Update 33: Middle and high schools plan for more in-person school, hybrid model phasing out; chance to revise trimester three learning model choice for those families
(02/19/2021) Anoka-Hennepin continues the pathway to returning more students back to in-person learning.
(02/17/2021) The district received an update today from the State of Minnesota that provides options to offer in-person learning for middle and high school students by March 8.
Update 32: Students all in next week; school health and safety measures; virtual online school interest survey for fall 2021
(02/12/2021) Next week our district will be welcoming back additional middle and high school students.
(02/12/2021) On Feb. 9, ninth grade students returned to school buildings across the district in the hybrid learning model.
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Data Advisory Committee
The School Board values community input and is committed to adhering to data driven decision making. With this in mind, the COVID-19 Data Advisory Committee will enhance the MN Safe Learning Plan to create a dashboard of localized data and make recommendations for the amount of in-person learning elementary, middle and high school students can attend. More info.
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