After an embattled student body president resigns in disgrace, Mark Davenport figures he will cruise to victory in the special election. After all, his only opponent is nerdy Christy Martin, who wants to eliminate football. But when a mysterious Super PAC gives her an unlimited budget, things start to get very ugly.
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Nearly 180 middle school teachers in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 received Chromebooks on April 19 as part of Vision One91 and the district’s plan to increase classroom technology. All middle school students will receive the same devices before the start of school next fall.
Nicollet and Metcalf Middle School theater students are proud to present the classic American musical "Guys and Dolls."
Performances are March 15-18 at 7 p.m in the Mraz Center for Performing Arts at Burnsville High School, 600 E. Highway 13. All seats are $5. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show.
Performed with permission from Music Theatre International, NYC
Students and staff at Metcalf Middle School will face each other in the 10th and final basketball game to honor a former teacher and raise funds for scholarships.
Quiz Bowl teams are new this year at the three middle schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 and recently teams from Metcalf and Nicollet middle schools competed at the EMERALD (Edgewood Middle Entirely Raucous Academic Learning Decathlon) tournament hosted by Edgewood Middle School in Mounds View.
“We had an excellent showing and I'm exceptionally proud of our participants,” said Coach Les Moffitt. “I love watching our students compete against and defeat other schools!”
Parents of incoming sixth graders are invited to join us Feb. 23 or Feb. 28.
The Metcalf Middle School chess team continued its long tradition of excellence at state competitions, setting the bar even higher by sweeping team and individual honors at the Statewide Grade Level Championships held Feb. 11 at the school.
String instruments worth a total of $10,000 were recently donated to Metcalf Middle School by a group of local music education nonprofit organizations, area businesses, and generous community supporters. Donations also included bows, rosin, instrument cases and other accessories.