The August and September health data shows a downward trend in reported COVID-19 numbers. This means we are preparing for a potential shift in our learning model for early childhood, elementary, middle and high school students, beginning Monday, Oct. 19.
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.
Los datos de salud de agosto y septiembre muestran una tendencia descendente en los números reportados de COVID-19. Esto significa que nos estamos preparando para un posible cambio en nuestro modelo de aprendizaje para los estudiantes de niñez temprana, primaria, intermedia y preparatoria a partir del lunes 19 de octubre.
Somali: Waxaan u hilownay inaan ku aragno dhammaan bartayaashayada iskuulka oo hadafkayaguna wali waa inuu ardaygu dib ugu soo laabto shakhsiyan waxbarashadiisa. Xogta caafimaadka ee Agoosto iyo Sibtembar waxay muujineysaa hoos u dhac ku yimid jihada COVID-19 ee la soo sheegay. Tan macnaheedu waxa weeye waxaan u diyaar garoobaynaa isbeddel macquul ah oo ku yimaada qaabkeena waxbarasho ee ardayda dugsiyada barbaarinta, hoose, dhexe, iyo sare, laga bilaabo Isniinta, Oktoobar 19.
Kindergarten families attended a virtual dance party on Friday, Sept. 11 to celebrate the first week of school.
It's time to register for band! Your student will be part of an exciting year making music and learning together. Band registration closes September 17, 2020.
Robbinsdale Area Schools students had the opportunity to participate in a summer program to help them prepare for the upcoming ACT tests. The program included orientation days, a pre-assessment, post-assessment and virtual self student components.
Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about how Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) can help you and your children get to know other families, even while our communities are physically apart.
Welcome back staff, students and families! We are so excited for the new school year ahead.
Did you know Robbinsdale Area Schools uses various platforms to communicate with families? To ensure you are receiving important communications, families are encouraged to check their Infinite Campus settings.
Thank you for your patience and understanding this morning due to unexpected technology issues. Unfortunately, as the school day was beginning, many of our students who use Chromebooks experienced connection issues. The issue was related to what’s called a “content filter.”
Welcome kindergarten students! You and your family are invited to our virtual dance party!
Toya Stewart Downey has been named as the new Executive Director of Strategic Communication, Equity and Inclusion for Robbinsdale Area Schools. She will begin her new duties Monday, August 31, 2020.
Nancy Froelich and Jeff Stovall have accepted positions as administrators of 281 Distance Learning School at the elementary and secondary levels, respectively. This assignment will last throughout the 2020-2021 school year; they will continue to support their current buildings.
We are excited to announce Jen Smith has accepted the role of head Principal at Neill Elementary. Smith has been employed in the district since 2007; she begins her new role on Monday, August 31 2020.