At One91 Community Education, we believe learning is a lifelong pursuit. We create and support enrichment and educational opportunities for people at every age who are ready to blaze their own path.
Adult programs through Community Education enables our community to learn a new skill through our many classes, earn a GED or citizenship through our School for Adults, make connections through the Senior Center, and more.
Whether it’s helping a neighbor or a classmate, donating supplies, time, or money to regional charities, or finding ways to contribute on a more global level, the commitment to service is strong here. Our students are a shining example of that.
Thanks to a federal program, breakfasts and lunches will be provided at no charge to all children, ages 1 to 18, this summer at several schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.
Four extraordinary volunteers and a local faith community have been chosen to receive the 2022 John Coskran Volunteer Awards in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 during a School Board meeting on June 9.
Commencement ceremonies will take place in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 with graduates receiving diplomas at three locations in June.
Katie Reagan, a Teachers on Call (TOC) early childhood substitute teacher in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, has been selected by Kelly Education (KE) as one of four recipients of the National Substitute Educator of the Year award for the 2021-22 school year.
Students in PreK-Grade 12 who are in need of a bike can receive one at a bike giveaway event on May 20 from 4-6 p.m. at Marion W. Savage Elementary School, located at 4819 126th St. in Savage.
Nominations are now open for the 2022 John Coskran Volunteer Award, presented annually in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. Nominations are due by May 8.
Ten Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 staff members and an entire department are being recognized for their extraordinary contributions to the One91 community with 2022 Community of Excellence (COE) Awards.
A partnership with the University of Minnesota Extension brings Cooking Matters, a cooking-based, nutrition education program, to District 191 middle school students.
Based on new guidance released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the District 191 Board of Education approved the following health and safety protocol changes for District 191 schools.
PreK Art Gallery Tour
Preschool Fall 2022 applications available January 19.
Community Nutcracker Suite Event
Reserve your Meal to Remember by December 1
When it comes to swimming, District 191 Aquatics Coordinator Jessi Mosley has been making waves since she was eight months old. Learning the movements and developing muscle memory at this young age, Mosley grew fond of the water. She went on to participate in lessons at District 191 through the American Red Cross swim program where water safety, survival, and self-rescue skills are incorporated into each level, beginning with babies.
I am so grateful to have served the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District under Tom’s leadership.
It is a pleasure to be a part of such a great community here in District 191. I love our Community Education department and I am extremely proud to serve as its new director.
Powered by a group of dedicated Burnsville High School volunteers, Brainpower in a Backpack has grown from serving weekend meals to 40 students each year to more than 700.
District 191 partners with a variety of organizations so that families have multiple ways to secure food resources. Along with our very own programs, including BrainPower in a Backpack and 191 Community Pantry, One91 is helping families become food secure during these uncertain times.
Project KIDS is an exciting before- and after-school program for elementary-aged students, Kindergarten through grade 5.
With an undergraduate degree in recreation and natural resource management, Tom Umhoefer hoped to find work outdoors — maybe with the Department of Natural Resources — after leaving Mankato, where he was born and attended college.
Instead he wound up in Burnsville in 1987, planning and supervising activities for Project KIDS, the still relatively new elementary-age child care program in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.