200 W Burnsville Pkwy Suite 100,
Burnsville, MN 55337
ISD 191 Dials are set 5

Click the image to view a pdf of the Dial Approach. 

One91 Community Education continues to plan for online and limited in-person programming, using guidance on health and safety from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Department of Education. All District One91 staff and visitors to District One91 facilities are required to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth. Children under age 2 years must not wear face coverings. Children between the ages of 2 and 5 years old are not required to wear face coverings, but are encouraged to wear a face covering when in public if they can do so reliably. 

Our Preparedness Plan follows Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) guidelines and federal OSHA standards related to COVID-19 and addresses: 

CLICK to view The District 191 Covid-19 Preparedness document

District One91 School Age Care supported by Project KIDS
Care for children in Grades K-5 is available for all families enrolled in ISD 191. Care is available at all elementary schools effective February 1. 
Care for students in grades 6-8 is provided by Club Nicollet at Nicollet Middle School. 
Children receive quality care and enrichment opportunities.

  • Care is provided Monday-Friday, 7-9:05 am and 3:55-5:30 pm
  • Small, consistent group sizes 
  • Transportation to and from care is provided by the family
Details for before and after care at all elementary school sites are still in process, dependent upon available space in the buildings. Refer to the Project KIDS website for more complete information. (link below)

 Click here to earn more 

Ready to Grow/Ready to Learn Childcare 

  • Located at Diamondhead Education Center for children ages 6 weeks-5 years.
  • 7 am-5:30 pm Monday - Friday
  • Contact Lyndsey Griffin for more information 952-707-4146, lgriffin@isd191.org
The Burnsville Senior Center
You may call 952-707-4120 and speak with a volunteer Monday - Friday, 9 am-4:30 pm or leave a message.
Scheduled activities and registration are available online and communicated through the Community Education brochure, the Senior Center Chatter, and weekly update phone calls.

Enter and Exit the Burnsville Senior Center through Door #12 only. The Community Education entrance through the atrium is not an authorized Senior Center entrance. 
Pre-registration is required for all activities and classes. No walk-ins permitted. 
Wearing a mask is required for all persons.
Every visit to the Senior Center 
Stop by the Reception desk to sanitize your hands and complete a Visitor screening form. ​​​​
Before you leave, stop by the Reception desk to note your time of departure from the Senior Center. ​​​​​
Visit the Burnsville Senior Center website or email Senior.Center@isd191.org for additional information.
Adult Enrichment - We've planned a variety of in person and online experiences.
Smaller class sizes accommodate physical distancing requirements, registration cutoff dates and letting us know if you are attending class with a household member help us prepare for class.
Masks that cover both nose and mouth must be worn by all visitors to ISD 191. Participants are required to wear masks at all times. Individuals are not permitted to remove their face coverings even during activities that involve a high level of exertion. 
Comm-Ed COVID-19 Plan. 
 Visit the registration site for more information on adult classes. 
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult Education classes will be provided via distance learning. Classes include English, Citizenship, GED, Computer, and more. For more information call 952-707-4185 or email Hodowa@isd191.org

View the full Swimming Lesson COVID-19 Policies and Procedures here

Classes are provided at Eagle Ridge and Nicollet Middle Schools. 
Summer Swimming will take place at Nicollet Only. Until further notice, a parent or guardian  must get in the water with their student to facilitate swim lessons for all Preschool levels and School Age Levels 1-2. 
Look for: Parent and Child age 6 months-3 years, Preschool age 3-4, School Age levels age 5+, Lap Swim, ARC Certification classes. 
Special Olympics programming is canceled until further notice. 

Youth Enrichment  
Watch your email and our social media sites for continuous updates. We continue to work with our teachers to develop engaging and safe experiences for all.
Click HERE for  PreK-Grade 5

CLICK HERE for BLAZE Athletic Camps

CLICK HERE to enter GTI registration

CLICK HERE for Grade 6-12 Enrichment classes
Safeway Driver Ed for Teens
Note that parents are not permitted to stay and observe classes. All visitors to District 191 are required to wear masks. Individuals are not permitted to remove their face coverings even during activities that involve a high level of exertion. 
Read the Community Education COVID-19 Preparedness Plan here. 

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is preparing 3 different scenarios for you and your family to Learn and Grow with ECFE.
 the ECFE  webpage or the ISD 191 ECFE Facebook page or CLICK here to jump to the Registration website. 

Early Childhood Screening Parents may complete an Early Childhood Screening Request form found here. 
Learn more about this free service for children 36-60 months old on the Early Childhood Programs webpage. 

Here's what you need to know about District One91 Preschool Programs 

Organizations must provide a current Certificate of Insurance (COI) along with their own COVID-19 Safety Plan following MDH, MDE and CDC guidelines to facilities@isd191.org for approval. Visit Facilities Request for more information
District One91 Facilities COVID-19 Preparedness and Policies