OverviewThe six-member Anoka-Hennepin School Board makes policy and oversees the district’s budget, curriculum, personnel and physical facilities. Members are elected by district to four-year terms. View the election area map.
All board meetings are open to the public, except for those specifically permitted by law to be closed for discussion of identified issues such as negotiation strategy or litigation. Meeting notices and agendas are posted in all district buildings and on the district’s website prior to the meetings.
How can the public speak to the School Board?
The School Board has a Communications, Delegations and Petitions session at each board meeting where the public can address the board on topics they feel are important.
The School Board does have a policy concerning public participation in meetings, which community members are encouraged to view.
Meeting informationWatch meetings, view upcoming meeting agendas, or view previous meeting archives at our Granicus site. View a full list of scheduled meetings for the 2020-21 school year via the PDF below:
Truth in Taxation at Dec. 14 meeting
The Dec. 14, 2020, Anoka-Hennepin School Board meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Sandburg Education Center. It will include a Truth in Taxation component at the begnining.
The district has limited seating due to current federal and state emergency declarations and guidance about limiting person-to-person contact due to the COVID-19 pandemic (capacity 20 persons). Community members wishing to speak to the board may need to wait in an alternate location at Sandburg, but will still have the ability to address the board, in the board room, once it's their turn.
Unless an exception applies, all students, staff, and other people present indoors in school buildings and district offices or riding on school transportation vehicles are required to wear a face covering.
Persons may monitor this meeting from a remote location by link on the district website: ahschools.us/sbstream.