(07/28/2022) Technology plays an important role in preparing students for life, and Chromebooks are utilized as a daily learning tool in Anoka-Hennepin middle and high school classrooms. Anoka-Hennepin students in grades 6-12 are assigned a Chromebook from the school district to ensure access to technology systems that support classroom learning.
Anoka-Hennepin Virtual Academy student pursues dream and competes internationally with USA Gymnastics
(04/14/2022) Anoka-Hennepin Virtual Academy (AHVA) provides an option for students to learn online and on their own time. For sophomore Elle Mueller, it's an opportunity to gain a high-quality education while chasing her dreams.
AHVA e-newsletter - Sept. 30, 2022
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(02/16/2024) Welcome events will be hosted at elementary schools as early as March. Register online to stay informed of important events and information.
(02/16/2024) On Feb. 9, Anoka-Hennepin Superintendent Cory McIntyre facilitated a conversation with students at the Secondary Technical Education Program (STEP) for the fifth of several scheduled student roundtable discussions throughout the district.
(02/16/2024) Rum River Elementary students demonstrated hands-on math, art and social skills to explore the business world, in class.
(02/16/2024) Anoka-Hennepin health service program facilitator Kathy Schulz was elected by her peers as the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Director for the School Nurse Organization of Minnesota (SNOM).