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Community Education programs will operate in alignment with Anoka-Hennepin Schools for 2020-21 school year, opening schools in a hybrid model

State guidance provides learning options for the 2020-21 school year. Anoka-Hennepin’s 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.

Using an initial review of the most recent data and the trends in the number of cases in both Anoka and Hennepin counties, Anoka-Hennepin is planning to open schools in the hybrid model at 50% capacity. Please know that the district will continue to evaluate the most current data on COVID-19 cases to guide decision making on any learning format changes. Read more from the Anoka-Hennepin School District.

Anoka-Hennepin Community Education will operate in alignment with the Anoka-Hennepin School District throughout the school year. Program updates are now available for Adventures Plus school-age care, Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) and Preschool following the hybrid model.

More community education program updates will be available in the near future.
View the most recent information about each community education program and its reponse to COVID-19.