Robbinsdale Area Schools
Pilgrim Lane
An elementary student smiling

Individual focus. Infinite potential.

We believe each student has limitless possibilities and we strive to ignite the potential in every student.


Elementary Acting
Elementary students in a theater performance

Your path to excellence in fine arts.

We inspire and educate all learners to develop their unique potential.


Excellence for All.
Two students smile at the camera in their classroom.

Differentiated learning experiences to support our goals for all third-grade students to achieve grade-level literacy.


Arts and academic excellence

Students learn in an academically challenging environment with a committment to arts education, promoting critical and creative thinking.

Principal's Message

Welcome to FAIR School Pilgrim Lane

Randy Moberg is principal of FAIR School Pilgrim Lane.

Kindergarten enrollment

Learning to love learning

Apply for educational benefits today

Meals will no longer be for families unless they qualify for educational benefits.

Adventure Club

Kindergarten through 5th Grade

The fun doesn't stop! Adventure Club offers before and after school care options for students in K-5th Grade.

Arts Immersion

Creativity Unleashed 

Our commitment to arts education gives students the opportunity to engage in culturally relevant and student-centered curricula.

School News

Kindness in Chalk ~ October 3rd

BE KIND. TEACH KINDNESS. This is our job. Help us spread kindness by writing words of encouragement on the sidewalks of our schools and communities on Kindness in Chalk Day.

Fall Festival

Please join us for the FAIR PTO Fall Festival on Friday, October 7th from 5:30 - 7 p.m. for food, drinks and live music. Please RSVP for the FAIR Fall Festival by October 4th.

Every Meal Weekend Meal Program

The Every Meal Weekend Meal Program is the core of our organization. It is our response to a need we hear frequently from Principals and school staff: “My students don’t have food on the weekends, can you help?” FAIR PLE 22-23 Every Meal Electronic Enrollment Form (All languages)


DPP is a plan that can eliminate or reduce the cost assessed to families if devices assigned to their children become damaged or lost.

Updated school year calendar

Last year the School Board voted to change the 2022-23 school year calendar. To accommodate two holidays – Yom Kippur on Oct. 5, 2022, and Eid celebrated on April 21 and 22, 2023.

Notes from the Nurse

If you are unsure of whether your child(ren) should be able to come to school due to illness please use the illness guidelines chart.

School Spirit Days

School Spirit Day is every Friday, wear your FAIR gear or something with our school colors of purple and green.

kids getting on school bus


Before school starts, download the free Durham Bus Tracker app to view routes and scheduled stops, see messages related to route delays and track buses.

Students getting on a bus

I am happy to report that we currently have drivers to staff all transportation routes and busing to school activities. In addition, we believe we have hired enough staff to be able to cover our routes if our drivers call out sick or need to take extended leaves. 

wild rice taste testings

Starting this fall, school meals will no longer be free to all students. Students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals through the Educational Benefits application will have access to meals at no cost or a reduced cost.

School Calendar

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