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Equity leader Qorsho Hassan named a finalist for Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Apr8th

Qorsho Hassan, fifth-grade teacher at Gideon Pond Elementary, is one of 10 finalists in the 2020 Minnesota Teacher of the Year Award program. There were 135 candidates for the award this year, and an independent selection panel of 24 leaders...

Categories: Announcements, Achievement, Innovation

Student-centered literacy curriculum fosters love of reading, signs of growth

Mar11th

A new literacy curriculum in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 elementary schools has shown signs of growth for the district’s youngest readers, with nine out of 10 schools surpassing the state average when it comes to student progress on...

Categories: Innovation

Superintendent's Column: Creating equitable programming and Pathways for all District 191 students

Jan15th

Imagine if you didn’t have to worry about which school your child attends. Wherever they go, they find welcoming, caring, talented teachers and staff. They have opportunities to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) in ways that...

Categories: Innovation, Dr. Battle

Sky Oaks presents at national conference for experts in social and emotional learning

Oct28th

Sky Oaks Elementary was selected to present at the Collaborative Approach for Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) inaugural SEL Exchange, held Oct. 2-4 in Chicago. The conference attracted 1,500 leaders and experts committed to SEL (social and...

Categories: Announcements, Innovation

Greater Twin Cities United Way grant spotlights manufacturing careers

Oct10th

A grant from the Greater Twin Cities United Way (GTCUW) totaling $10,000 is intended to expose Burnsville High School students to careers in manufacturing.  Sourced through GTCUW by a local manufacturer, District 191 will use the grant to...

Categories: Announcements, Finance, Innovation

Student-driven ‘Change to Chill’ room helps students identify and manage stress

Sep16th

Burnsville High School was selected to be a pilot school for a program called Change to Chill (CTC) after applying for and receiving a grant through Allina Health.  Fully funded by Allina Health for the 2019-20 school year, the CTC program...

Categories: Announcements, Innovation

‘Flexible learning’ plan will counteract days lost for weather

Jun14th

During the 2018-19 school year, snow or extreme cold weather led to six school days being canceled and two more starting late. Although two days were eventually made up, four of the cancelations happened in a single week, causing a significant...

Categories: Academics, Announcements, Innovation

Foundation 191 announced more than $11,000 in grants to District 191 schools

Jun14th

Foundation 191 announced grants totaling $11,127.50 to help fund 18 projects in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 for the 2019-20 school year. 2019-20 grants are:   Burnsville High School, $3000 for Junior Achievement Finance...

Categories: Community, Innovation

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