As has become commonplace over the last several years, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District Director of Operations and Transportation Glenn Simon had a busy summer. But now, he can at least cross the major renovations projects at Burnsville High School off his to-do list.
When the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School Board hired Joe Gothard as superintendent in the spring of 2013, it had high expectations for the district’s new leader. So far, Gothard seems to be meeting the Board’s expectations, and then some.
Savage City Administrator,= Barry Stock will serve as guest speaker for the Savage Senior Club's Tuesday, Sept. 23 meeting at 10 a.m. As he has done in the past, Stock will update the group on the latest issues and topics concerning the community of Savage.
Since school is back in session, do you remember the two-story Savage School, also known as Common School District No. 67? It stood at the northeast corner of Sibley and Walnut Streets, which is now Lynn Avenue and 125th Street.