The candidacy filing period opened Tuesday for Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District residents looking to run for a vacant seat on the school board.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District and the district's largest union agreed to a new two-year contract last week.
Dads of Great Students, also known as DOGS, will be partnering with The Wilds Golf Course to host a Friends and Family Golf Scramble on Aug. 5 to support Prior Lake and Savage elementary schools. Brian Schulz, Westwood Elementary DOGS leader, said the program has actively been seeking busine…
After a year of discussion and planning, the Prior Lake Savage Area School Board at their Monday meeting approved holding a referendum for a technology levy request on Election Day, Nov. 2, 2021.
Recent Prior Lake High School graduates Morgan Bozeman and Magnus O’Connor are among approximately 1,000 students to receive scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities through the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program announced this month. More than 3,100 other college-sponsor…
No parent wants to imagine a scenario where their children are threatened at school — whether it's by severe weather, a power outage or an act of school violence — Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools is taking measures to prevent panic and pandemonium that could ensue after such an incident.
Recent Prior Lake High School graduate Grace Chapman is among approximately 3,100 students to receive a scholarship financed by U.S. colleges and universities through the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Minnesota's graduation rate reached an all-time high last year despite online learning and other challenges brought with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released this month by the Minnesota Department of Education.
Superintendent Theresa Battle’s leadership of the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District was once again commended by the school board in an annual performance review.
A year and half since closing three schools, Burnsville district officials continue to wade through questions surrounding the long-term future of district buildings.
Burnsville High School students will graduate in-person this year at an outdoor commencement planned for June 11, Superintendent Theresa Battle announced this month.
Public attendance will be allowed in-person at upcoming Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District school board meetings following a recent decision by district officials.
As another school year ends, Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools will say goodbye to 15 retiring staff members. The district will host a retirement celebration to honor the retirees on May 13, from 3:30-5 p.m., in the new Activities Center at Prior Lake High School.
After a year of unexpected expenditures and fluctuating enrollment numbers, school districts throughout the state face budget shortfalls that could be ongoing.
Burnsville High School siblings have both received a National Honor Society scholarship, the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District announced.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District won't expand in-person learning for secondary students during the remainder of the year, district officials announced.
Last week, Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools welcomed students grades 6-12 back to in-person learning. This marks the first time grades E-12 were able to attend school in-person at the same time since March 2020.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Board of Education approved a $2 million budget adjustment last week to help mitigate the district’s $4 million budget deficit.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District is looking to close a $10.86 million budget deficit projected for the next fiscal year while minimizing the impact to students.
A Burnsville High School senior is in the running for a national computing and information technology award after winning a prestigious statewide award.
Following updates to the state's Safe Learning Plan last week, plans are underway for Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools secondary students to transition to an in-person learning model, according to an email from Superintendent Teri Staloch sent to staff and families Feb. 23.
Members of the Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Board of Education and administrative team met virtually with local legislators Feb. 1 to discuss the district’s legislative platform and initiatives.
What career would you like to pursue? It’s a question every high-schooler hears as they near the end of their general education.
Many metro teachers who were supposed to be prioritized for vaccines were placed on wait lists after schools sent out far more invites than a mass vaccination event will be able to fill and some recipients shared the sign-up information with colleagues.
Halfway into his four-year term, Governor Tim Walz announced Jan. 25 that after two years of conversations with educators, school leaders, education organizations, students, and families, it is time to direct Minnesota in a new direction.
Envisioning a post-pandemic world for Minnesota school districts doesn't necessarily mean an end to virtual learning.
When the first round of vaccinations were offered up to school staff and child-care workers earlier this month, let's just say area school districts had to be picky in who received them.
Secondary students within the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District will now begin their rolling start back to the hybrid learning model on Feb. 8, according to an email from Superintendent Dr. Teri Staloch sent to parents Jan. 22.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School District saved nearly $173,000 in energy cost avoidance over the last school year through energy efficient buildings, mechanical renovations and the PLSAS Operations Department’s monitoring of system controls, according to a press release from the district.
The Jan. 11 organizational meeting of the Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board began with the welcoming of a familiar face and two new ones to the board.
Secondary students within the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District will begin their return to school in the hybrid learning model starting Feb. 4, according to an email from Superintendent Dr. Teri Staloch sent to parents Friday afternoon.
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed day-to-day life including how students are receiving their education.
Governor Tim Walz’s Dec. 16 announcement allows elementary students to return to classrooms mid-January using a rolling start and for the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District this means K-5 students will soon be in-person learning five days a week.
Prior Lake-Savage Area elementary students are tentatively scheduled to return to in-person learning using a rolling start beginning Jan. 19, according to an email from Superintendent Teri Staloch sent to parents Thursday evening.
The pandemic’s impact on key student achievement indicators in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District remains largely unknown after the spring’s school closures disrupted the collection of student progress data.
Suad “Sue” Said has been appointed to temporarily serve on the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District Board of Education.
The federal program that allows Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 to provide free meals to all children ages 1-18 has been extended through June 30, 2021, or until funding runs out, the district announced.
Secondary students within the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District have the next few days of school off as the district transitions grades 6-12 from a hybrid learning model to distance learning and soon K-5 students will join them.
Most school districts in Scott County will halt in-person learning for some students this month in response to rapidly increasing community spread of COVID-19.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District is looking for someone to temporarily serve on the district’s school board following the resignation of an elected member earlier this month.
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