Hard work by district staff pays off as thousands of students receive Chromebooks for distance learning
(03/27/20) Between March 16 and 18, groups of Anoka-Hennepin staff worked hard to prepare more than 13,000 Chromebook laptops for students who would need one to take home to support distance learning while schools are closed by state mandate.
Beginning Monday, March 30, Anoka-Hennepin will be putting its distance learning plan into action, and the district remains committed to providing the best distance learning experience for students.
In a distance learning setting, the teachers and curriculum remain the same, only the method of delivery changes. For kindergarten through grade three students, distance learning will come in the form of a blended paper/digital model. For students in grades four through 12, distance learning will be a digital model using technology platforms such as Google Classroom.