Anoka-Hennepin School District serves approximately 40,500 students and
248,000 residents living in 13 suburban communities north of the Twin
Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The largest school district in
Minnesota, Anoka-Hennepin operates two kindergarten centers, 28
elementary schools, seven middle schools (grades six through eight),
and five high schools, plus alternative middle and high school sites.
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It is the primary mission of the Anoka-Hennepin School District to effectively educate each of our students for success.
To fulfill this mission, the School District is accountable for…
providing a caring, highly trained and effective staff who use research-based best practices
providing learning opportunities that meet the individual learning needs of each student
monitoring student achievement to maximize each student's learning
promoting high achievement for all students
acknowledging parents' roles as their children's primary educators and partnering with them to increase student success
improving connections with the community to foster public involvement with and understanding of our educational programs
providing a safe and respectful learning environment
using all resources efficiently and effectively