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The member districts of Technology and Information Educational Services, often known as TIES, voted nearly unanimously last month to dissolve the organization.

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The Spring Lake Park School Board has awarded bids for an addition and renovations to the District Services Center, as well as tile work in the high school’s “C” Building, which currently houses early childhood programming and the Lighthouse School.

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An innovative program that pairs Park Terrace Elementary School second- and third-graders with high school students aims to inspire girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and math passions.

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With the opening of Centerview Elementary School, all elementary schools in the Spring Lake Park School District will serve students through fourth grade, altering the student body at the Westwood complex in Blaine.

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More than 1,000 projects were on display in the Anoka High School field house Jan. 27 during the annual Anoka-Hennepin School District science, technology, engineering and mathematics fair.

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An Anoka-Hennepin student has been chosen to participate in the United States Senate Youth Program for the second time in the program’s 56-year history.

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In an effort to enhance recruitment practices, Anoka-Hennepin School District administrators are taking steps to attract qualified candidates for employment earlier in the year so positions are fully staffed when school is in session.

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Community members gathered at Roosevelt Middle School in Blaine Jan. 20 to take part in free fitness classes, educational seminars and more during the Anoka-Hennepin School District’s annual Community Wellness Day.

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Northdale Middle School students, with guidance from alumni who are now students at Blaine High School, are doing their part to spur positive changes in their communities.

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The students from Calvin Christian School in Blaine collected 731 pounds of food and items to donate to the Anoka County CEAP Food shelf on Monday, Dec. 18. The food collection was initiated by the student council of the school as a way for the school community to benefit neighbors in need. …

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A handful of Mississippi Elementary School students reported to Santa’s Toy Shop, a community education class presented by Kidcreate Studio, after school Dec. 20.

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Service learning is a key component of the curriculum at Northwest Passage High School, and students had many experiences with service learning in 2017, most recently donating food and winter coats to the Anoka County Brotherhood Council Food Shelf and Clothing Closet Dec. 6.

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Do you remember someone who was there for you in high school that helped make a difference in your life? A person who brought their positivity to school each day, sharing their kindness and genuine acts of inclusivity with all students? Maybe you are currently attending school and can relate…

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The Anoka-Hennepin School Board approved the expansion of College Ready English 10, an elective piloted at Anoka High School, to all five of the district’s traditional high schools in its consent agenda Nov. 27.

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The Anoka-Hennepin School Board approved its 2018 tax levy Dec. 11. The 2018 levy is dramatically higher than the 2017 levy with passage of bond and levy referendums last month.

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They asked to read my story twice,” said Anoka Middle School for the Arts eighth-grader Elange Seibure. “You don’t understand how happy I am,” she said to a classmate, beaming as they walked back to AMSA from Lincoln Elementary School for the Arts Nov. 29.

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The Spring Lake Park School District is preparing to make additions to the District Services Center to accommodate early childhood and Life Skills Transition programs.

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The STEAM program at Anoka High School is off to a great start with 113 freshman and sophomores working together to merge science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics through integrated activities in their first course – STEAM Foundations.

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Amelia Yang, Blaine High School freshman, spoke in front of thousands of students at WE Day Minnesota on Nov. 8 at the Xcel Energy Center.