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News Archive - April 2019

Online registration for Blaze summer camps is now open!

Apr30th Online registration for BHS Summer Camps is now open!

There are a variety of great summer camps offered at Burnsville High School this year for grades K-12!   Online registration is now open. All registrations and payments are made through FeePay. For detailed information about summer...

Categories: Athletics

BHS preschool has openings for next school year

Apr30th Preschool Lab is a course offered at Burnsville High School for preschool children from the community.

Preschool Lab is a course offered at Burnsville High School for preschool children from the community. High school students, under the direction of Family and Consumer Sciences teachers, gain experience teaching and working with children in a...

Categories: Academics

Two Burnsville High School students earn computing awards

Apr30th Burnsville High School sophomore Alexis Bunnell and ninth-grader Jayden Farah

Burnsville High School sophomore Alexis Bunnell and ninth-grader Jayden Farah both received the Aspirations in Computing Award: Rising Star distinction from the Minnesota State IT Center of Excellence. The awards honor young women for their...

Middle school Latina groups provide mentors, encouragement

Apr30th Students in the Metcalf Middle School Latina group heard from Milissa Silva-Diaz this spring.

Visits from a business leader, a lawyer and a chef have highlighted a spring of mentorship for Latina girls groups at Eagle Ridge, Metcalf and Nicollet middle schools in District 191. Mary Lopez, cultural liaison for the three schools, says the...

Burnsville High School's FreeStyle will host Jazz Cafe May 10

Apr29th

Burnsville High School will host Jazz Cafe on Friday, May 10 in the E Commons (adjacent to the cafeteria), located at 600 E. Highway 13.   The FreeStyle Choir, along with soloists and ensemble, will perform during the evening....

Categories: Arts, Academics

Metcalf Drama presents original spy-themed comedy

Apr29th

Written by Metcalf Middle School teacher and drama director Steven Orth, “How to Save Your Teacher (Who Is Also a Spy) in 5 Easy Impossible Steps” hilariously brings to life a story that fulfills the fantasy of every adolescent secret-agent-movie...

Categories: Arts

Volunteers selected for Coskran Award in District 191

Apr26th

Seven extraordinary volunteers received 2019 John Coskran Volunteer Awards in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 on May 9. "Every year, I am amazed again by the tireless dedication of our Coskran Award winning volunteers," said...

Board approves contract with new superintendent

Apr26th

At its meeting April 25, the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Board of Education unanimously approved a three-year contract with Dr. Theresa Battle to serve as superintendent starting July 1, 2019. “We know that Dr. Battle will...

Categories: Superintendent Search

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