Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 is a future-forward school district creating barrier-free pathways for learning for everyone in our community. We believe learning is a lifelong pursuit, and create programs, services and opportunities that inspire this belief.
For elementary learners in District 191, we begin to unpack the world of possibilities and explore healthy and meaningful expression. We want students to experience joy and growth, and to nurture curiosity as they consider the future.
Part of the One91 Pathways journey, the Automotive Pathway allows students to gain skills relevant to industry standards and be well positioned for employment and/or further education after graduation. The program at BHS supports a future-ready employment base for the automotive industry.
Information regarding the transition to distance learning Nov. 24 through Friday, Dec. 3.
Due to a surge of COVID-19 cases in our community and in our schools, we will be transitioning to distance learning for most students starting Wednesday, Nov. 24 and continuing through Friday, Dec. 3.
Preschool Lab is a course offered at Burnsville High School for preschool children from the community.
The Vista View Elementary Girls on the Run Club finished its season with a 5K race at Normandale Community College on Nov. 13, a fitting accomplishment for their hard work all fall.
District 191 will be presenting important information on English Learner education, additional opportunities for learning for families and students, and the ACCESS for ELs test.
Superintendent Dr. Theresa Battle is fortunate enough to get to see inside schools every week, witnessing firsthand the brilliance of our students, the creativity and professionalism of our teachers, and the dedication of all our staff.
Burnsville High School seniors Sami Bowlby and Zoie Dundon sign National Letters of Intent to play their sports at the Division I level.
In the special election held Nov. 2, voters in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 elected Sue Said to fill the remainder of the Board of Education term vacated by Jen Holweger in late 2020.
Rahn Elementary is focused on three values: curiosity, creativity and achievement. The school’s mission is for students to embrace their unique talents and strive to do great things.
Fundraiser to supply school health offices with culturally-appropriate clothing brings in more than triple the goal – thanks to support from District 191 staff and community, as well as donors from around the country.
Reading is the foundation for learning. There is no more important skill for young people to develop to help them grow and be successful in their future. That’s why we spend more time on literacy than anything else in our elementary schools. It’s why we spent years selecting our elementary literacy curriculum and framework and years again to make sure it is implemented well.
COVID continues to spread in our community and there will be times when some portion of our students will need to transition to distance learning to protect the health of students and staff and stop the spread. Here is some information families may want to know ahead of time, in case that happens.
Leaders of the Where Everybody Belongs (WEB) program – a student-led program where 8th-grade leaders help to welcome, orient and nurture incoming sixth-grade students – are putting into practice the skills they gained over the summer.
Danielle Christy and Les Moffitt are recipients of this year’s BestPrep Educator of Excellence Award. The award serves to recognize the top two percent of teachers who go above and beyond in their commitment to educating Minnesota youth.
When it comes to swimming, District 191 Aquatics Coordinator Jessi Mosley has been making waves since she was eight months old. Learning the movements and developing muscle memory at this young age, Mosley grew fond of the water. She went on to participate in lessons at District 191 through the American Red Cross swim program where water safety, survival, and self-rescue skills are incorporated into each level, beginning with babies.
District 191 is pleased to announce that Burnsville High School senior Zoe Olson has been selected as a National Merit semifinalist. She is one of approximately 270 Minnesota semifinalists in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program, which honors students based on standardized test scores and academic achievements.
An expanded class of 11 individuals will be inducted into the Burnsville High School Hall of Fame in 2021 after selection and induction were canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
District 191 recognizes that we make our best decisions when the people most affected by those decisions have their voices heard. Families, students, staff and community members are invited to provide their feedback on the district’s American Rescue Plan (ARP) spending proposal.
Powered by a group of dedicated Burnsville High School volunteers, Brainpower in a Backpack has grown from serving weekend meals to 40 students each year to more than 700.
The healthcare core curriculum has shaped me into a better person by improving my work ethic and communication skills.
Start exploring early, so you can discover what you like and what inspires you to do meaningful things.
Choose classes that involve you in something you like or are good at doing. Not only will you do well, but you will enjoy being in class.
When you see a chef expressing himself or herself on the plate in so many unique ways, the food essentially becomes art.