The Board of Education has approved a change to the district calendar, moving a scheduled day off of school from Feb. 20 to March 5. This change was made to accommodate the Minnesota primary election.
Find tutorial videos, parent portal access and additional resources for families.
Establishing a strong foundation in a nurturing environment.
Looking for 2023-24 back-to-school information, such as supply lists or open house dates? We've got you covered.
These applications provide important state and federal funding for our schools.
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 2023-24 Reach for the Stars catalog, which includes more than 130 high-quality academic enrichment programs, competitions, events and activities for students, is now available.
Please congratulate all of the students you might know who take part in Cooper's journalism program.
The Robbinsdale Area Schools School Board is currently seeking applicants for the Financial Advisory Council (FAC).
Mr. David Engstrom and the Robbinsdale Board of Education came to a mutual decision that Mr. Engstrom resign from his position as Superintendent.
This festive event is a time for families to connect with staff and each other – and with members of the school board.
Rdale students begin learning how to use the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System from Sandy Hook Promise.
In honor of those who survived the residential school systems and those who did not, Robbinsdale Area Schools Indian Education has organized a remembrance walk.
The district has partnered with Raptor, a visitor management system that enhances school security. This system is used to prevent unwanted visitors from entering our buildings and track those coming and going.
The new school year is in full swing. As students and families are getting settled, here is some helpful information about school meals, including how to view menus and add funds to meal accounts.
MDE has created a survey to gather feedback from current and former students, parents, educators, community leaders and elders, and other residents of Minnesota.
Providing students a break from phones and technology is linked to improved sleep habits, increased focus and brain function, and higher academic success. Parental controls are available on many devices to support these efforts.
Incredible Infants is a class series designed to help families learn about their infants. Babies will explore and learn through music, movement, and play.
The board will conduct its Sept. 18 public meetings – Listening Time at 6 p.m. and Business Meeting/Work Session at 7 p.m. – in the City of New Hope council chamber, 4401 Xylon Ave North in New Hope.
Even though one daily lunch and breakfast will be offered free to students through this new funding, completing the Application for Educational Benefits may qualify your family for other discounts.