• Programs assisting with learning

    Several programs and support resources are available to assist students in learning. Whether families are looking for a little guidance off the Internet or an extensive intervention plan, there is something already available to meet your child's needs. If you have any questions, please contact a school counselor.  

    Interventions: Individual learning plans for students needing academic help with core classes including English, math and science. One of three levels of intensity is chosen for participating students.  

    Educational equity: English learners, the Indian education program and student achievement advisors focus on reducing the academic disparity between different groups of learners, ie. white vs. minorities, or high income vs. low income.  

    Special needs: The Special Education program and special accommodations (504 plan) help students with special needs learn in the most unrestrictive environment possible.


  • Tier I: Core instructional interventions

  • Tier II: Group interventions

  • Tier III: Intensive interventions

Supplemental programs

  • What is supplemental programs?

  • Which students are eligible for service?

  • Targeted services

  • Qualifying factors

  • Extended day (before and after school)

  • Summer school

  • What intervention programs are used?

  • Who is responsible for the instruction of Title I/Supplemental programs?

  • How are supplemental programs funded?

  • Supplemental programs staff directory

  • Targeted services contact information

Title I

Title II

  • Program overview

  • Title II schools [non-public]

  • Reading Corps tutors

    Anoka-Hennepin School District is pleased to be partnering with the Minnesota Reading Corps to work one-on-one with students in kindergarten through third grade. A video about Reading Corps efforts can be viewed online. For more information or to apply to be a tutor, visit this website or contact Sarah Loquasto at sarah.loquasto@ampact.us.

American Indian education advisors

  • What is American Indian Education?

  • More information

  • Federal law 504 for special accommodations

    Section 504 is a federal law designed to protect qualified students with disabilities. It requires that school districts provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to qualified students who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. Eligibility for 504 services are determined through an evaluation process at the student's school of attendance. If determined eligible, school staff work with parents and the student (when appropriate) to create a 504 Accommodation Plan designed to meet the students individual needs.

Special education

  • Ages three to five

  • School age

  • History

English learners

  • What is the English learners program?

  • Assessments and proficiency levels

Online resources