Learning about students and staff doing amazing things in the classroom, or seeing breaking weather alerts about school closures due to extreme weather — keeping up with what’s going on in Robbinsdale Area Schools has never been easier thanks to social media.
Establishing a strong foundation in a nurturing environment.
From pre-K to high school seniors, there's something for everyone this summer
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Explore our Dance, Music, Visual Arts and Theater programs. Check out our Fine Arts page to view our music performances.
Check out highlights of our graduation ceremonies for Cooper High School, Armstrong High School, Robbinsdale Virtual Academy, Robbinsdale Academy Highview, Robbinsdale Transition Center and Adult Basic Education.
The next School Board election for Robbinsdale Area Schools will take place Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. The period for filing affidavits of candidacy is Aug. 2, 2022 – Aug. 16, 2022.
The School Board of Robbinsdale Area Schools is seeking applicants for the Financial Advisory Council (FAC). There are currently two open seats for three-year terms.
With spring sports and activities nearing an end at both Robbinsdale Armstrong and Cooper high schools, here’s a look at who’s heading to state and how teams performed.
When you drive past one of five district schools this summer, you might see some work being done. Every summer Robbinsdale Area Schools invests in its buildings to make sure they’re welcoming environments and great places for learning.
Willie Howard has been selected as the new activities director for Cooper High School. Mr. Howard has been an employee with Robbinsdale Area Schools for over 12 years. He will begin his new role effective July 1, 2022.
Michelle Kope was selected as the 2022 Robbinsdale Teacher of the Year, an award bestowed annually since 2012 by the Robbinsdale Federation of Teachers (RFT). Kope has worked for the district for 24 years as an English teacher at Cooper High School.
Robbinsdale Area Schools will honor the achievements of its class of 2022 beginning June 3. Check out the dates and times of this year's graduation events, and learn how to catch the live streams of the Armstrong and Cooper commencement ceremonies.
Looking to try some new places to eat this summer or just get out of the house? Metro Dining Club cards are available for purchase from the district’s Human Resources Department. For $30, you receive a box with more than 130 cards from participating restaurants to use like coupons with discounts, such as $10 off a purchase of $20 or more. You can use each card once per month, meaning each card offers 12 months of savings.
Thank you to all those who shared their ideas and comments on the draft of the strategic plan framework. There were many opportunities for families, staff and others to contribute to this important work that will shape our plans going forward.
Robbinsdale Cooper High School student newspaper, The Quill, won first in the state for Photojournalism: Sports Photo, which you can see above; they won fifth in the state for Newspaper Page Design; and they earned fourth in the state for Newspaper Feature Story.
Robbinsdale Area Schools Nutrition Services is hitting the road and serving free lunches Monday through Friday, June 13 through Aug. 12, 2022 at area parks this summer to anyone 18 and under.
The Bird Dash – a brand-new family fun run, 1K and 5K – takes place at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 18, at Bassett Creek Park in Crystal. The event will benefit Seven Dreams Education Foundation, which raises funds for hands-on learning in Robbinsdale Area Schools.
Robbinsdale Virtual Academy helps each student grow through exploration, peer relationships and personalized attention from some of the best teachers in Robbinsdale – with the flexibility of a virtual learning system.