200 W Burnsville Pkwy Suite 100,
Burnsville, MN 55337

2020-2021 District 191 School Age Care (K-5)
Burnsville, Eagan, Savage



School Age Care for children in grades K-5
will be available to ALL FAMILIES 
enrolled in District 191 beginning September 10.
 Care is provided Monday through Friday 
at MW Savage and Sioux Trail  
from 7 am-5:30 pm. 

District 191 School Age Childcare is supported by Project KIDS
and will be available beginning September 14 at ALL elementary schools. 
Before school from 7-9 am and after school from 3-5:30 pm
on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
This is for students who are attending school in-person at those sites, on those days.

All-day childcare for students in grades K-5 who are participating in distance learning
will be available Monday through Friday from 7 am to 5:30 pm at two locations in the district.

Students who attend Harriet Bishop, Neill, Vista View and Hidden Valley Elementaries
will have access to child care at MW Savage Elementary.

Students who attend Sky Oaks, William Byrne, Rahn and Gideon Pond
will have access to care at Sioux Trail Elementary. 

Wednesdays are distance learning and childcare is available from 7 am-5:30 pm.

Registration is on a first come first serve basis.

Please fill out a registration form indicating what your needs are as well as the monthly participant calendar so we can accurately assess space needs.  
For students attending:
Rahn, William Byrne, Gideon Pond, Sky Oaks and Sioux Trail email your registration to
Stacey Konopa at Skonopa@isd191.org or Jeanine Kristjanson at Jkristjanson@isd191.org 

Neill, Vista View, Hidden Valley, Harriet Bishop & MW Savage email your registration to
Martha Dudley at Mdudley@isd191.org or Shar Lattery at slattery@isd191.org.

To register click the School Year Registation link.
Tier 1 employees, please read through the Tier 1 information link. 

**Please note: The school-age care for children of critical workers is intended for extreme circumstances in which no parent or guardian is at home, due to employment as a critical worker. The free child care is to be made available when the only parent or both parents in the household are employed as critical workers.
Executive Order 20-82 indicates that a school district that operates a hybrid or distance learning model “must provide school-aged care for Eligible Children at no cost during the time those children are not receiving instruction in the school building during regular school hours.” This school-age care must be provided for district or school-enrolled school-age children who are children of Tier I critical workers. Children of Tier I workers only will be cared for at no cost during the typical school hours.

Research shows that quality before and after school programs keep kids safe, help working families and improve school attendance and achievement.  

Contact: Tom Umhoefer