Interactive learning experience enhances digestive system curriculum for Hoover second graders
(02/02/2023) The specialty program at Hoover Elementary School - Biomedical, Health Sciences and Engineering focuses on human body systems and the biomedical and technological systems that keep us healthy. In second grade, students become experts in the digestive system and on Jan. 30, those students participated in a unique learning experience.
Access ELA online resources and apps
(01/25/2023) There are a variety of online literacy resources available for families to access. View this document to gain access to online resources, reading apps and find resources on how to support your student reading at home.
Proposed boundaries presented at Sept. 15 community meeting
(09/15/2022) Anoka-Hennepin Schools presented proposed attendance area maps and collected community feedback at a community meeting held Sept. 15 at Coon Rapids High School. No attendance boundary changes are proposed for schools in the Coon Rapids cluster.
Anoka-Hennepin names Minh Strusz principal of Hoover Elementary School
(04/07/2022) Strusz is currently serving as Hoover interim principal and has a strong familiarity and history with the Hoover community, having previously served as curriculum integrator at the time the STEM-H biomedical, health sciences and engineering speciality program was developed at the school.
Online resources, reading apps and what you can do to support your student at home.
Breakfast and lunch menus
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Hoover Elementary e-news: March 19, 2023
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Universal School Meals program to begin in the fall of 2023
(03/24/2023) Last week, the Minnesota Legislature approved and the Governor signed a bill providing “Universal School Meals,” which means every student may receive one breakfast and one lunch at no cost starting in the fall of 2023. The program will cover one breakfast and one lunch for every student, however ala carte and other meal choices will not be covered.
School Board meeting set for Monday, March 24.
(03/24/2023) The School Board will convene for its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 24 at the Sandburg Education Center, located at 1902 Second Ave. in Anoka. Watch the meeting live online, or on local cable television.
Parent Engage 360 Podcast Episode 31: Body image and eating disorders, disordered eating
(03/24/2023) There are many factors that may impact the way we feel about ourselves and the way we show up each day, and one of these factors that impact many, including students, is body image. Tune in to the Parent Engage 360 Podcast on Podbean, Apple Podcasts, or at ahschools.us/parentengage360.
Student-built sheds cover storage needs
(03/22/2023) Need more space? Anoka-Hennepin students have you covered! Students from Champlin Park High School built three 8-foot wide by 4-foot deep sheds, which are now open for bidding. The starting bid for each shed is $900.
A-H Newsroom archives
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