Anoka-Hennepin School District

Successor hoped to remain open, accessible to people Back in 1988, Michael Sullivan’s son wanted to take the PSAT, but his high school had run out of tests. Sullivan was flabbergasted by that failure and did some investigating, made some phone calls, wrote a few letters and found a way to get tests delivered so [...]

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The Rebels Soccer Club made their official entrance into the 2013 USA Cup during the July 16 Opening Ceremonies at the National Sports Center in Blaine. The tournament, which ran from July 12 through July 20, drew over 1,000 teams to Blaine this summer. (Sun staff photo by Jason Olson)

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Three seats on the Anoka-Hennepin School Board will be up for election Nove. 5. This includes districts three, four and six. Community members living within these districts who are interested in serving on the board must file for election between July 30 and Aug. 13 at 5 p.m. Members serve four-year terms. · DISTRICT THREE [...]

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Legion team off to 13-3 start The tractor had come to rest near third base after Champlin Park American Legion baseball coach Mike Loberg had finished dragging a field his team had just used to push its record a full 10 games over the .500 mark. Frankly, there wasn’t much work that needed to be [...]

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Committed to creating a climate in which “all students feel welcome, safe and ready to learn,” Anoka-Hennepin School District assembled an anti-bullying/anti-harassment task Force in September 2012. Its mission: to advise administration regarding how best to foster a positive educational climate free of bullying and harassment. At the July 8 school board meeting, Associate Superintendent [...]

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I first met Janet Benz seven years ago. Her heart was crushed, but she was intent on picking up the pieces and turning them into something good. At the time, her loss was one that none of us can truly fathom. Even now, we still can’t. Benz’s son Christopher had decided to take his own [...]

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Six of Anoka-Hennepin School District’s 24 elementary schools will experience a growth spurt in the coming year. While enrollments are shrinking in the district’s middle and high schools, numbers are remaining stable and even increasing at the grade school level. Not only that, all day-every day kindergarten and special education programs require additional space. Classrooms [...]

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The Champlin Rebels soccer club U10 boys took in their first USA Cup experience by participating in the U10 boys jamboree July 12 during the weekend tournament of the USA Cup. The entire event was scheduled to run through July 20. (Sun staff photo’s by Nick Clark)

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