(04/20/2021) We recognize the impact and strong emotion that can follow the announcement of the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, and the numerous other issues impacting our communities over the past year.
(04/16/2021) Anoka-Hennepin has signed a two-year agreement with Brazen, a mobile-friendly platform that allows job seekers to virtually visit booths to learn about specific jobs and participate in text-based chats or chat-to-video conversations.
After school activities resume today; school to reopen in person at all locations tomorrow, April 14
(04/13/2021) All district schools and programs will reopen and resume operations starting tomorrow, Wednesday, April 14., 2021.
Curfew added after Brooklyn Center unrest; Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center elementary schools remain closed, Jackson Middle and Champlin Park High schools asynchronous
(04/12/2021) Based on concerns shared from safety officials, Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center schools are impacted Tuesday.
Virtual online school
Virtual online elementary school starting up in the 2021-22 school year
For students and families who want to continue virtual learning next school year, Anoka-Hennepin will offer formal elementary school virtual online programs.
Program details, information sessions and applications for the school will be available this spring as plans are finalized.
The schools will offer the Anoka-Hennepin curriculum, provide student support services and follow district policies for in-district transfers, open enrollment and student performance standards. Computers will be provided to students who need them and learning will be supported by an enhanced technology platform.