The Foundation strives to maintain a strong presence in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage community by hosting and participating in events locally.Learn More
We are proud to announce this year's round of grant recipients. Grants for the upcoming school year are announced at the May school board meeting.Learn More
Without your generous donation and those of our local business, these awards would not be possible for our student and staff members' innovative projects.Learn More
Greeted by the BHS Marching Band, District 191 staff and community partners filed into the Burnsville High School gym Tuesday morning to participate in the All-District Welcome Back event!
Because this year’s theme is A Celebration of our Collective Commitment to Being Community Strong, community partners were also invited to attend the kickoff celebration. Some who were in attendance include City of Burnsville Mayor Elizabeth Kautz; City of Savage Mayor Janet Williams; Melanie Mesko Lee, City Manager of Burnsville; Police Chief Tanya Schwartz, BJ Jungmann, Burnsville Fire Chief; Jennifer Harmening, Burnsville Chamber of Commerce, Nichol Higon, Southwest YMCA; ISD 191 Board of Education Chair, Abigail Alt; Robbie Bunnell, Foundation 191 President; and many more.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Commissioner Mary Cathryn Ricker, as well as keynote speaker Marcus Thomas of Bolton & Menk, also joined in the morning’s celebration; each offering an uplifting message. In her first All-District Welcome Back message, Superintendent Dr. Theresa Battle charged One91 staff with recognizing the uniqueness of every student. “Remember that everyone is somebody’s someone.” And finally, she encouraged everyone in the room to bring the Heat – the Hope – and the Help.
Welcome back One91 students and staff! Foundation 191 is excited for the opportunity to continue partnering with you during the 2019-2020 school year!
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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the annual golf tournament scheduled for Friday, Sept 13 is cancelled. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Our apologies, and we hope to be back next year so watch for more information throughout the year.
Thank you for your continued support of the Foundation.
Foundation 191 announced grants totaling $11,127.50 to help fund eighteen projects
Foundation 191 awarded $106,310 in scholarships to 94 Burnsville High School
Each year organizations from BHS and the surrounding community
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