(7/16/21) Anoka-Hennepin Schools is preparing to welcome students back to school for the start of the 2021-22 school year on Tuesday, Sept. 7.
(03/12/2021) As Anoka-Hennepin ends trimester two and approaches spring break, thank you once again for your continued support of our schools.
Update 35: Key dates, COVID-19 testing, distance learning meals update, virtual school enrollment open
(03/05/2021) As the calendar changes to March, our schools too are shifting to even brighter days. More students are entering our schools on a daily basis since the shift in learning last spring, with even more middle and high school students expected soon.
(03/04/2021) Anoka-Hennepin superintendent David Law and students from Andover High School joined leaders from the state of Minnesota at the Anoka Armory community testing site Feb. 26 to discuss the importance of regular testing for COVID-19.
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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.
*District and community resources, including supports for food, emotional and behavioral, technology, and a variety of other needs.
*Minnesota Department of Health: Call 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504 for school or child care questions from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.