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.
When Olivia Brammer was a student at Burnsville High School (BHS), she was involved in a variety of activities and ready to start exploring career options. After taking some courses in the Healthcare Pathway and finding it wasn’t for her, Olivia tried education-focused courses the following year.
Oriana’s journey from Venezuela to Burnsville and a future in computer science
Learn about Braylon Lane's high-speed journey into education through the Education Pathway at Burnsville High School.
District 191 Education Pathway enables students to leave BHS with college credits and field experience with a head start so they can complete their degrees and come back to the district to teach.
The fifth annual South of the River Pow Wow is Saturday, May 21 at Burnsville High School.
A group of high-achieving students will receive Junior Book Awards from prestigious colleges at a ceremony on May 19 in the Mraz Center at Burnsville High School.
Eighteen Eagle Ridge Middle School students representing four different teams placed 2nd through 5th in their division of BestPrep’s Stock Market Game (SMG). A total of 205 teams participated.
Thirty-eight employees, who have contributed a grand total of 953 years of service to Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, are retiring during or after the 2021-22 school year.
In her address, Battle will reflect on District 191’s journey to become a “Pathways” district, including the steps that have been taken over the past year and the next steps ahead. She will also share the stories of students who have found their paths thanks to the opportunities provided in District 191 schools.
Katie Reagan, a Teachers on Call (TOC) early childhood substitute teacher in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, has been selected by Kelly Education (KE) as one of four recipients of the National Substitute Educator of the Year award for the 2021-22 school year.
The 2022 Open Enrollment window will begin on Monday May 2, 2022 and go through Friday May 13, 2022.
At its April 28 meeting, the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education approved a purchase agreement for the Metcalf Middle School property for a total of $12.3 million.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education approved changing the end time of the instructional day at the district’s two middle schools from 2:50 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. starting with the 2022-23 school year.
Students in PreK-Grade 12 who are in need of a bike can receive one at a bike giveaway event on May 20 from 4-6 p.m. at Marion W. Savage Elementary School, located at 4819 126th St. in Savage.
Kindergarten students in the One91 Virtual Academy will have plenty of the supplies they need to engage in hands-on learning activities at home thanks to a $3,000 grant it recently received from the Education Minnesota Foundation.
Nominations are now open for the 2022 John Coskran Volunteer Award, presented annually in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. Nominations are due by May 8.
A Children’s Art Show, featuring work from elementary students in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, opens Thursday, April 14.
District 191 will offer summer programs that provide additional support to meet the needs of all learners. There are many opportunities available for students, including One91 academic programming, Community Education enrichment and childcare opportunities, and summer athletic camps.
Dr. Angie Pohl will be named the next principal for Vista View Elementary School. She will start her new role at Vista View this summer, following the retirement of Principal Nepsund.
A viral TikTok about a “domino effect of kindness” at one school became the launch pad for Vista View Elementary School’s Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) work during the month of March. Calling it March Kindness, teachers Jen Gandrud, Jen Houtman and Courteney Ivory jumped on the idea of using cereal boxes to show students how being kind can produce a domino effect.
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.