Learn more about the upcoming Spring Orchestra Festival, All District Band Spring Concert, and Honors Orchestra Spring Concert this month.
Lisa Barnholdt brings experience, passion, and a true collaborative approach to educating learners from many backgrounds.
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The fun never stops. Adventure Club offers before and after school care for children in grades K-5.
As a National Turnaround Arts School, we use art as a way to approach teaching and learning.
As the search for Rdale’s next leader continues, stay in the know by visiting the superintendent search page.
Attendees can experience the culture, learn more about the importance of powwows and enjoy a meal of fry bread tacos. There is no cost for this event.
As part of a culture of academic integrity, we would like to remind families and students of the importance of test security.
The 2024 precinct caucuses will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Families may notice event or activity schedule changes due to our schools being used as polling locations.
Our summer programming helps students recharge, have fun, and spend time with friends. From kindergarten to high school, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue offers two tax benefits for families who purchase education supplies for their K-12 students.
Families are invited to learn about the diverse programs available this summer in our community.
Because reading is so critical, leaders in Robbinsdale Area Schools (Rdale) are taking steps to improve how students are taught to read.
Students participating in the upcoming district Black History Month event were asked to reflect on the significance of Black History Month in their own lives.
This school year, the American Indian Education team introduced two different Indigenous Learning Trunks. One for primary (K-8) and one for secondary (9-12), the trunks contain age-appropriate artifacts from the Ojibwe and Dakota people.
Among those who have worked with Dr. Hollie and members of his team are approximately 25 “cadres” of educators at nearly every building in the district. Some Rdale teachers first began studying the CLR approach almost 10 years ago, and last year a broader and more formalized training cohort began.
All are welcome to attend the upcoming Black History Month to enjoy student performances and food from various African American cultures.
Our community is invited to screen a film, The Right to Read, which shares the stories and struggles of an activist, a teacher, and two American families working to help children learn.
Rdale has plans in place to help students stay safe. Learn more about these plans at the district and building level.