Last month, employees of Unity Hospital in Fridley collected outdoor activity supplies to donate to kids in the Spring Lake Park School District to keep them active for the remainder of the summer.
Arms laden with clothes, food and school supplies, families left Anoka-Hennepin schools Aug. 4 ready for the first day of classes, less than a month away.
The Anoka-Hennepin Educational Foundation has announced its 2014-2015 grant recipients. This year, it is giving nearly $70,000 to 16 schools or programs to fund projects, pilot programs and other needs that may not otherwise be funded due to limited resources.
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Students and community members concerned about eliminating bullying are invited to serve on the Anoka-Hennepin School District’s anti-bullying and anti-harassment task force for the 2014-2015 school year. The task force is charged with advising the district on how best to foster a positive educational climate for all students.
Several years ago, Diana Blowers had to get creative to get her boys out of bed and off to school in the morning.