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Holweger resigns from School Board; appointment, special election will fill vacancy

Oct9th

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 students

Oct6th

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

District 191 receives Minnesota Department of Education grant totaling nearly $80,000

Sep30th

Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 is one of six districts to receive a computer science grant from the Minnesota Department of Education totaling nearly $80,000, with the potential to receive an additional two years of funding for a total...

Categories: Announcements

Students in grades 6-12 will have access to fine-free student public library cards

Sep14th

We’re excited to let you know that all students in grades 6 through 12 have access to fine-free student public library cards through Dakota County Library and Scott County Library. This is an incredible opportunity for students at Eagle Ridge and...

Categories: Announcements

For BHS 9th graders, first week will include only one day of in-person learning

Sep10th

In order to ensure health and safety routines and practices are fully in place, ninth-grade Burnsville High School students participating in the hybrid model will only attend one day of in-person learning during the week of Sept. 14.  Cohort...

Categories: Back to School

District 191 will begin the school year with free meals for all children ages 1 to 18

Sep9th

Thanks to a federal program, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will provide free meals to all children ages 1-18 on all scheduled, instructional school days, including in-person and distance learning days. This will continue through Dec....

Categories: Announcements, Fall Planning

Burnsville High School graduate finds Pathways success with EMT certification

Sep2nd

A school year disrupted by a global pandemic made learning a bit challenging for many students, especially for those in Burnsville High School (BHS) Pathways courses designed to provide hands-on learning to earn college credit.  Despite the...

Categories: Announcements, Student Success

Feedback needed for District 191 Food Service survey

Aug27th

To help us plan for school meals this fall, we are asking parents to let us know if their students will get school meals. Please know that this is not a commitment. Meals will be available for purchase no matter what you answer here. ...

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