WATCH D.O.G.S. program is back bringing smiles to students and staff at Madison Elementary
(11/18/2022) Students, staff and families at Madison Elementary School are excited to welcome back a volunteer opportunity for the positive male role models in the school community.
Proposed Blaine boundaries presented at Sept. 21 community meeting
(09/21/2022) This message is being sent to parents and guardians with students who attend Eisenhower, Jefferson, Johnsville, Madison, McKinley, Sand Creek, Sunrise and University Ave. elementary schools; and Northdale and Roosevelt middle schools.
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Madison e-newsletter: March 2023
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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)
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District Indian Education program to co-host powwow on April 1
(03/29/2023) Anoka-Hennepin’s Indian Education program will co-host a powwow with Elk River Area Schools, Fridley Public Schools, Roseville Area Schools and St. Michael-Albertville Schools Indian Education programs on Saturday, April 1 at Champlin Park High School.
Two district high school seniors named U.S. Presidential Scholars candidates
(03/25/2023) Eleanor Fredine, Andover High School; and Adhithya Anandaraj, Blaine High School; are two of approximately 5,000 students recognized nationwide.
Universal School Meals program to begin in the fall of 2023
(03/24/2023) Last week, the Minnesota Legislature approved and the Governor signed a bill providing “Universal School Meals,” which means every student may receive one breakfast and one lunch at no cost starting in the fall of 2023. The program will cover one breakfast and one lunch for every student, however ala carte and other meal choices will not be covered.
School Board meeting set for Monday, March 24.
(03/24/2023) The School Board will convene for its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 24 at the Sandburg Education Center, located at 1902 Second Ave. in Anoka. Watch the meeting live online, or on local cable television.
A-H Newsroom archives
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