Testing opportunities for students to earn a World Language Proficiency Certificate or Bilingual/Multilingual Seal
(01/18/2024) Anoka-Hennepin students with a mastery of world languages can use that knowledge to earn special recognitions – World Language Proficiency Certificates or Bilingual/Multilingual Seals.
(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.
Regional HS e-newsletter: Sept. 1, 2022
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(03/01/2024) AHS students interested in education careers were able to envision themselves pursuing their future aspirations as part of their school day on Wednesday, Feb. 28, when they visited nearby Lincoln Elementary School to shadow teachers — an opportunity provided through the Educator’s Rising program.
(03/01/2024) The district honored students earning top gains at Academic Growth Award recognition events Feb. 6 and 28.
(03/01/2024) A team from Roosevelt Middle School (RMS) proudly held the Battle of the Books traveling trophy Feb. 29 at the Anoka-Hennepin Educational Service Center, as the annual competition challenges middle school students to prove their knowledge and understanding of literature.
(03/01/2024) For around 20 years, middle school students in Anoka-Hennepin have gathered for a mid-year concert full of talented musicians and a festive evening at the Middle School Jazz Festival. On Feb. 29, a full house of parents/guardians and family members clapped and sang along as students from all six middle schools in Anoka-Hennepin displayed their talents.