(05/25/2023) A teacher in Anoka-Hennepin for 17 years, Kerri Deile of Crooked Lake Elementary School, has been selected as KS95 Teacher of the Week. She accepted the award in front of her kindergarten classroom.
(09/23/2022) Anoka-Hennepin Schools presented proposed attendance area maps and collected community feedback at a community meeting held Sept. 22 at Andover High School. No attendance boundary changes are proposed for schools in the Andover cluster.
(09/20/2022) Anoka-Hennepin Schools presented proposed attendance area maps and collected community feedback at a community meeting held Sept. 20 at Anoka High School.
The CL Courrier: Sept. 1, 2023
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(09/29/2023) The Anoka-Hennepin School Board is committed to collecting community feedback as an essential element to ensure schools are meeting the needs of the community.
(09/29/2023) Two schools in Anoka-Hennepin have made it a tradition to participate in Rock Your School events which take place worldwide, annually, in an effort to energize educators, engage students and celebrate learning.
(09/29/2023) Anoka-Hennepin is exploring the benefits of solar energy as a possible energy savings tool. The district entered a no-cost agreement with Ideal Energy and Xcel Energy, installing solar panels at Adams and Hoover elementary schools in Coon Rapids.
(09/28/2023) Young Scientist Roundtable events are free and open to Anoka-Hennepin School District students, parents, and community members seeking to learn more about science. Three sessions are scheduled for this year with the first on Oct. 10. All the events are in the evening at the Educational Service Center (2727 N. Ferry St.) in Anoka.