(12/01/2023) New for the 2023-24 school year, elementary school report cards will be available online and will no longer be sent through postal mail or student’s backpacks.
(11/09/2023) Join parents and guardians from the Anoka-Hennepin Schools community for information and resources to support the needs of students today. Anoka-Hennepin is hosting three Parent Engage 360 community and parent education events during the 2023-24 school year. These events aim to provide resources for parents and guardians to support their students and others in the community.
(09/15/2023) Chants of “BE THE NICE KID” could be heard through the halls of Jefferson Elementary School Sept. 14, as Bryan Skavnak, the founder of the organization Be the Nice Kid, entertained and educated students on how to spread kindness through being nice.
Jefferson e-newsletter - Nov. 26, 2023
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(11/30/2023) Students at Blaine High School have built raised garden beds that are open for bidding. The sale of these student-built items covers the cost of materials and supports future hands-on learning opportunities.
(12/01/2023) Ron Schmit has been delivering the universe to the eyes of students around Anoka-Hennepin since 2014 as the coordinator of the observatory located at Jackson Middle School - A Specialty School for Math and Science (JMS), and now, viewing the skies is accessible to more individuals because of a new device he helped create.
(11/29/2023) The Arts Jam at Lincoln Elementary School for the Arts allows both students and staff the opportunity to showcase their artistic exploration and diverse talents.
(11/22/2023) At Anoka Middle School for the Arts (AMSA), a grant from the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis has students in the English Language (EL) program deeply engaged in activities that go beyond what their first language is.