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Parent survey shows positive experiences around distance learning in District 191

Nov 24th

A survey of parents conducted in early November showed most felt positive about their and their student’s experience in District 191 schools this fall, including around health and safety measures, improvements to distance learning, and...

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Speech, Debate teams still going strong in the midst of COVID-19

Nov 24th

This year has been a challenge for everyone, requiring a great deal of flexibility, strength and creativity in order to be successful this school year. Thankfully, the Burnsville High School (BHS) Speech and Debate students have all of those...

Activities, athletics, enrichment and facility rentals safety dial set at zero starting Nov. 21

Nov 20th

The District 191 Athletics, Activities, Enrichment and Facility Rental safety dial will be set at “0,” the most restrictive setting, following Gov. Tim Walz’s “dial back” announcement on Nov. 18. That setting will remain in place for at least...

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Four Burnsville Blaze athletes sign National Letters of Intent on Nov. 11

Nov 11th

The Athletics Department at Burnsville High School is proud to announce that four student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 11 to play their respective sports at the NCAA Division I or II level at the college of their...

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District 191 secondary schools will transition to distance learning

Nov 5th

With new cases of COVID-19 on the rise in Dakota and Scott Counties, District 191 middle and high schools will transition to distance learning beginning on Nov. 19. The last day of in-person instruction as part of the hybrid model will take place...

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District 191 message to families: Being prepared for what might come next

Oct 29th

At the beginning of the school year, District 191 outlined three possible scenarios for learning this year — distance learning (100% online), hybrid (a combination of in-person learning and distance learning) and in-person. For a safe return to...

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District 191 transportation outlines expectations to keep students safe and healthy

Oct 28th

We are asking families to please review our transportation expectations with their students to educate them on what is expected and why it is so important to follow them at all times while on the bus: Wear a mask at all times while on...

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The 11th annual Bowls for BrainPower fundraiser event runs November 12-19

Oct 26th

The 11th annual Bowls for BrainPower fundraiser event will be held virtually this year, with a 'Best of Show" online auction running Nov. 12-19. The online auction can be viewed at www.32auctions.com/Bowls112020. This annual fundraiser...

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Football games canceled for Oct. 14-15

Oct 14th

This week's Burnsville High School 10A (Oct. 14) and varsity (Oct. 15) football games against Lakeville North are canceled. Although no positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, this decision is being made out of an abundance of caution....

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State releases new guidelines for spectators at indoor activities

Oct 9th

The Minnesota Department of Health released new guidelines yesterday to allow for up to two spectators per participant while still remaining under the venue maximums of 25% capacity and a total maximum of no more than 250. We realize this new...

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