We are a learning community dedicated to maintaining a healthy educational environment where all students are supported to meet rigorous academic goals.
Assisting students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic with various supports.
Students thrive when there is a strong partnership between family, school and community.
We offer many academic, athletic and service opportunities for students of all grades.
Counseling Staff help to guide early adolescent students through their middle school years.
If you're looking for ways to keep your student busy this summer, check out the great programming available from Community Education! Learn more about Adventure Club (Kindergarten through 5th grade) and The Basement (6th through 8th grade).
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 National Association of Music Merchants Foundation has named Robbinsdale Area Schools a recipient of the 2021 Best Communities for Music Education Award.
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.
Picture Day for Distance Learning Students and Make-Up Day is Friday, April 9 from 7:30-11:00am.
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.
Check out our transition timeline, which includes important dates by grade level as well as non-school days.
See what is happening at Plymouth Middle School.
Join Interim Superintendent Dr. Stephanie Burrage, Board Chair David Boone and a slate of other guests for this year’s virtual State of the District presentation at 6:30 p.m. on March 11.
Two teams -- a fourth grade team from Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion (RSI), and a middle school team from Plymouth Middle School (PMS) -- recently earned recognition at the virtual state First Lego League tournament.
Changes to meal services begin March 15. Nutrition Services continues to work to meet the needs to those who are learning in person and students in distance learning.