• Overview

    The six-member Anoka-Hennepin School Board makes policy and oversees the district’s budget, curriculum, personnel and physical facilities. Members are elected by district to four-year terms. View the election area map.

    All board meetings are open to the public, except for those specifically permitted by law to be closed for discussion of identified issues such as negotiation strategy or litigation. Meeting notices and agendas are posted in all district buildings and on the district’s website prior to the meetings.

    How can the public speak to the School Board?

    The School Board has a Communications, Delegations and Petitions session at each board meeting where the public can address the board on topics they feel are important.


    The School Board does have a policy concerning public participation in meetings, which community members are encouraged to view. To virtually participate in the Communications, Delegations and Petitions portion of the Dec. 14 meeting, please fill out this form (Form for Truth in Taxation portion of meeting further down this page). 


    You can contact any individual School Board member, or the entire board through this online form.


    Truth in Taxation at Dec. 14 meeting

    The Dec. 14, 2020, Anoka-Hennepin School Board meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Sandburg Education Center. It will include a Truth in Taxation component at the begnining.


    Due to the current federal and state emergency declarations and guidance about limiting person-to-person contact due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all meetings of the Anoka-Hennepin School Board will be conducted in accordance with Minnesota Statutes 13D.021-Meetings by Telephone or Other Electronic Means until further notice. Members of the public are not permitted to attend meetings without special permission as a result. Persons may instead monitor meetings from a remote location via the link on the district website: ahschools.us/sbstream.


    Persons interested in speaking virtually on the Truth in Taxation portion of the Dec. 14 meeting, specifically should fill out this form. Further details on speaking to the board can be found in Policy 206.0 - Public Participation in School Board Meetings


    At least one board member, the superintendent, or general counsel will be at the board meeting location. Other board members will participate by telephone or other electronic means.