Sports and activities will continue in the Anoka-Hennepin School District, even as classes move online, after the district reversed course Monday night in the wake of an outcry from parents and students.
Following state guidance, the Anoka-Hennepin School District has announced middle and high school students will shift to distance learning after Anoka County breached the threshold of 30 new COVID-19 cases per 10,000 people in 14 days.
Columbia Heights Public Schools recently launched a livestream option for families and community members to watch activities and athletics events.
The Fridley High School Key Club continued its efforts to brighten the days of community members through service on Sept. 22 by making fall-themed door decorations for the local nursing home, Landmark of Fridley.
Blaine High School had at least five lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in a recent two-week reporting period, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The student journalism programs at Columbia Heights High School received several state journalism awards from the Minnesota High School Press Association earlier this.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District is expecting to shift portions of its revenue from state financial aid to local levies in 2021, due to a growing tax base.
A lawsuit against the Anoka-Hennepin School District by a transgender former student will move forward after an appellate court ruled that the Minnesota Human Rights Act “prohibits segregating and separating transgender students with respect to locker-room use.”
Columbia Heights Public Schools recently received a Rapid Response Farm to School Grant from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture valued at nearly $5,000.
Sylvester Jason Carver has taken over as assistant principal of Fridley Middle School this school year, replacing Christopheraaron Deanes, who has transitioned to a district leadership position.
Fridley Public Schools community and staff members distributed more than 500 backpacks filled with school supplies Aug. 29 at Fridley High School.
After a marathon board meeting and a rally by teachers demanding a voice in discussions, the Anoka-Hennepin School Board approved a hybrid model for returning to school.
Spring Lake Park High School senior Supriya “Supy” Patel recently became national president of the National Executive Council of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.
The Spring Lake Park School District plans to bring kindergartners and first-graders back to class full time this fall, while older students use hybrid learning models that combine in-person and distance learning. Parents were also given the option to enroll their students in distance-learni…
Students in Fridley Public Schools can plan to return to class two days a week this fall and spend the balance of the week in distance learning.
The Columbia Heights School District plans to start the school year using distance learning combined with limited in-person instruction.
An Anoka-Hennepin School District staff member is returning to her seat on the board of a state nutritional organization.
The St. Francis School District is preparing to bring students back to class using a hybrid model, combining in-person and distance learning — but that could change quickly.
Students in the Anoka-Hennepin School District can expect to spend two days a week in class, with the remainder of the week dedicated to distance learning at the beginning of this school year.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota state officials on Thursday, July 30, unveiled a plan to reopen schools this fall that gives districts some flexibility to toggle between in-person and online learning, but reserves the right for the state to step in if the coronavirus gets out of control.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College and Anoka Technical College are preparing for a safe return to fall semester, which starts Aug. 24. In addition, tuition at both schools is frozen for fall semester to remain at the same rate as last year, offering one of the most affordable options for higher …
After managing to grow its general fund balance this past year, the St. Francis School District anticipates a deficit in the next year, according to the preliminary 2020-21 budget.
With the close of Minnesota’s special legislative session, the Anoka-Hennepin School Board heard an update last week on what legislative priorities were accomplished.
Approximately 60 people gathered outside Coon Rapids High School Saturday, June 20, to protest alleged racism in the Anoka-Hennepin School District and to ask for change.
Unable to gather in Mariucci Arena due to the ongoing pandemic, Coon Rapids High School celebrated graduates with a virtual commencement ceremony June 7.
Andover High School students gathered in front of devices instead of in Mariucci Arena to celebrate commencement June 7.
Spring Lake Park High School celebrated the Class of 2020 with a pre-recorded ceremony Friday, June 5, in lieu of a live graduation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resiliency in the face of adversity, strong connections formed and barriers knocked down were celebrated as Fridley High School honored its Class of 2020 during its 62nd commencement ceremony June 4.