Elementary and middle school students and their parents are invited to learn more about the new “Pathways” model at Burnsville High School and get a sneak peek at the school’s new learning spaces at a special event on Monday, Sept. 26.
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About 25 Burnsville High School students got a jump start in using their new Chromebooks so they can assist their classmates before and throughout the school year.
The automotive program at Burnsville High School just received a major boost from the Walser Foundation.
As Burnsville High School employs future-focused Pathways next year, which will have students thinking beyond credits and graduation, the goal of the Career Center will be to educate students about the choices available, and assist them in exploring their interests and finding courses that will better prepare them for their future.
Burnsville High School students are involved with the development of an in-house credit union branch that will open at their school next year.
The registration process for the 2016-17 school year has opened and will feature the new Pathways model, which represents a major shift in how we encourage students to think about their educations. Pathways will help students find and follow their interests with an eye toward their futures. It's about looking well beyond high school and preparing to be real-world ready.
Superintendent Joe Gothard is joined by Janet Rainford, registered nurse and nursing instructor at Dakota County Technical College (DCTC), to talk about the future nursing assistant program coming to Burnsville High School thanks to Vision One91 and a partnership with DCTC.