Arts and academic excellence
Students learn in an academically challenging environment with a committment to arts education, promoting critical and creative thinking.
Welcome to FAIR School Pilgrim Lane
Randy Moberg is principal of FAIR School Pilgrim Lane.
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Learning to love learning
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Meals will no longer be for families unless they qualify for educational benefits.
Kindergarten through 5th Grade
The fun doesn't stop! Adventure Club offers before and after school care options for students in K-5th Grade.
Our commitment to arts education gives students the opportunity to engage in culturally relevant and student-centered curricula.
This important programming provides young learners an opportunity to engage in hands-on activities and build skills to prepare for kindergarten. Part-time and full-time options are available.
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households a discount of up to $30 per month for internet services. Families are eligible to participate in ACP if a student in the household receives free or reduced-price school meals.
The driving idea behind a second-year partnership between FAIR Pilgrim Lane and Stages Theatre Company, called Connecting Generations, is that "we are all different but still the same." The objective is to build community by connecting youth and elders.
Families can use the Parent Portal to access important student information including grades and attendance.
Enjoy a community meal and entertainment -- and receive a handcrafted bowl -- all while supporting local food shelves. This year’s Empty Bowls event takes place from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, at Cooper High School, 230 47th Ave. N. in New Hope.
Save the date: For families looking for an opportunity for their young learner to engage in hands-on activities and build skills to prepare for kindergarten, preschool registration opens Monday, March 20.
FAIR Pilgrim Lane students Hazel Smith, Keira Richards and Miles Alexander are participating in the upcoming Stages Theatre production of Once on this Island, Jr. Performances run March 3-19 and tickets are on sale now. Rdale staff and families can use the code RDALE3 at checkout for a $3 discount per ticket.
Earlier this month information was shared with families about a districtwide initiative for families to read together for I Love to Read Month. As a part of this project, families are now invited to complete this form by Tuesday, Feb. 28 and share your I Love to Read Month activities.
Due to the winter storm and blizzard expected to impact the area over the next few days, all Rdale schools will shift to e-learning Wednesday, Feb. 22, through Friday, Feb. 24, 2023.
We’re closely monitoring the winter storm that is set to bring significant snow to the area tomorrow evening through Thursday.
Families can now register for Summer Academic Programs. Programming is Monday through Friday. All students are welcome to participate. The Summer Academic Program is free and voluntary.
Free Summer Programs!
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District offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 20 in observance of Presidents Day. Monday, Feb. 27 is a staff development day, so school will not be in session, but district offices are open.
Families are invited to read with their student(s) throughout the month of February in celebration of I Love to Read Month. Whether it’s some of your favorites or something new, families who participate will have the opportunity to win prizes.
Singing and dancing to drum beats that reverberate through hallways is a sign that something special is happening at school. That was the scene recently at FAIR School Pilgrim Lane in Plymouth.