Community Education response to COVID-19
Anoka-Hennepin Schools and Anoka-Hennepin Community Education programs are together closely monitoring the respiratory illness novel coronavirus or COVID-19 and has a coordinated management planning effort to guide action steps in this situation. The district and community education programs will continue to follow the expert guidance from the United States Centers for Disease Control, the Minnesota Department of Health, and county public health agencies.
State guidance provides learning options for the 2020-21 school year. Our planning teams have plans in place for operating under in-person, hybrid and distance learning scenarios throughout the year, based on guidance in the Minnesota Safe Learning Plan, which allows schools to open in one of three formats depending on public health data, specifically COVID-19 cases by county over 14 days.
Anoka-Hennepin Community Education will continue to follow state health and safety recommendations and guidance when determining how to safely offer programming. View the most recent updates from our programs:
- Adult learning - classes and activities
- Adults with Special Needs (Project Power)
- Adventures Plus school-age care
- Community Schools - youth classes and activities after-school, in the evening and on the weekend
- Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)
- Facility use
- Home school
- Metro North Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- Parent involvement
- Recreational athletics
- Volunteer Services
- Youth Services
For updates from Anoka-Hennepin Schools health services, visit www.ahschools.us/COVID-19.