Prism and Full-Servic Community Schools have partnered to offer community food pick-up events. Those in need of food support are invited to access Prism's food shelf.
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Establishing a strong foundation in a nurturing environment.
Make an online payment, get help with your Parent Portal, and learn about community resources.
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.
Rdale's Full Service Community Schools is hosting a Winter Wonderland Community Dinner. Enjoy a catered dinner, cookie decorating, face painting, a picture station, music, games, and prizes at this free event.
All students receive breakfast and lunch free of charge this year. Applications are not required to receive this free meal benefit, but filling out the application for educational benefits is still important.
Rdale Parent Educators are here to help. Families and infants birth to 12 months are invited to the Making the First Months Matter class. Need help with toddler sleep? Families with toddlers 16-36 months of age are invited to the upcoming Toddler Sleep class.
The magnet lottery for next school year is available Friday, Dec. 1. Families interested in enrolling their student in kindergarten next year at FAIR School Pilgrim Lane, Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion School, or the School of Engineering and Arts are invited to apply from Dec.1 through Friday, Feb. 23.
Rdale’s All-District Choir was selected to perform at the American Choral Directors' Association of Minnesota (ACDA-MN) annual conference.
Armstrong students had a great season competing in sports, performing in our theaters and driving on international racetracks. Here are some highlights from the fall season.
Let’s Talk is a district platform students, staff, families and community members can use to ask questions and submit feedback.
The school board is providing this update on our status related to the superintendent search. At the board meeting on Thursday, Nov. 3, the board approved a contract that appointed Marti Voight as the Interim Superintendent.
The Standard Response Protocol puts schools and law enforcement on the same page.
Now that the school year is underway, families have become accustomed to their students staying home from school because of professional development (PD) days. Did you ever wonder what happens on those days?
Families looking for help with winter gear or food during the holidays are invited to visit the district website.
Cooper High School presents Murder on the Orient Express. Performances will take place at Cooper’s auditorium.
Designed to nurture your student and build upon the skills they will use when starting kindergarten, preschool provides hands-on learning opportunities for children.
The Seven Dreams Education Foundation has a new executive director, Tim Tormoen.