Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Superintendent Joe Gothard will present a State of the District address on Tuesday, April 5 at 6:30 p.m. at Burnsville High School. Parents, staff members, students and community members are welcome to attend.
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Superintendent Joe Gothard and BHS teacher Russ Tesmer take a look at the new auto & construction trades lab, the first new learning space completed at Burnsville High School as part of Vision One91.
Educational technology is expanding in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District 191 schools and classrooms thanks to the community’s approval of the Vision One91 technology referendum a year ago.
Parents of students in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will soon have a new tool for accessing their children’s grades, test scores, attendance records and other information.
In late January 2016, the district is launching ParentVUE, a parent portal for student information. ParentVUE will replace the current portal, called SchoolView.
Students, who met with architect Mark Hayes recently, are Tyrese Leverty, Marissa Marsolek and Katie Kilinski. They're members of a #BurnsvilleStrong subcommittee on Vision One91.
A previous Vision One91 Update video covered the distribution of about 900 Chromebooks to social studies classrooms in District 191 secondary schools. Now that the devices have been in use for a few months, Superintendent Joe Gothard talks with CIS government teacher Colleen Coleman about how they are being used to augment student learning and facilitate better teaching,
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.