Anoka Hennepin Schools

Ten of Anoka-Hennepin’s outstanding employees were recognized at the annual Above and Beyond Awards program this week. Congratulations to the following winners: · Pam Baker, college and career specialist at Champlin Park High School. · Nicole Hedlund, second grade teacher at Champlin-Brooklyn Park Academy. ·  John Horton, third grade teacher at Eisenhower Elementary School. ·  [...]

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For three games, the Champlin Park baseball team let its bats do the winning. Last Thursday in the Metrodome, it was the right arm of Brandon Rushmeyer that clinched what would be the Rebels fourth straight victory. Rushmeyer went the distance May 2, striking out 10 in what was a 2-1 Northwest Suburban Conference victory [...]

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On Saturday, May 4, Anoka-Hennepin Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) and School Readiness Parent Advisory Council hosted Vehicle Day, an annual spring event designed for children and their families to get in and check out vehicles they may see in their neighborhoods and around town every day. ECFE aims to host Vehicle Day each year [...]

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The dominoes will fall soon enough when it comes to the make-up of metro area high school conferences. But for now, the Northwest Suburban Conference has decided to wait for the first to tumble. The league announced last week that applications to join the 11-school conference from Spring Lake Park, Irondale and Totino-Grace were each [...]

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Like a crew anticipating a flight through uncharted skies, Kim Pavlovich and Todd Mensink navigate the airways, check the instruments and fine tune the aircraft. The plane: Quality Compensation Program and Professional Development for Teachers, commonly known as Q Comp, a program enacted through a bipartisan agreement in the Minnesota Legislature in July 2005. The [...]

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Champlin Park High School was alive with animals of all kinds at the free Lullaby Concert held April 8. With a Carnival of Animals theme, pre-concert activities included an “instrument petting zoo,” build-a-bear drawings, face painting, coloring and more.

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Jackson Middle School Arts and Academic Expo will be held Wednesday, May1, from 6-8 p.m. This annual event highlights student achievement from all subject areas. The Expo will showcase a wide variety of displays ranging from 3-D posters to instrumental performances.  The staff and students host the community event as a way to come together [...]

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