Thousands Of Young Students, Educators Return To Classrooms In The Twin CitiesThousands of students and educators around the Twin Cities will head back into a classroom Monday morning. For many, it will be for the first time in months.
Anoka-Hennepin School Board Votes To Resume Extracurricular Activities, Including Fall SportsIn a partial about-face to a decision late last week, extra-curricular activities, including fall sports, for middle and high school students in the Anoka-Hennepin School District will continue instead of being canceled.
Anoka-Hennepin School District To Begin School Year With Hybrid LearningThe state's largest school district announced Friday they will begin the fall school year utilizing a hybrid-learning model.
Anoka Teachers, Admin. Reach Tentative AgreementA tentative agreement has been reached that should prevent the possibility for teachers to go on strike in one of Minnesota's largest school districts. On Tuesday, the Anoka-Hennepin School District's director of communications said that the school board reached an agreement with the union representing the teachers.
Folks Have Fun On Too-Cold-For-School DayMinnesota's largest school districts aren't taking any chances with this bone-chilling cold. Anoka-Hennepin, Minneapolis, and St. Paul Public Schools will all be closed again Tuesday. The superintendents say it's just too cold for students to wait for buses or walk to school.
Dayton: Districts Decide If Schools Close TuesdayGovernor Mark Dayton closed every Minnesota school Monday because of the weather, but he's allowing school districts to make their own decisions on Tuesday. State officials say the governor called off schools because the dangerous cold came while districts were not completely prepared after coming off of a two-week holiday. Many local districts are opting to close for a second day, including Anoka-Hennepin, Minneapolis and St. Paul.