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Gideon Pond Elementary School has been named one of the top 10 elementary schools in the Twin Cities suburbs by SchoolSparrow, which publishes public K-12 school rankings that account for differences in parent income, elevating diverse schools to...Categories: Announcements, Achievement
You are invited! There will be an online meeting for multilingual families to share information about the District 191 English Language Learning program and services. Please join us on Tuesday, October 20 at 5:30-7 p.m. using an online meeting...
This week's Burnsville High School 10A (Oct. 14) and varsity (Oct. 15) football games against Lakeville North are canceled. Although no positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, this decision is being made out of an abundance of caution. The...
More than 800 students, family members, staff members and community members participated in the District 191 Strategic Review ThoughtExchange, held Sept. 21-30. The online exchange asked stakeholders to submit their thoughts and rate the thoughts of...Categories: Announcements
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education has refinanced nearly $11.5 million in debt to save taxpayers through reduced debt payments. This refinancing will save approximately $2.2 million over the life of the bonds....Categories: Finance, Announcements
The Minnesota Department of Health released new guidelines yesterday to allow for up to two spectators per participant while still remaining under the venue maximums of 25% capacity and a total maximum of no more than 250. We realize this new...Categories: Announcements
On Thursday, Oct. 8, District 191 School Board member Jen Holweger announced her resignation from the board, effective at the end of the meeting. Holweger was elected in 2018 with her term beginning in January 2019. “I've had such...Categories: Announcements
Greater Twin Cities United Way partners with District 191 to provide career experiences for studentsOct6th
Thanks to a grant from The Greater Twin Cities United Way (GTCUW) totaling $25,000, a pilot group of 15 Burnsville High School students were able to participate and earn money in a four-week Summer Internship and Sustainability program. This...Categories: Announcements