(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.
Franklin Elementary School closure and repurposing plan approved, Bridges and Pathways special education programs to relocate
(08/23/2022) A recommendation to close and repurpose Franklin Elementary School as a special education facility for the Bridges and Pathways programs was approved by the school board at its Aug. 22, 2022 meeting.
Franklin e-newsletter - May 2023
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(02/26/2024) The working agreement includes historic funding support for teachers and was ratified by Anoka-Hennepin Education Minnesota members with a 77% member approval.
(02/25/2024) Five presentations of a multicultural show were hosted by Blaine High School (BHS) student leaders Feb. 22 in honor of Black History Month, as a way to acknowledge and celebrate all student cultures.
(02/23/2024) The Minnesota Wild Faceoff for Fitness school assembly program visited Morris Bye Elementary School on Wednesday, Feb. 21 to promote the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle through an energetic presentation.
(02/23/2024) A student magazine at Anoka Middle School for the Arts (AMSA) titled, The Storm, has been selected to receive the rank of Superior in the 2023 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) program.