Mr. Phelps has been a part of Robbinsdale Area Schools for over 20 years.
Looking for 2021-22 back-to-school information, such as supply lists? We've got you covered.
We believe that fostering a strong partnership between home, school and community increases student success.
The fun doesn't stop! Adventure club offers before and after school care for children in grades K-5.
Students are empowered to learn as much as they can to make the world a better place.
We have launched a new free bus tracker app for families!
With humility, I apologize for the serious transportation issues affecting our students, families and schools this week.
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 8, Robbinsdale Area Schools will provide Vault saliva test kits for both students and staff to be administered at home over Zoom.
The School Board of Robbinsdale Area Schools is seeking applicants for a vacant School Board Director seat. There is currently one open seat with a term set to expire on Dec. 31, 2022.
Read more to learn about important COVID plans for the 2021-22 school year
With the first day of school quickly approaching, this is a reminder of the immunization requirements for students enrolled in Robbinsdale Area Schools.
With the first day of school rapidly approaching, we know many families have started making plans for their student’s return.
Every summer the district takes on construction and maintenance projects that are part of a long-term facilities maintenance (LTFM) plan.
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
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.
Parents and Guardians of incoming kindergartners for the school year 2021-2022 are invited to attend this virtual event!
We hope you can join us for our virtual Community Reads Event! Register for the reading event and discussion, and receive the book for free!