Opportunities for parent involvement
● Each middle school has a Volunteer Services Coordinator who links parents with
volunteer opportunities. These include such things as chaperoning a field trip or
dance, shelving books in the media center, arranging display cases and bulletin
boards, serving as a guest speaker, coaching a Destination ImagiNation creative
problem solving team, and many more. For more information, call your school’s
volunteer services coordinator.
● Each middle school has a parent-school organization. These groups welcome
● Anoka Middle School for the Arts Parent Partnership Team, 763-506-5000.
● Coon Rapids Middle School Parent Partnership Team, 763-506-4800.
● Jackson Middle School Parent Partnership Team, 763-506-5200.
Anoka-Hennepin School District, in compliance with current
statutes and regulations, and in recognition of its obligation
to provide equal educational and employment opportunities
for all persons within its jurisdiction, affirms that it will not
discriminate on actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex/gender, marital status, disability,
status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation,
age, family care leave status or veteran status.
Upon request, Anoka-Hennepin will endeavor to provide reasonable accommodations to individuals (staff, students and
their families, and community members) with disabilities so
they can participate in the district’s programs, services and
activities. Individuals with disabilities should notify the
American with Disabilities Act coordinator or contact their
building principal if they have a disability requiring special
assistance or services and, if so, what services are required.
This notification should occur as far in advance as possible of
the school-sponsored function, program or meeting. Students
who are disabled consistent with the definitions set forth
in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 will be
identified, evaluated and provided free and appropriate
public education, regardless of the severity of their handicap.
All applicants and employees seeking employment with
Anoka-Hennepin, will receive equal opportunities. This applies
to all areas of employment including hiring, discharge, promotion, compensation, facilities, or privileges of employment.
● Northdale Middle School Parents Involved in Education, 763-506-5400.
● Oak View Middle School Parent Partnership Team, 763-506-5600.
● Roosevelt Middle School Parent Partnership Team, 763-506-5800.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District does not tolerate bullying or harassment. Please
encourage your child to report to any staff member incidents of bullying or harassment
regardless of whether they are a victim or bystander. All situations reported are
investigated and students who bully or harass others will be disciplined appropriately.
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