Weekly Update

One91 Virtual Academy

--------The week of February 13-17, 2023--------

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Library Field Trip

WHO: K-5 Virtual Academy students

WHAT: Field trip to the Burnhaven Library

WHEN: February 23, 10:00am-12:00 pm

WHERE: Burnsville library

Families and students will meet at the library. Those who cannot attend in person will have an alternate library activity.

Experience Middle School Event

One91 Middle Schools - Eagle Ridge and Nicollet - are thrilled to welcome incoming sixth-graders and their families to our Experience Middle School events! Middle school years are critical in the development of students, which is why we’ve designed our learning to foster exploration and nurture creativity as students consider their future.

Please join us at Experience Middle School to get a glimpse of what you’ll experience in middle school, including:

  • Learning: Grab a passport when you arrive and visit all the stops to learn more about the middle school experience.

  • Leadership: Our student WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) Leaders will be giving tours to families throughout the night. Ask them about their middle school experiences while you explore our schools!

  • Culture: Hear about our student-centered culture - and much more - at presentations given by our principals. Presentations will begin at 6:15 and 7 p.m.


Current fifth-grade students and families


Thursday, March 2, 6-7:30 p.m.


Eagle Ridge Middle School,13955 Glendale Road, Savage

Nicollet Middle School, 400 E. 134th St., Burnsville

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Registration is now open for 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade students

Does your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade student like playing video games? What if they could design and create their own video game? During Computer Club, students will be designing and creating their very own video game using a program called Bloxels EDU.

It will take place on Wednesdays before school at Vista View from 8am-9am for 6 weeks starting on February 8th.

Transportation is not provided.

Cost: Free!

If you have a 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade student who is interested in participating in Computer Club and didn’t participate in the Fall session, please fill out this interest form.

Interest Form Link - https://forms.gle/xMewjWa35RPuDqyr9

Questions? Contact Mr. Anderson - branderson@isd191.org

Space is limited - express your interest now!

Dates for Computer Club

February 8, 15, 22

March 1, 15, 22

Girls on the Run "GOTR"

Exciting news: Girls on the Run is returning to Vista View Elementary for Virtual Academy students! Girls on the Run is an afterschool program that uses the power of running to prepare 3rd - 5th-grade girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. Over the course of the 9-week, 18 -lesson season, girls learn life-changing lessons about healthy friendships, teamwork, decision-making, self-respect, and more, all while preparing to run a 5k. Open to all 3rd - 5th-grade girls and non-binary/gender-expansive youth; no previous running experience is required, and generous financial aid is available. Registration opens on February 1st at www.gotrmn.org now! Our season will be each Tuesday & Thursday 4:10 - 5:30 p.m. from April - June 3, culminating with the Girls on the Run 5K on Friday, June 3rd at 6:30 pm at the Fairgrounds!. Space is limited so register early! Visit www.gotrmn.org or contact Cindy Crawford @ ccrawford @isd191.org or 707-3421 for more information.

Feb 1st - GOTR registration opens (for all locations), online only @ gotrmn.org.

April 4 - June 2 GOTR VV/VA Spring season, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:10 pm - 5:30 pm.

Friday, June 3rd Final 5K at Fairgrounds at 6:30 p.m.

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8th Grade shift from Synchronous to Asynchronous classes

Advisory will still meet daily synchronously

February- 1 asynchronous day (Wednesday)

March- 2 asynchronous days (Tuesday and Wednesday)

April- 3 asynchronous days (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)

May- 4 asynchronous days (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)

June- 5 asynchronous days (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)

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Project Kids is Hiring

I am looking to hire some students who are at least 15 years of age or
older to be part of our Project Kids team. Project Kids is our before and
after school program which is located in all of our elementary schools.
We have many shifts available Monday through Friday with the option to
work before school or after or a mix of both. We are very flexible with
our scheduling of hours.
Project Kids is a great program where you can come to work and make a
difference in the lives of our elementary aged students. A typical day
would include playing board games, coloring, playing in the gym, arts
and crafts, helping with homework and just spending time interacting
with our kids.
If this sounds like a place that you would like the opportunity to be
involved with please call or email me at Slattery@Isd191.org
I would love to set up a time where we could meet and you can come see
our program in action.
If you’re thinking about a career in education this is the perfect job for
you. This position starts at $13.85 an hour. Email or call today- 952-707-3908.
Shar Lattery


Seniors if you haven't ordered your cap and gown yet click on the link below:

2023 Cap and Gown Link

College Scholarships

SENIORS are you looking for College Scholarships? The Community Scholarship application opens on FEBRUARY 1st. The Application is in Xello. Over 100 scholarships. Deadline March 1st.


BHS will be having our information meeting for PSEO (Post Secondary Education Option) on Tuesday, February 21st at 7 pm in the Mraz Center. This is a program for eligible 10th, 11th, and 12th graders for NEXT YEAR to gain college credit AT a near by college. This differs from the AP/CIS/Concurrent courses at BHS as the courses are physically AT the college and not on BHS grounds. However, transportation is NOT provided.

This meeting is mandatory for students who wish to participate beginning next fall. Parents are strongly encouraged to join their student as there is MUCH important information shared at this meeting. Parents cannot attend for their student.

This meeting will cover:

*What the program is

*How it works with high school graduation

*How it works with college credits and transferability to other colleges after graduation.

*Differences in expectations - academic and personal

*Difference between Fulltime and Part time participation

*Much, much more

*There will be a panel of current PSEO students to share their experience

*There will be college representatives there from the most attend PSEO colleges for BHS students.

Students should select classes for next year at VA as normal, and is required. A student's semester schedule will be adjusted once the student has locked in courses at the college.

If for some reason the student and parent cannot attend this meeting, please contact your child's VA School Counselor.

Student IDs Required at BHS Home Games

Burnsville High School Home Sporting Events: Your 2022-23 BHS, BAHS, and Virtual Academy Student IDs are now REQUIRED to attend any ticketed home sporting event. If you do not have a 2022-23 ISD 191 BHS, BAHS and Virtual Academy Student ID at the entrance of the ticket desk on game day, you will need to pay the student admission fee. The StudentVue or Schoology class schedule is NO LONGER acceptable. If you have not picked up or have misplaced your 2022-23 ISD 191 Student ID, please contact the Virtual Academy Main Office at 952-707-2900.

BHS Yearbook

Last day to order a yearbook for $75 is Friday, March 31st. There might be extras available at the yearbook pick-up table this spring, but it's unlikely. If you want a yearbook this year, (which you should because it's AMAZING) please go to burnsvilleyearbook.com and purchase it there.

Yearbook Name Change Request! Please fill out by Friday, February 24th in order to be reflected in the yearbook.

Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScWU2hx3YQZ53HXhwhYUeTFVXShP9d7NiGA5sUcwvqc80-s4w/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Community Food Calendar

Would your family benefit from a free meal or an extra bag of groceries? Check out the monthly Community Food Calendar to see where you can find free food resources in the area.

February 2023 Food Calendar

BHS to Present Little Women

Burnsville High School junior Victoria Jacobson leads the cast in the role of Jo March, who is growing up with her sisters Meg (junior Cori Dawson), Beth (sophomore Allie Stuart), and Amy (junior Sara Russell) during the Civil War. They strive to be brave, intelligent and imaginative young women. But as adulthood approaches, each sister must negotiate her private ambitions with society’s expectations.

While the characters may be familiar to readers of all generations, Hamill’s adaptation reveals that the March sisters still have plenty to say to 21st century fans of the classic coming-of-age novel.

What? Little Women
Where? Mraz Center for the Performing Arts, Burnsville High School
Feb. 15: FREE preview for senior citizens at 4 p.m

Feb. 16 & 17 at 7 p.m.
Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Feb. 23 & 24 at 7 p.m.
Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Tickets: May be purchased online or at the door. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors, and $6 for students.

Weather Related Learning Day Expectations

Elementary School VA Students

Morning meetings will happen at the regular scheduled times. Asynchronous work throughout the day. Ability to check in with teacher's regular office hours for help.

Middle School VA Students

Due to shared staff with virtual academy and our in-person schools, middle school VA will be primarily asynchronous.

Teachers will post an assignment on Schoology for each class. Each class will have one assignment posted and attendance will be taken for each class based on completion of that assignment.

Advisory will take place today from 9-10am.

Students should use the advisory link they use each day. Please note that advisory is at a different time today and will be the only live session today.

Teachers will also be available throughout the day via Schoology and e-mail to assist students and answer questions.

High School VA Students

Because high school VA is asynchronous with work posted weekly, there will be no change to high school VA programming today.

Community Education

The Winter/Spring Youth Brochures are here! Check out the many opportunities available through our Community Education Department.
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----- Upcoming Events-----


20- No School, Professional day

23- K-5 Field trip to the Burnhaven library 10am-12pm


2- Experience Middle School for 5th graders 6pm-7:30pm

8-10- Spring Conferences

Chromebook Troubleshooting

If you are having problems with your Chromebook - here are a few steps to troubleshoot before you visit the Tech Help Desk. Start with #1 and follow the steps to see if it solves your Chromebook problems. For Chromebook usage tips, please see


New Technology Ticket

Click on the link for a slideshow of how to use the new tech ticketing system on students Chromebooks.


Parents can use the following link to submit a ticket on their students behalf.


-------- Important Numbers to Know-----------

Attendance line (952)707-2904

Main number (952)707-2900

Technology support (952)707-2758