Coon Rapids High School’s Biomedical Sciences Program is the newest Anoka-Hennepin program to be recognized as a magnet school by the Northwest Suburban Integration School District.
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Actionable items derived from all five 2014 Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Community Task Force recommendations will come before the Anoka-Hennepin School Board in the next six months.
The 20th annual Northern Stars Celebration brought in $40,000 for the Anoka-Hennepin Educational Foundation Nov. 1, up $3,000 from last year.
Families are invited to attend a free information night Nov. 17, to learn about social media, cyberbullying, privacy settings and more.
Blaine High School’s speech and debate team has earned another significant recognition. The team has been awarded membership into the National Forensic League’s Societé de 300, which is reserved exclusively for the top 1 percent of high schools in the country.
More than 50 Blaine High School seniors slept outside the evening of Oct. 9 and went to school the next day to get some idea of the circumstances some fellow students could be facing.
Eight Anoka-Hennepin elementary schools have received the highest designation in the state’s accountability system, and another two district schools ranked in the next highest category, according to data released by the Minnesota Department of Education Oct. 1.