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Doug Johnson, the director of technology in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, has been selected as the 2018 Outstanding Central Office Administrator – Metro Award by the Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA).
Burnsville High School senior Fiona Chow is a recipient of the TWIST EPIC Award from Target Corporation's Women in Science & Technology this fall.
Katie Salmela, the elementary media coordinator in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, has been selected as one of 22 participants in a nationwide professional development opportunity.
She will participate in the Lilead Fellows Program, which is designed to empower, enable and equip school district library supervisors to think differently and creatively about programs and education and to be leaders in their districts, according to a Lilead spokesperson.
Selena Thach, a fifth grade student at Harriet Bishop Elementary School in Savage, has qualified to compete at the state level of the National Geographic Bee.
Selena won the school competition earlier this year and then completed a qualifying test through the National Geographic Society. Only the top 100 students in Minnesota were selected to participate in the state bee.
Gavin Shaner, a fifth-grader at Harriet Bishop Elementary in Savage, placed third among nearly 1,800 students from throughout the Midwest who took the ACT Explore exam through the Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS) program.
For her outstanding science project, titled "Change in Algae Growth Using Supplemental Carbon Dioxide," Burnsville High School sophomore Claire Wentzlaff received a Special Award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix recently.
She has been offered the New American University Scholarship, a comprehensive and renewable scholarship to Arizona State University.
Members of the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education were recognized at the Minnesota School Boards Association (MSBA) Leadership Conference Jan. 14 for earning the District Award of Distinction.
Only six districts in the state qualified for the award this year. To qualify, a district must have a majority of board members who received at least 100 hours of board training.
Shrey Pothini, a fifth grader at Harriet Bishop Elementary in Savage, has been honored as a Distinguished Finalist in the Prudential Spirit of Community Service program.