Champlin Park High School


Champlin Park High School
Champlin Park High School is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Champlin, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Champlin Park High School which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Champlin Park High School on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

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6025 109th Ave N
Champlin, MN 55316
(763) 506-6800
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Anoka-Hennepin School District added 5 new photos.
When superintendents from across the metro area launched an effort to ensure equity and excellence for all students, the idea of collecting input from stakeholders was viewed as an essential first step. A Reimagine Minnesota forum on March 9 did just that, joining citizens, staff members and students from Anoka-Hennepin, Spring Lake Park, Fridley and Columbia Heights in roundtable discussions. (See our video: It is one of eight such events held this spring. Feedback generated from these sessions will help shape a report and recommendations to address integration, access, opportunity and educational achievement for all students as changes are contemplated in Minnesota schools. The event was held at the Mounds View Community Center.

From @abcnewspapers: Anoka High grad prepares for battle on @NBCTheVoice. How cool is that? Read more:

We are proud of all our graduates, and we love sharing stories about them when we get a chance. ABC Newspapers has a story about Anoka High School graduate Jesse Larson, 34, who made it onto the NBC television show "The Voice." How cool is that?! Larson's blind audition for the show aired on Feb. 28. He sang John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” and got singer Adam Levine to add him to his team. Larson will appear in an upcoming show as contestants are whittled down. Way to go, Jesse, and go Tornadoes! Read more:
Anoka High School graduate Jesse Larson, 34, has made it onto Adam Levine’s team on NBC’s hit television show “The Voice.” Singing John Lennon’

RT @ChamplinParkHS: Rebels win! Rebels win! Now on to the championship! Rebels 70 Wayzata 63! Way to go boys! Rebel Pride! @Theojohn123 htt…

Beauty and the Beast may be in movie theaters, but you can catch "Sleeping Beauty" in real life, next wknd! Call 76…

Get the latest Action of the School Board meeting recap:

Get the latest Action of the School Board meeting recap:
This issue includes recognition, legislative activity update, referendum projects and tentative timeline, achievement and integration budget/three-year plan, WonderWorks and WonderELD pilot and special education audit update.

‘Oh, What a Feeling!’ AHEF, Coon Rapids Rotary writing contest for sixth-eighth graders underw

The Anoka-Hennepin Educational Foundation (AHEF) and Coon Rapids Rotary Club are co-sponsoring a writing contest for all Anoka-Hennepin students in grades six through eight. This year’s theme is “oh, what a feeling!” “Happy. Sad. Excited. Frightened. Surprised. Angry. Amused. Disappointed. Proud. These are just some of the feelings we all feel at one time or another. Our memories are always wrapped up in these feelings. In our minds and hearts are stories we can never forget, because they are connected to a strong feeling. These stories and feelings are important, because they help shape who we are.” Learn more about the contest and how to participate:
2727 N Ferry St. | Anoka, MN 55303 | P: 763-506-1000 | F: 763-506-1003 |

Anoka-Hennepin School District added a new photo to the album: Sprout Social Photos.
Anoka-Hennepin schools — a district where wellness matters. Staff members jump, skip, walk, run, ski, swim, dunk and spin. They aim to select healthy foods over processed, dyed and chemically-enhanced choices. They make a good night’s sleep a priority and do their best to relieve daily stresses and balance work and play. They work well, play well and eat well. And while they improve their health, increase their stamina and boost their immunity, educators and administrators serve as physically fit role models to students and families the school district serves. Recently Anoka-Hennepin’s staff health and wellness program was recognized and awarded by the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association when it was presented with the Platinum Achievement Award, a Worksite Innovation Award and the Workplace Health Champion Award: