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Abigail Alt was voted in 4-1 on Thursday night.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage Board of Education will have nine candidates to choose from.
Statistics suggest an apparent paradox: More teachers are bowing out for retirement, and more are staying on indefinitely.
Thursday, the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage Board of Education consented to a three-year contract with new Superintendent Joe Gothard that includes annual pay raises.
After widespread technical troubles, the Minnesota Department of Education will allow schools more time to complete the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment exams.
After 21 years of service to students struggling with addiction, Sobriety High is calling it quits.
District officials say an isolated incident—a fight—prompted the suspension of six students and a modified lockdown at the school on Wednesday.
Burnsville, Shakopee and a host of districts across the state have experienced persistent technical difficulties with the online tests, which are the basis by which the students, teachers and schools are judged.
Tuesday is the last possible day for residents to submit nominees for the district's Hall of Fame, which includes former Police Chief Bob Hawkins, at least one Olympian, and the very first BHS homecoming king.
Four Burnsville athletes committed to schools in the Midwest on April 17.
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