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One91 Pathways PreK – 8 Implementation Continues


In her State of the District speech in spring 2020, Superintendent Dr. Theresa Battle committed to rolling out the innovative and successful One91 Pathways program across all grades starting in the fall. In her plan, Dr. Battle laid out the idea of...

Categories: Announcements, Innovation

Discover District 191 at virtual open houses


Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will host virtual open houses where families will learn about our pre-K, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school programs. During these online Zoom events, families will hear from staff and...

Categories: Announcements

Update on Elementary Students Returning to In-Person Learning


District 191 continues to plan for elementary students to return to in-person learning beginning on Feb. 1 and will provide new information as it is finalized. New information is below, but you can find previous updates - including the timeline for...

Categories: Announcements, COVID-19

District lays out plans for online school


The lessons learned leading up to and during the COVID-19 pandemic have helped District 191 prepare to offer One91 Virtual Academy as a permanent online option for families. A plan for a new online school, which would be available to District 191...

Categories: Announcements

Special election will be held Nov. 2


The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education officially set Nov. 2, 2021, as the date of a special election to fill the remainder of the term previously held by Jen Holweger, who resigned in October. The Board appointed Sue...

Categories: Announcements

District 191 Board welcomes new members, elects officers for 2021


Toni Conner, Sue Said and Anna Werb took the oath of office as new members of the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education on Jan. 14, while Eric Miller was sworn in to his second term on the board.  Members of the...

Categories: Announcements

Winter weather information: Project KIDS and childcare programs will be closed on Friday, Jan. 15; distance learning continues


Due to inclement weather, Project KIDS and other school-day programs and activities will be closed on Friday, Jan. 15.  Distance learning for students will continue as planned. Activities scheduled for after 2 p.m. are expected to...

Categories: Announcements

ACCESS 2.0 information for parents, students


Minnesota is still requiring districts to give the ACCESS 2.0 standardized test to all English Learners this year, but is allowing parents to choose that their children not take the test due to Covid-19 and the disruptions it has caused in students...

Categories: Announcements