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William Byrne Elementarysign reads STEM welcomes you
William Byrne Elementary SchoolWhen William Byrne Elementary was next to the Joe Kennelly farm.
Byrne Elementary to celebrate 25 yearsMay 28, 1993 Burnsville Current reports on plans for Byrne School's 25th anniversary.
William Byrne baseball 1973 - 1974The William Byrne baseball team 1973 - 1974.
Dedication program for Byrne School 1967The Minnesota Valley Review published the Dedication program for William Byrne School in South River Hills.
William Byrne School This rendering of the William Byrne School was likely used at its dedication.
William Byrne School Class photo 1967 - 1968 does not identify students but the teacher is Mrs. Owen and they are in the third grade.
Byrne school to be dedicatedPhotos preview the dedication of William Byrne School, 1967.
Cedar School.Cedar School, 5th grade class photo 1971 - 1972, compliments of Mitch McLaughlin.
Cedar Elementary SchoolLibrary at Cedar Elementary School circa 1970.
Cedar Grove ElementaryMay, 1960 plans for a school at Cedar Grove.
Cedar school to close 1982February 25, 1982 Dakota County Tribune reports: In September, 1961 Eagan elementary school students began attending Cedar School. Twenty years later because of declining enrollment and financial constraints, the board of education voted to close the district's second oldest elementary school ....
Class Rock at M. W. Savage Elementary School 2017The rock has the date 2020... for a future graduating class.
Walk to School Day 2011 - Echo Park Elementary SchoolPhoto compliments of the City of Burnsville. More than 150 Echo Park Elementary School students will be walking or biking to this school year 2011. Many of those students have to use sidewalks along busy county highways and city streets to get to school each day. In 2011, Burnsville Police and Public Works staff met with school officials to develop a “safe route to school” program that went into effect with the new school year. The City posted custom signs with the school’s penguin mascot along the safe route, while the school promoted the program to students and parents.

The program’s grand kickoff event was International Walk to School Day on October 5, 2011. Echo Park students gathered at Alimagnet Park and walked to school along County Road 11 accompanied by Burnsville Police officers, Echo Park and City staff. International Walk to School Day is a global event where communities from over 40 countries walk and bike to school on a single day. Families, schools and communities around the globe walk and bicycle to school in celebration of Walk to School Day every October.
District 191 will consider sale of M W Savage SchoolMarch 17, 2023 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News

Board will keep Sioux Trail for lease, possible school use....
Curtis Swenson teacher of the year 1977February 9, 1977 Burnsville Current reports: Curtis Swenson, a 5th grade teacher at Sioux Trail Elementary, has been selected as Teacher of the Year by the Burnsville Education Association (BEA). Swenson, who has taught eight years, started at William Byrne in 1967. He remained there two years before taking a two year break to sell school books and supplies. In 1971 he returned to Byrne. He is now in his third year at Sioux Trail...
Newscaster Dave Moore reads at Vista ViewFebruary 25, 1987 Burnsville Current: Newscaster WCCO television visited Vista View Elementary School to read to the students.
A 2019 classroomSchool District 191 learning tools, December 2019. Photo compliments of the School District.
Margaret Doren Burnsville's first Grade School principal. Photo 1957 -1958.
Early Childhood programs 2017 -A promotional postcard explains School District 191's "We are Ready to help your child grow and learn!" program.
Vista View SchoolPerhaps a sketch used in announcing the design o the new school. Most elementary schools in the District at that time had a similar look.
Echo Park School 2017Although located in Burnsville, Echo Park is in School District 196. Echo Park School of Leadership, Engineering and Technology is a magnet school.
Echo Park School 2017Although located in Burnsville, Echo Park is in School District 196. Echo Park School of Leadership, Engineering and Technology is a magnet
Echo Park School 2017Although located in Burnsville, Echo Park is in School District 196. Echo Park School of Leadership, Engineering and Technology is a magnet school.
Edward Neill schoolArriving at Edward Neill school, 2018. Photo compliments of School District 191.
Burnsville engages elementary director - M. Darrell Miller 1965July 22, 1965 - Dakota County Tribune: M. Darrell Miller was engaged July 15 as the new director of elementary education at Independent School District 191...
Gideon Pond schoolGideon Pond school, established 1965.
Vista View School 2019Fall, 2019 Vista View GOTR team made two fleece blankets and 31 gift bags containing personal care items, small journals or activity books, writing utensils, stress balls and jars with notes of good wishes for patients receiving treatment for cancer at Fairview Ridges Cancer Center as part of their Community Impact project. The girls chose, planned, organized and completed the project using their own leadership, cooperation and teamwork in just two lessons after school. Photo compliments of School District 191.
Marion Savage SchoolFifth grade teachers welcome students back to Marion Savage School. Photo compliments of School District 191.
First day of School 2018 - 2019ISD 191 Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District, Harriet Bishop Elementary.
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