Burnsville High School Seniors have been selected for Community Scholarship Awards ranging from $500 - $2500. Invitations to the Award Ceremony will be mailed by the end of April. Ceremony will take place in the Mraz Center at 7 p.m.
An anonymous donation of $15,297 to Foundation 191 is being used at Vista View Elementary School in Burnsville. The donation increased another $5,000 through a matching grant program from General Mills. “It was directed for use at Vista View Elementary School. The intent was for it to be used on long-lasting purchases so it can be used over and over,” said Foundation 191 President Steve Fiebiger.
Foundation 191 is a not-for-profit organization that works to expand educational opportunities in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District.
Vista View Principal Susan Risius told the School Board at the April 2 meeting the money was used to buy technology pieces for the school and each department was given some money to buy books or other supplies. Specifically, one 77-inch SmartBoard, one 63-inch SmartBoard, three LCD projectors and 220 sets of books were bought. “The purchases are affecting the whole school at Vista View,” Fiebiger said. “It has a broad and long-range impact.”Back to Top
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