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.
Families who are eligible for free or reduced meals for the 2020-2021 school year may qualify for an additional meal benefit.
A second round of community mini-vaccination clinics are scheduled to start next week at Robbinsdale Middle School
Check out information regarding Summer 2021 meal pick-up sites and times.
Next week's mini-vaccination clinics at Armstrong and Cooper High Schools and Robbinsdale Middle School will now be open to the public as well as students.
Robbinsdale Area Schools now has a virtual, online school option for all students, and if your scholar excelled in a distance learning environment, RVA may be the right fit for your family.
A letter from Interim Superintendent Dr. Stephanie Burrage regarding the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s untimely death.
Indian Education is hosting a new guest speaker series. Guest Speaker Dr. Gabriela Spears-Rico will be discussing Indigenous from the Americas: Building Solidarity between Latinos and American Indian People.
Robbinsdale Area Schools will be adopting new instructional materials for Mathematics K-12. Visit the in-person vendor fair, May 3-5 -- or the online fair, May 1-10.
In December 2020, the School Board voted to change school start times, but didn’t determine when the change would happen. At the Monday, April 19 meeting, the Board voted unanimously in favor of making the shift beginning in the 2022-23 school year.
The School Board of Robbinsdale Area Schools has selected David Engstrom as the preferred candidate to be the district's next superintendent.
The School Board selected two superintendent candidates to advance to final round interviews. The finalists are Dr. Kim Hiel and David Engstrom. Community webinars will be held April 15-16 to meet the candidates.
On Thursday, April 8, the School Board approved seven first round candidates. First round and finalist interviews will take place the week of April 12.
If you traveled outside of Minnesota during Spring Break, please review these COVID-19 testing and quarantine reminders.
The 2021 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments will take place in April. Students will need to complete the test in person, in school.
As we look forward to students returning to school tomorrow, we want to remind families and staff that they should remain home if feeling ill.