Kathy Wittnebel, the licensed school nurse at Nicollet Middle School in Burnsville, is one of five finalists for the 2017 Minnesota March of Dimes Nurse of the Year in the Community Health Nursing category. More than 400 nurses across the state were nominated for the honor.
Terese Trekell, a kindergarten teacher at Gideon Pond Elementary School in Burnsville, was honored as a Hometown Hero during a Minnesota Vikings football game at U.S. Bank Stadium on Oct. 1.
During each home game, U.S. Bank and the Minnesota Vikings recognize a Minnesotan whose extraordinary actions have made the community a better place.
Members of the community are invited to attend a special event on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. in the Sioux Trail Elementary gymnasium as we celebrate being named a Minnesota School of Excellence, one of only eight schools to receive the honor.
For the 29th consecutive year, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 has received an award for financial reporting from the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International. The Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting (COE) Award is considered to be the gold standard and the highest recognition for school district financial operations.
“This award represents a significant achievement and reflects your commitment to fiscal integrity and high quality financial reporting,” wrote John Musso, executive director of ASBO.
Sioux Trail Elementary School in Burnsville has been named a Minnesota School of Excellence by the Minnesota Elementary School Principals' Association (MESPA), one of only eight schools to receive the honor.
Scholarships, awards and recognitions were presented to students during the 2017 Senior Honors Recognition Ceremony at Burnsville High School (BHS) on May 15.
The Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals has named Burnsville High School Principal Dave Helke its Hennepin Division High School Principal of the Year. The award recognizes school leaders who use research and innovative practices to improve their schools.
District 191 honored the 2017 One91 Community of Excellence Award winners at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 11 at the Burnsville High School Mraz Center.
The awards recognize the extraordinary contributions of staff members who empower learning, energize achievement and embrace community to achieve the district’s mission of “Each Student Real-World Ready.”
Thirty staff members have been chosen to receive One91 Community of Excellence Awards this year from Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. The awards recognize the extraordinary contributions of staff members who empower learning, energize achievement and embrace community so students are future ready and community strong.
John Glas, a math teacher at Nicollet Middle School in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, is one of 37 semifinalists in the 53rd annual Minnesota Teacher of the Year recognition sponsored by Education Minnesota.
From that group, about 10 finalists will be named in late March.