IMPORTANT: Masks required at seven schools the week of Jan. 31 to Feb. 4
(01/28/2022) Anoka-Hennepin Schools is using an updated metric that monitors high community COVID-19 transmission and factors school absences to drive decisions regarding masking for students and employees.
Masking guidance now linked to high community transmission and school level indicators to keep schools safe and open effective, Jan. 31, 2022
(01/25/2022) Anoka-Hennepin Schools will utilize a metric that monitors high community COVID-19 transmission and factors school absences related to illness to drive decisions regarding masking for students and staff.
COVID-19: Vaccine and testing options remain in strong supply for students
(12/17/2021) COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5 and up are offered at no-cost with no requirement for insurance at pharmacies and clinics in the district. Anoka-Hennepin Schools continues to offer options for student at-home BinaxNOW test kits for COVID-19 through the health office at school.
Take-home Covid-19 test kits available for students on Mondays
(10/08/21) Anoka-Hennepin Schools has COVID-19 saliva test kits available to students for take-home use. Test kits are optional, free of cost, and can be picked up and returned to the health office at school by students.
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