Last year the School Board voted to change the 2022-23 school year calendar. To accommodate two holidays – Yom Kippur on Oct. 5, 2022, and Eid celebrated on April 21 and 22, 2023.
Establishing a strong foundation in a nurturing environment.
Meals will no longer be free for families unless they qualify for educational benefits.
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Explore our Dance, Music, Visual Arts and Theater programs. Check out our Fine Arts page to view our music performances.
Robbinsdale Area Schools offers a wide variety of Early Learning programming. Learn more about our preschool program, including evening options. We offer a variety of classes for all ages.
Robbinsdale Cooper High School's student newspaper, The Quill, earned an International First Place Award from the Quill and Scroll Society for the nine issues published during the 2021-22 school year.
Rachel Olson, Natalie Storlie, and Carly and Grant Redelsheimer, all juniors at Armstrong, make up one of three teams in the United States that received an all-expenses paid trip to Germany for the Young Economic Summit (YES!) in September.
Later this month, Nutrition Services will be offering another taste testing for students. In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, students will be served homemade pico de gallo made with roma tomatoes purchased from two local Latino farms.
Join Robbinsdale Area Schools as we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 through Oct. 15). Learn more about the history, cultures and contributions of Hispanic Americans.
Before school starts, download the free Durham Bus Tracker app to view routes and scheduled stops, see messages related to route delays and track buses.
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I am happy to report that we currently have drivers to staff all transportation routes and busing to school activities. In addition, we believe we have hired enough staff to be able to cover our routes if our drivers call out sick or need to take extended leaves.
A reminder to families that school start times are changing beginning with the 2022-23 school year.
Starting this fall, school meals will no longer be free to all students. Students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals through the Educational Benefits application will have access to meals at no cost or a reduced cost.
With monkeypox in the news, we know students and families may be concerned about the national outbreak and how it could affect our schools.
Students who attend public schools in Minnesota are required by state law to have specific immunizations (or written proof of exemption) before they can attend school