This communication regarding face coverings was shared wuith staff and families on May 14.
As superintendent, it is my responsibility to provide strategic leadership based on our Unified District Vision and Equity Policy.
The safety of our students, staff and families continues to be our top priority.
We commit to ensuring fairness, equity and inclusion as essential principles of our district.
The collaborative partnership aims to strengthen pathways to skilled trades and technical education.
Early Childhood Programs offer opportunities from birth to pre-kindergarten, supporting healthy growth and development.
Annette Davis, an education assistant in a center-based special education setting at Cooper High School, has been named 2021 Education Assistant (EA) of the Year by the Robbinsdale Federation of Teachers.
Check out this week's Virtual High Fives for May 11, 2021!
Incoming 9th through 12th grade students are eligible to participate in a tuition-free, three-week cosmetology program. Saint Paul College instructors will guide students via Zoom.
Accelerate learning with Robbinsdale Area Schools summer academic program! In-person and virtual sessions will be offered in June and July for students currently in Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Robbinsdale Area Schools will be adopting new instructional materials for Mathematics K-12. Visit the in-person vendor fair, May 3-5 -- or the online fair, May 1-10.
College 4 Kids - Virtual Summer Academy is a free program for incoming students in 6th through 8th grade. The program exposes middle school students to various career pathways.
College and Career Now! is a free program for incoming students in 9th through 12th grade. Students take college courses, earning both high school and college credits.
Storytelling is a key part of literacy, no matter what language a person speaks. That’s why teachers in the Family Literacy program for adult learners and their preschool age children developed a unique, collaborative project for their students.
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Lakeview Elementary School second grade teacher Susan Cunningham has been named 2021 Teacher of the Year by the Robbinsdale Federation of Teachers.
Robbinsdale Redesign, which is the school district’s family service collaborative, recently won a state award for its efforts in preventing child abuse and neglect.
Armstrong High School senior Mio Aoki-Sherwood has achieved a feat very few students nationwide accomplish: a perfect score on the ACT test.
The following statement will be shared with the media in an effort to dispel rumors.