News and events
November 30th, 2023
No School Friday, Dec.1st and Monday, Dec. 4th
November 30th: End of Trimester 1
December 1st: No School, teacher work day
December 4th: No School, professional development
December 5th: Mississippi FOOD DRIVE Begins!
December 8th: Last day to bring in donations for the food drive!
December 12th: Report Cards visible ONLINE ONLY (see details below)
December 25 - January 2nd: No School
January 18th: PTO Meeting 6:30, childcare provided
Mississippi Food Drive
It is that time of year again when Mississippi Students and Staff will be participating in our Food Drive. It will be held Tuesday, December 5th through Friday, December 8th in the link before school. Students and staff are asked to bring in various food shelf donations that go to the Anoka County Christmas Committee. Each day is a different theme, but we will gladly accept all unopened, non perishable items on any of the days. Our goal is 1,000 items by Friday!
Character Trait for December: Empathy
Our Character Strong trait for the month of the December Empathy. One way to think about Empathy is “understanding and connecting with other people’s feelings.” Empathy is a practice that can help us grow strong relationships. Across grade levels, students will be developing skills like perspective-taking, conflict resolution, and leadership. Click here to view some "PurposeFull Pursuits" for ideas on how you can practice empathy at home.
Report Cards Will Be Available Online Only
Elementary school report cards will be available to view online only
New for the 2023-24 school year, elementary school report cards will be available online and will no longer be sent through postal mail or student’s backpacks. Families will be able to access report cards by logging into A-HConnect or viewing it on the ParentVUE mobile app.
The switch to online report cards means that information is available to review at the conclusion of each trimester. Schools will notify families when the report cards are available to view. Parents, guardians and any person with educational rights to a student will be able to access the student’s report card online.
To ensure access to the report cards when available at the conclusion of Trimester 1, families are encouraged to make sure they have their login information now. Currently, report cards from last school year are available for viewing.
How to view report cards from A-HConnect (view detailed instructions):
Login to A-HConnect.
Click on the ‘My Student Information/ParentVUE’ icon.
Select a student from the dropdown menu.
Select and view the applicable report card from the ‘Documents’ window.
The report card will open in a new tab where the capabilities to download or print will be available.
View from the ParentVUE app (view detailed instructions):
Go to the AppStore or Google Play and search for the ParentVUE app.
Enter your zip code when prompted, and select “Anoka-Hennepin School District” from the menu options.
Confirm ‘yes’ and select ‘Already Activated,’ if prompted.
Use login/password to login.
Select a student from the student list.
Select and view the applicable report card.
Click the share button to save or share the PDF.
If you need assistance logging in or forgot your password, call 763-506-HELP (4357) or email email@example.com. For questions about the report cards, please contact the main office at your child’s school.