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BACKPACK ONLINE 2006-07 ARCHIVE
Backpack #34 - Johnsville classroom receives major makeover for safety award, Crossroads Alternative High School featured in Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights Rights Sites newsletter and spring School Board recognitions continued.
Backpack #33 - Spring School Board recognitions, Bell Center seeks sewing machines and AHEF awards $23,542 in Foundation grants.
Backpack #32 - Public meeting May 30 on referendum levy proposal, AHEF awards $26,850 in Talent Development grants and a sampling of spring classes from Adult Learning.
Backpack #31 - District recognized by Anoka County Board of Commissioners, AHEF awards IMPACT grants to district high schools and Anoka K-Kids news.
Backpack #30 - Destination ImagiNation teams advance to Global Finals, Indian Education quiz bowl team competes at state and elementary and middle schools receive gold level 2007 Wellness by Design School Award.
Backpack #29 - Jackson Middle School wins state middle school archery competition, winners of the 2007 Anoka-Hennepin School District writing contest and house built by Blaine High School carpentry students for sale.
Backpack #28 - Superintendent's Column, Andover High School qualifies for Team America Rocketry Challenge and Allison Bradford wins Minnesota School Nutrition Association Director of the Year Award.
Backpack #27 - Bus Safety Poster Contest winners, Minnesota Volunteer Recognition Week/National Volunteer Recognition Week and Revolution Youth Theatre performs excerpts on bullying.
Backpack #26 - Students recognized by School Board, district volunteers donate more than 74,500 hours of time and FMMS Center for the Arts band to premier new piece.
Backpack #25 - Evergreen Park receives International Baccalaureate authorization, Coon Rapids High School Stop the Violence walk-a-thon and Bell Center annual hotel-sized amenities collection.
Backpack #24 - Superintendent's Column, students advance to state science fair and high school robotics teams compete at regional event.
Backpack #23 - Students represent district in Youth Art Month Capitol Art Show, Young Scientist Roundtable presentation and science night and Neil Eerdmans wins RBC Dain Rauscher's Tribute to Teachers award.
Backpack #22 - Superintendent's Column, elementary schools participate in Community Education volleyball tournament and Mississippi Elementary School featured on KARE 11's What's Cool In Your School.
Backpack #21 - Riverview Specialty School receives Best Buy te@ch award, National Merit Scholarship finalists announced and Anoka-Hennepin Parent Involvement free fundraiser fest.
Backpack #20 - 2007-08 school year key dates now available, Math and Science summer enrichment institute for secondary students and Evergreen Park to participate in Megaconference Jr. event.
Backpack #19 - Evergreen Park World Studies Elementary School to participate in Megaconference Jr. event. FMMS Center for the Arts students featured readers on WCCO and schools celebrate Black History Month.
Backpack #18 - Schools celebrate I Love to Read Month, STEM Fair winners and School Board begins planning referendum levy for November vote.
Backpack #17 - Parent Legislative Team seeks members, Northwest Suburban Conference music festival and free classes offered by Metro North Adult Basic Education.
Backpack #16 - Superintendent's Column, Riverview Specialty School recognized as a Certified Wildlife Habitat site and HOSA Mid-Winter Competitive Events Day Winners
Backpack #15 - Anoka-Hennepin STEM Fair this weekend, last chance for photo retakes and district students place at 2006 State Fair.
Backpack #14 - Register for 2007-08 school year kindergarten options, NBC Nightly News reporting on What Works at Coon Rapids Middle School and anti-bullying poster and essay contest winners.
Backpack #13 - Temporary service disruption for A-HConnect, school holiday performances and students reaching out.
Backpack #12 - Update on bus accident involving McKinley Elementary students, upcoming school holiday events and Reaching Out news.
Backpack #11 - Superintendent's Column, PLAN test results meetins for students and parents and specialty school enrollment period begins.
Backpack #10 - District students perform well on MCA-II test, district adapted soccer teams compete at state tournament and Indian Education Program Native Library open house.
Backpack #9 - Franklin Elementary School celebrates World Culture Day, Coon Rapids High School students elected to state FCCLA office positions and judges needed for district STEM fair.
Backpack #8- High school students elected to state BPA office positions, students recognized at 2006 State Fair and Public Hearing on Indian Education.
Backpack #7 - Rumor Alert, Blaine High School BPA students collect 1,100 coats and Anoka Children's Theatre presents Cinderella.
Backpack #6 - Students earn AP Scholar designations, National Merit Scholarship Program semi-finalists and commended students announced and Blaine High School student named semifinalist in National Achievement Scholarship Program.
Backpack #5 - Public school funding discussion at Mississippi Elementary, Crossroads recognized for efforts in peer mediation and restorative justice and National School Lunch Week.
Backpack #4 - Evergreen Park celebrates International Peace Day, FMMS students podcast Civil Rights interviews and the Superintendent's Column.
Backpack #3 - Game On! The Ultimate Wellness Challenge, Young Scientist Roundtable presentation on forensic science and high school career centers open to the public.
Backpack #2 - Andover High School choir selected to perform at ACDA convention, classes now available through Early Childhood Family Education and a sampling of Adult Education classes.
Backpack #1 - Temporary service disruption for district Web site and A-HConnect, Four is Fun event for children entering kindergarten in 2007 and openings available for School Readiness Preschool.