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

Sep 14th

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...


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

Sep 10th

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. ...


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

Sep 9th

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...

Burnsville High School graduate finds Pathways success with EMT certification

Sep 2nd

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...

Town Hall meetings, recordings answer questions about the upcoming school year

Aug 28th

Principals Helke and Bellmont hosted two virtual town hall meetings on Thursday, August 27. Information was provided about the upcoming school year, and students were given the opportunity to ask questions through the webinar format. If you...


Burnsville High School Town Hall virtual meeting slated for Aug. 20

Aug 20th

The Burnsville High School Town Hall virtual meeting was held August 20 at 6 p.m. The intent of the meeting was for parents to hear directly from our leaders on our plans for hybrid and virtual academy learning and answer any...


Transportation 'Opt-Out' for fall 2020

Aug 12th

One91 Families, This year, to help keep students safe, we have to limit how many students can ride on a bus. This means the district will not have as much space for students as we usually do.  We are asking families to help us and...

Fall 2020 Update for families following governor’s announcement

Jul 30th

One91 Families, Today, we received some direction from Gov. Walz regarding the reopening of schools this fall. Generally, his guidance is for school districts to decide how they will offer school based on how COVID-19 is affecting their...

Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) application deadline has been extended to July 31

Jul 24th

The deadline for Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) has been extended to July 31, 2020 and can provide families with children up to $325 for groceries. The Minnesota Department of Human Services says as many as 150,000 families may be...


District 191 guidelines and expectations for wearing masks in facilities

Jul 21st

The following guidelines and expectations for wearing masks, including cloth face coverings, paper masks and non-surgical masks, in District 191 facilities are based on guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control in response to the COVID...