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Incoming 9th through 12th grade students are eligible to participate in a tuition-free, three-week cosmetology program. Saint Paul College instructors will guide students via Zoom.

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Mathematics Materials Adoption Vendor Fair text

Robbinsdale Area Schools will be adopting new instructional materials for Mathematics K-12. Visit the in-person vendor fair, May 3-5 -- or the online fair, May 1-10.

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College and Career Now! is a free program for incoming students in 9th through 12th grade. Students take college courses, earning both high school and college credits.

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Armstrong Senior Earns Perfect ACT Score

Armstrong High School senior Mio Aoki-Sherwood has achieved a feat very few students nationwide accomplish: a perfect score on the ACT test.

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In December 2020, the School Board voted to change school start times, but didn’t determine when the change would happen. At the Monday, April 19 meeting, the Board voted unanimously in favor of making the shift beginning in the 2022-23 school year. 

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On Thursday, April 8, the School Board approved seven first round candidates. First round and finalist interviews will take place the week of April 12.

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If you traveled outside of Minnesota during Spring Break, please review these COVID-19 testing and quarantine reminders.

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The 2021 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments will take place in April. Students will need to complete the test in person, in school.

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Help Keep Everyone Healthy

As we look forward to students returning to school tomorrow, we want to remind families and staff that they should remain home if feeling ill.

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