The August and September health data shows a downward trend in reported COVID-19 numbers. This means we are preparing for a potential shift in our learning model for early childhood, elementary, middle and high school students, beginning Monday, Oct. 19.
Erick D. Norby is the head principal of Armstrong High School.
We are planning for various school scenarios. Learn more at our District website.
Safety continues to be our top priority. Learn more at our District website.
Counselors and support staff can help students with educational planning, personal and social growth, career planning and decision making.
Learn more about student leadership opportunities.
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Los datos de salud de agosto y septiembre muestran una tendencia descendente en los números reportados de COVID-19. Esto significa que nos estamos preparando para un posible cambio en nuestro modelo de aprendizaje para los estudiantes de niñez temprana, primaria, intermedia y preparatoria a partir del lunes 19 de octubre.
Robbinsdale Area Schools students had the opportunity to participate in a summer program to help them prepare for the upcoming ACT tests. The program included orientation days, a pre-assessment, post-assessment and virtual self student components.
Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about how Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) can help you and your children get to know other families, even while our communities are physically apart.
Welcome back staff, students and families! We are so excited for the new school year ahead.
Did you know Robbinsdale Area Schools uses various platforms to communicate with families? To ensure you are receiving important communications, families are encouraged to check their Infinite Campus settings.
During our open house watch our introduction Flip Grid videos, read the student expectations for this year, learn more about materials pick up and check out a tour of Armstong.
Nancy Froelich and Jeff Stovall have accepted positions as administrators of 281 Distance Learning School at the elementary and secondary levels, respectively. This assignment will last throughout the 2020-2021 school year; they will continue to support their current buildings.
Is your family in need of a hotspot? Our district will be providing hotspots to families who do not currently have quality internet access.
Families who prefer to not have their student(s) take the school bus to or from school (if the district is in hybrid or in-person learning) have the choice to opt-out of transportation services for the 2020-2021 school year. Opting out is completely voluntary.
While we will begin our school year in a Distance Learning PLUS model, we will continue to prepare for hybrid or in-person learning. Due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the District's plan may shift throughout the year. As we continue to work with our principals and staff, we would like to share the following updates.
Larry Tate has been selected as the new Activities/Athletic Director for Armstrong High School. Mr. Tate has been an employee with Robbinsdale Area Schools for more than 15 years. He will begin his new role effective Tuesday, August 18, 2020.
Robbinsdale Area Schools will begin the 2020-2021 school year in the Distance Learning PLUS model. The remainder of this letter provides additional details regarding several areas of our Smart Start: Safely Coming Back to School plan.
The following fall sports will begin as scheduled on August 17, 2020: Cross-Country – Boys/Girls; Soccer – Boys/Girls; Swimming & Diving – Girls; Tennis – Girls. Reductions to seasons and game schedules may occur for these fall sports. Revised game schedules and season dates will be communicated to families in the coming weeks. Football, volleyball, fall dance, cheerleading and marching band will be moved to a modified winter/spring season.
Cap and Gown Drop Off will beThursday, August 6: 1-4 p.m. and Friday, August 7: 9-noon. Please wear a mask and if a line forms, please maintain a 6-foot distance between others.