The Golden Valley Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission (DEIC) is holding its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Human Rights Contest for youth. This contest is open to all Robbinsdale Area School students in grades K-12.
Establishing a strong foundation in a nurturing environment.
Meals will no longer be free for families unless they qualify for educational benefits.
View current job openings and apply online.
Explore our Dance, Music, Visual Arts and Theater programs. Check out our Fine Arts page to view our music performances.
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra has begun it's 2022-23 Northside Series -- a slate of concerts that are free-of-charge for northside residents, students and families.
The magnet lottery for next school year is now open. Families interested in enrolling their student in kindergarten next year at FAIR Pilgrim Lane, Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion School or the School of Engineering and Arts are invited to apply through Friday, Feb. 24.
We are asking all families to complete an Educational Benefits application. By completing an application, families may qualify for free or reduced-price meals.
Students and families can enjoy two concerts at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8.
Thank an employee for all they do. In partnership with Empty Bowls, this year’s staff and teacher appreciation gift includes a handmade bowl and soup mix for $20.
The Art Is Primary student art show is available from Thursday, Dec. 8 to Tuesday, Dec. 27 at the Robbin Gallery, located at 4915 42nd Ave. N. in Robbinsdale.
The region is experiencing a winter storm today, Nov. 29, 2022. As a result, Robbinsdale Area Schools will conduct a staggered early release. In addition, all afternoon and evening activities are canceled.
Sometimes Robbinsdale Area Schools may be forced to close school or shift to e-learning due to extreme temperatures or significant snowfall.
Check out some of the cool things our high school students are up to through these social media accounts and podcast.
To support students who need extra practice and skill building in Robbinsdale, 14 tutors are needed throughout the district. If you or someone you know is interested in helping students build their reading, math or early literacy/numeracy skills, you’re sure to make a difference.
During last night’s School Board meeting and community listening session, families and staff made their voices heard loud and clear. We take their concerns seriously, and we share them.
Armstrong and Cooper high schools now have revamped athletics hubs on their websites. The new hubs offer coaches a way to keep student-athletes, families and fans informed about teams.
The production of The Outsider at Cooper High School will run from Thursday, Dec. 1 - Saturday, Dec. 3.
Our district is in the news this week for reasons that are not positive. Both Robbinsdale and Sandburg middle schools experienced separate incidents involving weapons.