Robbinsdale Area Schools
Pilgrim Lane
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Differentiated learning experiences to support our goals for all students to achieve grade-level literacy.

 

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Individual focus. Infinite potential.

Each student has limitless possibilities and we strive to ignite the potential in every student.

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Middle school info nights

Mark your calendars! Fifth-grade students and families can meet staff, check out the facilities, and learn about class offerings.

Learn more
 

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Students eating lunch together

Meals are free this year but we still need families to complete an application for Educational Benefits. 

Complete an application

 

 

 

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Your path to excellence in fine arts.

We inspire all learners to develop their unique potential.

Arts and academic excellence

Our staff are committed to arts education and promoting critical and creative thinking.

Principal's Message

Nancy Froelich

Tools for families

Make an online payment, get help with your Parent Portal, and learn about community resources.

Kindergarten

Learning to love learning

Superintendent Search

Learn more about the search timeline and opportunities to share your input.

 

Adventure Club

Before and after school care

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

Robbinsdale Area Schools powwow 2024

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.

A NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPALS

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Thank you for attending Literacy Night last week. The students had a lot of smiles - and the Book Share, art projects, and Book Walk (which turned into a Book Run) was a great time! Spike is always a hit and we hope you have a great memory photo. A special thank you to our PTO and parents for providing the volunteer time and funding for the event!

Conferences are here! We always look forward to meeting with our parents and students on the progress for the year. It is great to see such awesome growth at this time of the year! Teachers are eager to share this and to celebrate the successes of the children! Thank you for signing up and helping the teachers receive 100% attendance at conferences.

A reminder: It's important to clarify that we don't accommodate parent requests for specific teachers for the upcoming academic year. Engaging in such discussions with teachers at conferences is improper. We believe in the professionalism and expertise of our faculty to provide the best learning environment for all students. Thank you for your understanding.

This week we have the MN Wild at our school for a Wellness Program. This should be an energizing time (good luck to the teachers for the rest of the day). Our Grade 3 students are in the midst of presenting the Black History plays to the parents. Some of the students will even perform at Robbinsdale Middle School! Plus, Grade 3 will be visiting Orchestra Hall. Grade 2 is working with the Cowles Center and showing their dance moves! The school is "buzzing" with action!

Have a great rest of the week!

Principal Froelich and Principal Lorence

SECOND STEP FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 4th

Social Emotional Learning is important. This week we will focus on Empathy & Kindness. Read here for each grade levels information and ways you can help reinforce at home.

GRADE 3: ORCHESTRA HALL INFORMATION

Thursday, February 29th Orchestra Hall field trip for 3rd graders. The bus will leave at 11:00 am and return at 1:00 pm. Lunch will be served when the students return to school.

GRADE 2: COWLES RESIDENCY

Grade 2 is enjoying an Artist in Residency Program with the Cowles Center. Click for more information.

Student talking to staff at school drop off

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will soon begin work to replace the 36th Avenue bridge over Highway 169. The bridge, including all ramps, is expected to be closed from April through October 2024. 

School Calendar

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