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Ready! for Kindergarten fall session is Oct. 21, 23 and 25


READY! for Kindergarten is an innovative program offered by District 191 Community Education that provides parents of infants to five-year-olds the opportunity to impact the lively early learning years before a child enters school, helping to...

Categories: Parents

Nominations sought for 4th annual Inclusive Education Practices Award


Barbara Gierada, a teacher at William Byrne Elementary, was the 2013 Inclusive Education Practices Award winner. Nominations are being sought for the 2014 Inclusive Education Practices Award to recognize...

Categories: Community

BHS is No. 1 in College in the Schools program


Students at Burnsville High School get a jump start into post-secondary learning by taking college-level courses right at their school. Burnsville High School teacher Katie Burke works with students in her College in the...

Categories: Student Success, Achievement

Adults will read to youngsters to set new record on Oct. 21


Literacy for young learners is the focus of a national effort on Oct. 21 called "Read for the Record" in which Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will participate. Savage Mayor Janet Williams read to students at M.W...

Categories: Community

Ready to get your "Orange" on?


Burnsville football is hosting its first “Tackle Cancer” game on Friday, Oct. 10, as they play against the Lakeville North Panthers. Don't forget to pick up a Burnsville DECA-designed t-shirt for $10. Seniors can also purchase a shirt in...

Categories: Community, Athletics

District 191 schools boost their state accountability ratings


NOTE: This information has been updated on Oct. 9 based on new calculations provided by the Minnesota Department of Education.  Seven of the 15 schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 increased their ratings on the state's...

Categories: Achievement

District property tax levy may increase for next year


The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education approved a preliminary annual operating levy recently that will locally raise about $34.9 million for the 2015-16 school year. This is about 20 percent of the district's total...

Categories: Finance

New music classes attract students at BHS


New music classes being offered at Burnsville High School are popular with students, including many who have not been involved in the music program before. Burnsville High School offers an extensive music department with several bands and...

Categories: Arts