-grade students who researched and then proposed some changes at Metcalf Middle School received real-life lessons through the classroom project. It started with an assignment in Steve Orth’s Blaze Time class with Principal Shannon...

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