What is student support?
Beyond the classroom, students continue to be supported, examples include: making community resource connections, sharing social media cautions and carving out paths after graduation. Detailed information on each of the following items can be found in the left navigation.
- Bullying and harassment
- Community resource line
- Digital citizenship
- Emotional and behavioral (school counselor, school nurse, school psychologist, school social worker and school-based mental health therapist)
- Equity and cultural diversity
- Learning support
- State and federal programs (supplemental programs, targeted services and Title I)
- Tip line
- Transitional program (Compass)
Submit tips via Google form
Anoka-Hennepin’s tip line is simply another tool to assist students and families communicate with their school. Tipsters stay relatively anonymous, the only contact information required is an email address and the student’s grade level for administrators to reply to if more details are needed.
Tips can be anything students or families would like their school to know. Established categories include:
- Safety concern
Tips are taken very seriously. If submitted information is found to be false, consequences may follow.
Emergency situations should also still be directed to 911.