Taking place at FAIR School Crystal, 3915 Adair Ave. N. in Crystal, this celebration of FAIR Crystal student video projects includes performances from The Dragon Dancers and The Steppin Dragonz.
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Savannah McGowan from Armstrong High School (AHS) and Bre Frazier from Cooper High School (CHS) have been selected as their school’s 2023 Athena Award winners.
Families are invited to attend Parent and Student University and learn about college and career opportunities through various breakout sessions. Check out the job fair and connect with local employers, trade organizations, employment agencies, military representatives and colleges and universities.
Welcoming a new baby is an exciting time for many families. The Grandparents Class through Early Learning helps grandparents living near or far prepare for their special role.
Rdale’s Legislative Action Coalition (LAC) champions legislative changes to better support students and families. View this year's paltform to learn how it impacts our district and community.
This important programming provides young learners an opportunity to engage in hands-on activities and build skills to prepare for kindergarten. Part-time and full-time options are available.
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households a discount of up to $30 per month for internet services. Families are eligible to participate in ACP if a student in the household receives free or reduced-price school meals.
The community is invited to two free events at HTC. The open house event takes place from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 2 at the college’s Brooklyn Park campus. Families can participate in campus tours, enjoy free food from food trucks (while supplies last), win prizes, and enter a drawing for scholarships.
Tatiana O’Donnell is one of 44 educators in the running to be named Minnesota’s top teacher for 2023.
Rdale is adopting new instructional materials for English language arts, social studies, and world languages for grades 6-12. Staff, families, and community members are invited to attend an upcoming vendor fair, where people can review materials, ask questions, and provide input before a final decision is made.
Specific laws provide special funding for Native American students – and public school districts like Robbinsdale Area Schools – to help support their education. Many Native American and Indigenous students and families aren’t aware of these funding streams, but Rdale relies on them to support its American Indian Education program.
Stella Wright, Armstrong High School senior, has been selected as Minnesota’s 2023 Poetry Out Loud champion. She will go on to compete in the Poetry Out Loud National Finals in May.
The annual Spring Orchestra Festival features combined orchestras, as well as Chamber Strings and Concerto performers from Cooper and Armstrong High Schools. All-District Band will also perform their spring showcase with Solo and Ensemble Best of Site Performers.
Students Brailyn Billups, Michelle Hernandez and Valeria Pina Ortiz were honored at a recent education forum at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
The driving idea behind a second-year partnership between FAIR Pilgrim Lane and Stages Theatre Company, called Connecting Generations, is that "we are all different but still the same." The objective is to build community by connecting youth and elders.