Overview of referendum 2017
Residents of the Anoka-Hennepin School District voted to make district schools Fit for the Future (in November 2017) by addressing facility needs for students today and into the future.
After 18 months of facilities planning, including work and recommendations made by the 32-member community Fit for the Future task force, as well as feedback from the community during a series of meetings – the Anoka-Hennepin School Board voted unanimously to propose bond and operating levies to property owners.
The ballot included two questions that provide funds for Anoka-Hennepin to create:
- Safe and secure learning environments through the removal of portable classrooms.
- Construct additional schools and classroom space where student populations are significantly growing.
- Offer solutions for maintaining quality schools by improving science labs, media centers, and flexible learning areas throughout the district.
- Address class sizes at all levels — elementary, middle and high school.
Check out the mailer for a comprehensive overview.
Have a specific question? Call the Fit for the Future hotline at 763-506-3383 or email FitForTheFuture@ahschools.us. Make sure to follow @AHSchools and Facebook.com/AnokaHennepin as well.