(03/09/2023) A teacher in the district for 24 years, Pauline Engebretson of Sunrise Elementary School, has been selected as a KS95 Teacher of the Week. She accepted the award in front of her third grade class Tuesday, March 7 from KS95 on-air talent “Hutch.”
(09/30/2022) Construction for a building addition at Sunrise Elementary School is set to begin this fall. The addition to the school, which opened in the fall of 2019, adds eight classrooms to provide space for approximately 200 students.
Temporary boundary adjustment approved for Sunrise Elementary for next year, impacts approximately 120 incoming kindergarten students and familes
(03/01/2022) The Anoka-Hennepin School Board approved a recommendation for a one-year temporary boundary adjustment for approximately 120 incoming Kindergarten students for the 2022-23 year at their Feb. 28 meeting.
(01/28/2022) It’s nearly 1,000 miles to the nearest ocean from Sunrise Elementary School, but that fact didn’t deter a group of third graders from creating the group, Seas of Glory. This week, the group collected donations and raised $2,400 to help save our oceans.
(01/05/2022) Sunrise Elementary teacher Jennifer Keller strived to be more than just a second grade teacher and has pushed herself beyond the expectations to become a National Board Certified Teacher. Through the process, Keller believes her approach to teaching has reached a deeper level.
Sunrise e-newsletter - Sept. 15, 2023
Sunrise e-newsletter archive
Check out archived e-newsletters from 2019-summer 2022 via Google Drive.
Get district news your way
Communication builds trust with our Anoka-Hennepin communities, confidence in our district and schools, and support for providing a high quality education for all students.
As a public institution, Anoka-Hennepin is accountable to its parents/guardians and other citizens, informing them about their investment in public education and seeking their insight on helping the school district deliver high quality educational programs that meet the needs of its students and communities.
Stay tuned to the following outlets for news and information:
- Backpack Online e-newsletter
- Focus newsletter, which includes a Grad Spotlight feature
- Action of the School Board
- Parent Engage 360 podcast
- Links to school communications (e-newsletters, social media pages)
Do you have a news tip to share? Contact the communication and public relations department.
(09/20/2023) Avrie Siedschlag, now a seventh grade student at Coon Rapids Middle School (CRMS), was named the winner of the 2022-23 National School Bus Safety Week Poster Contest, the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) announced Sept. 18.
Famous musical duo pulls strings, invites Champlin Park High School musicians to set the stage for their show at the Orpheum
(09/20/2023) Five Champlin Park High School students shared the stage at the Orpheum in Minneapolis with The Piano Guys, an internationally known musical duo famous for their YouTube channel, which blends classical and popular music and films in whimsical locations around the world.
(09/20/2023) Students at Andover and Blaine high schools recently teamed up to help a community in need. After learning used car tires were being illegally dumped in the Rum River, students from both schools developed a plan to clean up the mess.
The Anoka-Hennepin School Board will convene for its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, September 25 at the Sandburg Education Center, located at 1902 Second Ave. in Anoka.