The District 191 Communications Office provides strategic communications and community engagement planning for the district and is responsible for producing public relations materials including brochures, newsletters, videos, photographs and more.
The Communications Office is also responsible for maintaining the district's website and acts as liaison to Burnsville Community Television.
“Sparking curiosity and wonder in each student.” That’s the driving force behind Pathways at the elementary level in District 191. It’s not about having young learners pick their future career, it’s about allowing students to discover a world of possibilities through rich learning experiences. Opportunities for this type of interaction are found throughout the school day, and one example is the district’s specialists coming together to provide amazing experiences for every student.
One91 Middle Schools - Eagle Ridge and Nicollet - are thrilled to welcome incoming sixth-graders and their families to our Experience Middle School events! Middle school years are critical in the development of students, which is why we’ve designed our learning to foster exploration and nurture creativity as students consider their future.
Along with students from across the region, Burnsville High School students participated in the Youth in Government (YIG) conference, held Jan. 5-8 in Minneapolis. It was an immersive four-day conference that included focused discussions on current issues, social events, small-group reflection and hands-on leadership development.
Terese Trekell, first-grade teacher at Gideon Pond Elementary, connects with her students and develops relationships with them through the simple act of sharing a meal together during Lunch Bunch.
Finding a sense of community is essential for everyone. Being able to express yourself and be a part of something bigger than yourself while feeling truly connected, seen and celebrated is something we all strive for. Luckily for Burnsville High School (BHS) teacher Landen Parkin and his students, these important concepts are a big part of daily life.
Learn how Fiona Chow used early involvement to create opportunities and a path to project management and teamwork in technology and business.
The Blaze Cafe at Burnsville High School is a beverage delivery service that helps students learn a variety of skills, like teamwork, listening, communication, problem-solving and critical thinking.
Learn about Sky Oaks special education teacher Jason Ortiz-Crespin's journey in District 191 and how he is building meaningful, authentic connections in the community and beyond.
Preschool Lab will run March 2 through May 26. Classes are held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:50-11:20 a.m.
Abigail Alt, Lesley Chester, Scott Hume and Safiyo Mursal took the oath of office to begin new four-year terms as members of the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education on Jan. 12. All four were elected in November.