We provide services, classes and support for families with children from birth through pre-kindergarten.
EC PAC members meet monthly during the school year. Child care is provided at no cost during meetings.
Licensed teachers use a variety of research-based curriculum to thoughtfully engage children in activities which build essential school-readiness skills.
Early childhood screening is required for kindergarten and most preschool enrollment.
Winter’s coldest months are nearly upon us, so this is a good time to remind families that sometimes Robbinsdale Area Schools may be forced to close school because of extreme temperatures or significant snow.
Be sure to visit the district’s weather closing website to learn more about the process that goes into determining if a school closure is necessary, as well as the ways you’ll be notified about cancelations.
Do you know someone looking for a rewarding job? Do you enjoy working with young people? If you or someone you know would like to consider becoming a guest teacher, contact our Human Resources Department. Guest teachers work up to eight hours per day, and we pay $165 per day.
District to host COVID vaccine mini-clinics Wednesday, Dec. 8. At these clinics, eligible people will be able to receive their first or second dose, or booster of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Robbinsdale Area Schools will hold its annual World's Best Workforce public meeting from 5-6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 9.
Join the virtual meeting to learn how the district is addressing its World's Best Workforce goals. Virtual meeting information can be found on our district calendar.
By applying for educational benefit, you support your school community by providing funding for counseling services and social workers, technology funding, Early Childhood education funding, and reduced fees for athletics, instrument rentals and more.
Th district asks that every family apply every year. If you prefer a paper application, please contact us at 763-504-8050. Complete your application today!
’Tis the season for spreading kindness and cheer. It’s also a great time to thank a Robbinsdale School District employee and support a dedicated organization that works on behalf of the district. When you make a $20 contribution to the Seven Dreams Education Foundation, you can thank a staff member with a small gift and, at the same time, support the Foundation to provide extra educational opportunities in Robbinsdale Area Schools.
We would like to remind families that students have access to COVID-19 test kits. The saliva test kits are available for take-home use by both students and staff.
The state is looking to gather the voices of all educators, all enrolled families, and students in grades six through 12, regarding their public school experiences through participation in the MN Safe Learning Survey. The survey is open through Wednesday, Nov. 24.
Beginning Monday, Jan. 3, 2022, we will be able to transport about 430 students who have not had an active bus route to and from school.
Due to supply chain issues, families should expect menu changes in the coming days and weeks. Not only do these supply chain issues impact our district’s school meal program, but are also impacting other school districts, restaurants and businesses across the nation.
This new site, in the former Office Max building next to the Panda Garden Buffet, offers free testing for people experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
Don’t forget, there is no school for all students on Oct. 21 and 22.
Jessica Richter has been a specialist in the field of early childhood for 19 years and is thrilled to work for Robbinsdale Area Schools as the new Early Learning Supervisor of the Early Childhood department.
Please complete the Transportation Opt-Out Survey by Friday, October 15.
Learn about the additional steps Robbinsdale Area Schools is taking to address the bus driver shortage.