Update 29: Elementary students return to in-person learning; plans for middle and high school learning
(01/22/2021) Thank you for your continued support of our schools as the district begins a phased, “rolling start” approach to returning to in-person learning.
(01/22/2021) On Jan. 19, Anoka-Hennepin students in kindergarten through second grade returned to school buildings across the district for full-time in-person learning.
(01/15/2021) Thank you for your continued support of our schools as the district begins a phased, “rolling start” approach to returning to in-person learning over the weeks and months ahead.
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Data Advisory Committee
The School Board values community input and is committed to adhering to data driven decision making. With this in mind, the COVID-19 Data Advisory Committee will enhance the MN Safe Learning Plan to create a dashboard of localized data and make recommendations for the amount of in-person learning elementary, middle and high school students can attend. More info.
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