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Timeline

  • July 9 — Initial email about Fall Planning sent to families
  • July 20 — Survey for feedback about 2020-21 school year will open  
  • July 30 — Governor Walz’s Office, in consultation with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Minnesota Department of Education (MDE), will determine and announce the scenario model under which schools may reopen for the 2020-21 school year based on state COVID19 metrics 
  • Early August — District 191 will announce plan for the 2020-21 school year
  • Aug. 13 — District 191 will present plan to the School Board of Education 
  • Sept. 8 — First Day of School (except Kindergarten)
  • Sept. 10 — First Day of Kindergarten
  • Sept. 15 — First Day of Early Childhood Programs

Resources

As Minnesota school districts and charter schools plan for the upcoming school year, so are Minnesota families. The Minnesota Department of Education has created a guide to give families a quick overview of the education and health guidance for schools. This document is intended to help families know what information they should expect from their child’s school. The guide is available in English, Hmong, Somali and Spanish on the Supporting Student and Families COVID-19 Resources page

Recent Fall Planning Posts

District 191 will begin the school year with free meals for all children ages 1 to 18

Sep9th

Thanks to a federal program, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will provide free meals to all children ages 1-18 on all scheduled, instructional school days, including in-person...

Transportation 'Opt-Out' for fall 2020

Aug12th

One91 Families, This year, to help keep students safe, we have to limit how many students can ride on a bus. This means the district will not have as much space for students as we...

District shares learning models, health & safety plans

Aug6th

On Thursday, Aug. 6, District 191 shared its plans for the three different learning models it could use during the 2020-21 school year, depending on how COVID-19 is affecting its community...

Fall 2020 Update for families following governor’s announcement

Jul30th

One91 Families, Today, we received some direction from Gov. Walz regarding the reopening of schools this fall. Generally, his guidance is for school districts to decide how they will...

District 191 guidelines and expectations for wearing masks in facilities

Jul21st

The following guidelines and expectations for wearing masks, including cloth face coverings, paper masks and non-surgical masks, in District 191 facilities are based on guidance provided by...

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