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BHS junior Scott Tinkham wins NATAS awards


Burnsville High School junior Scott Tinkham won two 2015 NATAS-Upper Midwest Region student video production awards on Sunday, April 12. Winners were announced at a ceremony held at the Radisson Blue Hotel at the Mall of America....

Categories: Arts, Athletics, Student Success

Metcalf chess wins 28th state championship


The Metcalf Junior High chess team in Burnsville won the Minnesota State Junior High Chess Championship on March 28-29. It’s the 28th state chess title in Metcalf’s history, adding to the school’s reputation as one of the most successful...

Categories: Student Success

BHS students headed to international science competitions


Once again, Burnsville High School students have been selected to attend both the International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering, Environment Project Olympiad (ISWEEP) and the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) after presenting...

Categories: Student Success, Achievement

BHS Chamber Orchestra makes music, lifts spirits at Children's Hospital


The Burnsville High School Chamber Orchestra performed for the families, patients and The Dude during the "Kids Clubhouse" show at Minneapolis' Children's Hospital on Wednesday, April 1, as part of its spring tour. In its first year, the BHS...

Categories: Arts, Community

Bowls for BrainPower set for April 23


Bowls for BrainPower, previously known as Empty Bowls for Full Bellies, is set for April 23 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Campus Cup Café at Diamondhead Education Center, 200 W. Burnsville Pkwy. in Burnsville. Students and...

Categories: Community, Arts

Get the dirt on kids and nature at the next ‘Contents’ event


As part of this year’s “Contents” series of community discussions, District 191 Community Education is partnering with Children & Nature Network and the Theater of Public Policy to present “The Child-Nature Connection: The Dirt on Kids and...

Categories: Community, Parents

Students finding balance, strength in yoga class


Picture an elective high school physical education class in your mind and it probably involves a lot of boys getting exercise and letting off steam by playing some competitive sport. But that’s far from  what you get if you visit the wrestling...

Categories: Health, Athletics

Dick Hanson receives the 2015 John Gagliardi Legacy Award


The Minnesota Chapter of The National Football Foundation is excited to announce the 2015 John Gagliardi Legacy Award winner, Dick Hanson, to be recognized at the 8th Annual Minnesota Football Honors May 3, 2015 at the Hilton Minneapolis...

Categories: Athletics, Achievement, Community