Robbinsdale Area Schools
Engineering and Arts
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Two students engaging in STEAM activities
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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Kindergarten is lots of fun!

Don't take our word for it. Hear what students have to say.

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School of Engineering and Arts

Dedicated to providing a stimulating and engaging atmosphere that promotes curiosity and joy of discovery through learning.

Principal's Welcome

Heather Hanson

Tools for families

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


Learn to love learning

Apply for educational benefits today

These applications provide important state and federal funding for our schools.

Adventure Club

Before and after school care

The fun doesn't stop! Adventure Club offers before and after school care for children in grades K-5. 

STEAM Immersion

Collaboration, creativity and problem-solving

Students practice critical thinking as they explore engaging, real-world learning experiences.

School News

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Bullying can look like a student tripping another student in the hallway and sound like teasing when a student gets glasses or a new haircut. Some elementary students don’t know what bullying is and what they can do to help prevent it. That’s why bullying prevention is so important. 

Conferences Meal Sign

Conferences are coming up on October 10th, 12th and 16th.  The WAY (We Appreciate You) committee, as part of our PTA, is looking to partner with families to help feed the staff on these longer days.

"Away For The Day"

After careful consideration and research, we have established new expectations for student use of personal electronic devices. These devices must now remain “Away For The Day” and unused for the duration of school. 


Food that is available to students on the weekends for children who attend our school.

District calendar update

The Board of Education has approved a change to the district calendar, moving a scheduled day off of school from Feb. 20 to March 5. This change was made to accommodate the Minnesota primary election.

Sign up for staff texts

The district has partnered with Raptor, a visitor management system that enhances school security. This system is used to prevent unwanted visitors from entering our buildings and track those coming and going.

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The new school year is in full swing. As students and families are getting settled, here is some helpful information about school meals, including how to view menus and add funds to meal accounts.

School Calendar

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