Automotive one of many new pathways at redesigned high school

​Happy Monday to you all! I hope everyonr had a safe and wonderful weekend.
Technology is an interesting thing, and the advancements in it, certainly at this point in the timeline, are absolutely incredible. Automotive technology is an excellent visual example of how far we’ve truly come in technological advancements, and students at Burnsville 

High School have been given an amazing opportunity to take advantage of pursuing a career in the automotive field. Read the snippet below to learn more.
Automotive one of many new pathways at redesigned high school

Grant from Walser boosts BHS program

By John Gessner
“Like never before, career exploration and preparation became part of the educational landscape at Burnsville High School when classes resumed Sept. 6.

That includes a strengthened emphasis for students eying work in auto repair, technology and sales, the District 191 School Board was told Aug. 25. 

The school is newly expanded to accommodate the addition of ninth-graders, with newfangled learning spaces in three new building additions. The building expansion and ongoing technology investments throughout the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage district are part of the Vision One91 referendum package voters approved in February 2015.

A major focus of the redesigned high school program for grades nine through 12 is the Pathways model. It offers series of classes students can use to explore careers, prepare for post-secondary education in a field of study or even find work after high school…”
Continue reading this fantastic article (page 9) here: http://www.teachingtodaymn.com/TTMNNov2016.html
If you don’t have your hands on a hard copy, click the link to be directed to our virtual Flip Book.
Cheers to another fabulous week of learning!

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