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Technology Teachers at Robbinsdale Middle School Use 3D Printers to Create Ventilator Supplies
04/08/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically shifted society, however, educators within Robbinsdale Area Schools continue to inspire students to think about ways to help our larger community. An immediate concern within the healthcare community is a potential shortage of ventilators, which are used for people who need breathing assistance due to the COVID-19 virus. Two technology teachers from Robbinsdale Middle School, in Robbinsdale, Minn., are using the school’s 3D printers to create ‘splitters’ which can be used to increase the capacity of ventilators. The splitters allow one ventilator to be used for two or four patients at one time.
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Technology Support During Distance Learning
04/07/2020
The Technology Department is available to support families who might experience issues with Chromebooks or instructional technology.
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Superintendent's E-Update 4/6/2020
04/06/2020
As we embark on our second week of Distance Learning, I continue to be inspired by our staff's unwavering dedication to our students in these unprecedented times. We are finding creative ways to remain connected, and understand it is critical to maintain our relationships during these times. Even though we are apart, we want to do everything to support our students, families and staff during this time. As such, we cannot thank you enough for the patience and flexibility you have exhibited as we have journeyed together.
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Robbinsdale Area Schools (Independent School District 281) is an award-winning district committed to academic excellence. We take pride in the choice we have provided to our families and students for nearly a century. We serve all or parts of seven communities with more than 100,000 residents in the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis, Minn.

Armstrong High School has been ranked 6th on the Minnesota section of the "Most Challenging High Schools" list, formerly published by the Washington Post, for 2018 and Cooper made the list at number 25. We are very pleased to see recognition of the excellence of these two schools. Read more about these prestigious rankings here.

Cooper High School also made Newsweek's "Beating the Odds List of Top 500 High Schools!" Cooper was also ranked number 7 out of high schools from the state of Minnesota. Read more here.

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