(02/02/2024) At Sand Creek Elementary School, “Gymbassadors” are third and fourth grade leaders who volunteer their time during the school day to interact and engage with kindergarten through fifth grade students in the Developmental Cognitive Disability (DCD) program.
(11/09/2023) Join parents and guardians from the Anoka-Hennepin Schools community for information and resources to support the needs of students today. Anoka-Hennepin is hosting three Parent Engage 360 community and parent education events during the 2023-24 school year. These events aim to provide resources for parents and guardians to support their students and others in the community.
(02/28/2023) Titambe, a West African Dance and Drum Ensemble visited Sand Creek Elementary School Feb. 27 to provide students with an engaging and educational program to close Black History Month celebrations at the school.
Sand Creek fifth grade ambassadors gain mentoring and leadership opportunities by supporting fellow students
(01/06/2023) On Dec. 21, Sand Creek Elementary School fifth grade ambassadors joined students in the developmental cognitive disability (DCD) centerbase program on a field trip to Blainbrook Bowl in a one-to-one peer mentoring and support role.
(04/04/2022) “I love to learn, am supported in my professional efforts by an amazing team, and am honored to teach a variety of incredible students with special education related needs at Sand Creek Elementary.” Krystyne Hable-Lafean is an exemplary model and a team leader for her colleagues in the special education department at Sand Creek Elementary, according to co-worker Rachel Berndt, who nominated her.
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(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.
Winners of the annual bus safety poster contest to be recognized at transportation department meeting
(02/23/2024) The Anoka-Hennepin transportation department held its 29th annual school bus safety poster contest this winter, which began during Winter School Bus Safety Week. This year’s theme was Driving Safely Into the Future.