Education

With the sound of drums and the tradition of a pipe ceremony to mark the occasion, 39 graduating seniors in Anoka-Hennepin School District’s Indian Education program were honored by their parents and their program advisors at the annual year-end Senior Honoring Banquet. “Work hard and be prepared for anything as those doors open for you,” [...]

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mmer thanks to the district’s Child Nutrition Program (CNP) and United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Summer Food Service Program. Anoka-Hennepin will offer free meals for all children ages 2 to 18 at the 14 locations — 13 schools and one church. It is not necessary for the child to attend school at the host [...]

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  Champlin Park’s Robotics team competed at state just barely getitng bumped from the top ten. They took 11th place this year.   “We had such a great time competing and meeting new friends and we hope this will spark more interest in the coming years,” said Mike Hilber, robotics advisor. “Four of the outstanding [...]

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After all the pleasantries were shared and speeches were delivered, 716 names were called recognizing the acknowledgements of Champlin Park High School’s (CPHS) newest graduates Sunday, June 2. Nearly 6,000 family members and friends filled the Mariucci Arena to cheer on the graduates as they received their diplomas, closing the book on one chapter of [...]

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Anoka-Hennepin School District will seek an independent investigation of an incident involving a teacher reacting to a student fight at Champlin Park High School. The incident, which is believed to have occurred May 3, reportedly involves industrial arts teacher Joe Hall, a 14-year-old Somali student identified as Camaar Abdul-Kadi and another unidentified student. According to [...]

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  Anoka-Hennepin School District administrators informed staff last week that all 22 of the district’s student learning advocates (SLA) will be eliminated due to a cut in the state’s integration fund. Due to those cuts, Anoka-Hennepin expects to have $450,000 less in the integration fund this coming school year and $1.5 million less the next [...]

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For six weeks nearly a dozen students and a half-dozen more mentors dedicated many of their spare hours to designing a robot that could climb a 30-foot pyramid made out of tripod-like poles. It may sound rather simple at first blush, but it’s a feat that few other FIRST Robotics teams have accomplished, according to [...]

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