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.
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.
Ninety-six students have received National Community Service Awards for their community service. As national award recipients, they are an inspiration for other students to get involved in their community.
Ninety-two percent of parents rated District 191’s response to the pandemic as “good” or “excellent” and 88 percent of parents said the quality of education in the district is “good” or “excellent,” according to a community survey conducted this spring.
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.