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Communication builds trust with our Anoka-Hennepin communities, confidence in our district and schools, and support for providing a high quality education for all students.
As a public institution, Anoka-Hennepin is accountable to its parents/guardians and other citizens, informing them about their investment in public education and seeking their insight on helping the school district deliver high quality educational programs that meet the needs of its students and communities.
Stay tuned to the following outlets for news and information:
- Backpack Online e-newsletter
- Focus newsletter, which includes a Grad Spotlight feature
- Action of the School Board
- Parent Engage 360 podcast
- Links to school communications (e-newsletters, social media pages)
Do you have a news tip to share? Contact the communication and public relations department.
Update: Media centers, other improvements continue as Fit for the Future projects move into the final phase of the six-year plan
(07/08/2022) A number of construction projects, including those supported by voters in 2017 when the community approved a request for new funding in the district's Fit for the Future plan, are ongoing across the district this summer. Learn more in the latest update.
Update: Phase two Fit for the Future projects wrapping up
(07/09/2021) With the end of the 2020-21 school year in the past, students, parents/guardians and the community have noticed various construction projects throughout the school year at a number of Anoka-Hennepin schools.
Update: Phase two Fit for the Future construction projects underway
(08/28/20) With the 2020-21 school year set to begin, students, parents/guardians and the community have likely noticed various construction projects underway at a number of Anoka-Hennepin schools.
School Board approves phase 2 bond funding for Fit for the Future projects
(04/08/20) Anoka-Hennepin’s School Board approved the sale of $93.3 million in general obligation bonds during its March 30 meeting.
A-H Newsroom archives
View archived news articles (in PDF format) from 2003-04 to 2014-15 via Google Drive.