Back to School start dates and Learning Model by School District
Anoka-Hennepin Schools will have a Hybrid Learning model to start the school year. A days are Tuesday/Wednesday. B days are Thursday/Friday. Monday is a Distance Learning day for all students.
Brooklyn Center Community Schools will have a Distance Learning for ALL students to start the school year. First day of school is September 8.
Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools will be K-5 Elementary In-Person Learning Monday - Friday. High School will start the school year in a Hybrid Model. First day of school is September 10.
ISD 728 - Elk River|Otsego|Rogers|Zimmerman will be K-5 Elementary In-Person Learning Monday - Friday. Middle School will start the school year in a Hybrid Learning model. First day of school is September 8.
Fridley Public Schools will have a Hybrid Learning model to start the school year. First day of school is September 14.
Osseo Area Schools will have a two-week Distance Learning model to start the school year for all students. First day of school will be September 14.
The District plans to switch to a Hybrid Learning model on Monday, September 28.
Rockford Area Schools will be K-4 Elementary In-Person Learning Monday - Friday. Middle/High School will start the school year in a Hybrid Learning model. First day of school is September 8.
- Rogers Elementary
- Salk Middle School
It is important to know the following:
- Montrose Elementary
- Tatanka Elementary
- Buffalo High School ARTS Program
- Brooklyn Center Elementary
- Brooklyn Center Middle School
- Brooklyn Center High School
- Fridley PreK4
- Hayes Elementary
- Stevenson Elementary
- Fridley Middle School
- Fridley High School
- Birch Grove Elementary
- Weaver Lake Elementary
- Zanewood Elementary
- Brooklyn Middle School
- Osseo Senior High School
- Park Center Senior High
- Rockford Elementary
- Rockford Middle School
- Rockford High School
Welcome Back to School! Below is information about start of school for each consortium district. More detailed information can be found on your serving district's website.
Transportation InformationThe goal of NWSISD and CST-MN is to bring safe and efficient routing solutions to a multi-district and geographically large transportation area. With guidance from MDH and MDE, our bus contractors are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of the students we transport as well as our drivers. Below is a a list of criteria that CST-MN and its vendors are following:
NWSISD's Transportation Guidelines can be found on the Transportation page.
Anoka-Hennepin Magnet Schools
- Evergreen Park Elementary
- University Elementary
- Anoka Middle School
- Anoka High School
- Blaine High School
- Coon Rapids High School