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BACKPACK ONLINE 2007-08 ARCHIVE
Backpack Online #29 - Superintendent's Column, Mississippi Elementary School plants trees, plans future garden and Riverview Specialty School celebrates Earth Month in April.
Backpack Online #28 - Upcoming events: Public hearing on legislative session and school funding bill May 28, Coon Rapids High School annual FCCLA thrift sale May 31 and limited openings remain for Kindergarten Extra program.
Backpack Online #27 - Four schools selected to specialization project, winners of the 2008 district writing contest and Sara Zimowicz named MCSS Middle School Teacher of the Year.
Backpack Online #26 - Superintendent's Column, visitors from Iceland come to FMMS and Andover High School receives American Association of Physics Teachers grant.
Backpack Online #25 - District takes action on toys containing lead, new math curriculum to begin next fall and School Readiness summer preschool classes.
Backpack Online #24 - Champlin Park students create artwork for Champlin Elementary, Johnsville Elementary students celebrate 100 days of school with special visit and students place at regional and state science fairs.
Backpack Online #23 - Independent auditors give district high marks, dictionaries distributed to Anoka-Hennepin third graders and taking power from bullies at Oak View Middle School.
Backpack Online #22 - Policy change will allow early entrance to kindergarten, district to purchase new computers with state dollars and enrollment begins gradual decline.
Backpack Online #21 - Superintendent's Column, School Board approves 2008-09 calendar and Evergreen Park named Magnet School of Distinction.
Backpack Online #20 - District launches Action of the School board, 2007 TIES Exceptional Teachers and 2008 TOP Award winners.
Backpack Online #19 - Superintendent's Column, Career and Technical Education Department honors students during February and annual district writing contest seeks entries from Anoka-Hennepin students.
Backpack Online #18 - District reaches contract settlement with teachers union, district takes precautions with beef and more than 1,000 students participate in STEM Fair.
Backpack Online #17 - Kindergarten registration events announced, Anoka High School students prepare for Feb. 5 caucuses and district students receive Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards.
Backpack Online #16 - STEM summer enrichment institute for secondary students, Cheryl Sill named Minnesota Outstanding Earth Science Teacher of the Year and Superintendent's Column.
Backpack Online #15 - High and middle school registration guides now available to download, annual district writing contest seeks entries from Anoka-Hennepin students and Blaine High School students elected to state HOSA positions.
Backpack Online #14 - Rumor Alert, Tentative agreement with teachers reached and Northdale Middle School students use skills to adapt toys.
Backpack Online #13 - International Baccalaureate information meetings, Schools In Focus video segments now available to stream online and district students participate in bullying essay and poster contest.
Backpack Online #12 - Temporary service disruption for A-HConenct, TOP Award nomination deadline extended to Jan. 2 and Sandburg Middle School teacher presents Veterans Day program.
Backpack Online #11 - Anoka-Hennepin teachers awarded AEMinnesota art educator of the year awards, mathematical pumpkins at Adams Elementary School and Riverview Specialty School students participate in Girls in Science Saturday camp.
Backpack Online #10 - Rumor Alert, Reminder to vote on Nov. 6 and Anoka-Hennepin Parent Legislative Team seeks members.
Backpack Online #9 - Rumor Alert, Superintendent's Column and Madison Elementary School celebrates 40th birthday.
Backpack Online #8 - Rumor Alert, Superintendent's Column and meet the candidates for the Anoka-Hennepin School Board.
Backpack Online #7 - Superintendent's Column, Rumor Alert and levy questions of the week.
Backpack Online #6 - Rumor Alert!, School Board approves potential cuts and district launches Anoka-Hennepin Podcast Network.
Backpack Online #5 - Rumor Alert!, Anderson, Cook win primary election and Eisenhower Elementary teacher awarded Minnesota History Teacher of the Year award.
Backpack Online #4 - Rumor Alert!, Superintendent's Column and School Board primary election Sept. 11.
Backpack Online #3 - Rumor Alert!, Blaine High School and Oak View Middle School awarded grants for innovative technology and Allison Bradford awarded regional director of the year.
Backpack Online #2 - Superintendent's Column, voters to make decision on levy and bond referendum and helpful back-to-school information for families.
Backpack Online #1 - Jefferson Elementary School's run/walk program featured on Education World Web site, high school students place at state track and field meet back-to-school information for families.