Members of the Robbinsdale Area Schools community filled the board room March 18 for a listening session. Speakers shared either support or dismay over the reassignment of longtime Armstrong High School Principal David Dahl.
After a listening session March 18, the Robbinsdale Area School Board went into regular session and announced the board would be going into a closed session to discuss “preliminary allegations or charges against an individual subject to the board’s authority.”
The International Baccalaureate Programmes of Lakeview Elementary, Robbinsdale Middle and Cooper High schools will be taking donations and packaging aid for a Night of Service 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, April 5 in the Cooper cafeteria, 8230 47th Ave. N., New Hope. The open house is open to students…
North Hennepin Community College will host its third annual “Why Teach” event 4-6 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in the Grand Hall of the Center for Business and Technology, to honor future teachers, discuss critical issues in education and to listen to inspirational stories from teachers and educ…
This year’s annual Robbinsdale Area Schools State of the District address March 14 had a centralized theme: “See all. Serve all. Support all.”
Tucked into late February and early March is traditionally a special recognition period for school bus drivers across Minnesota—including those the north metro.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz greeted the children of Sonja Jacobsen’s preschool class at Meadow Lake Elementary School in New Hope March 12 for his final stop of five-day statewide school tour where he highlighted his proposals for a beefed up education budget. After a conversation with the child…
The Child Development Lab class at Park Center High School is looking for preschool-aged children ages 3-5 who are toilet trained to attend Park Center Playschool for approximately one to two hours per week for approximately eight weeks beginning April 11 or 12 through May 30 or 31.
Parents, students and district stakeholders voiced concerns regarding the reassignment of longtime Armstrong High School Principal David Dahl during a Robbinsdale Area Schools community engagement session March 7 in the high school auditorium.
The decision to place Armstrong High School Principal David Dahl on special assignment for the 2019-20 school was sent to Armstrong High School families Monday afternoon.
A community engagement discussion on the potential change of school start times has begun in the Robbinsdale Area School District, kicking off Feb. 26 during a World Cafe discussion at Sandburg Middle School in Golden Valley.
A record-breaking $310,000 was raised by 450 attendees of Hopkins Education Foundation’s Royal Bash Feb. 23. More than $100,000 is dedicated to the foundation’s initiative that addresses students’ emotional, social and physical wellbeing. The annual event is the largest source of funding for…
The ninth annual Robbinsdale Area Schools Empty Bowls event will be 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at Robbinsdale Cooper High School, 8230 47th Ave. N., New Hope.
Two Osseo Senior High students have been selected to display their work the 22nd Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition. Kendall Potratz was selected for her work “Two Harbors’ Basket,” and Lindy Oujiri was selected for her work “Lantern.”
Wilbur Winkelman, a fifth-grade teacher at Lakeview Elementary in Robbinsdale, has been selected as a semifinalist for the 2019 Minnesota Teacher of the Year.
A lawsuit filed Feb. 25 accuses District 11 of discriminating against a transgender student.
A second Special Listing Session on student discipline will take place at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at the Brooklyn Center Community School District Offices, off Shingle Creek Parkway.
Unlike most theater productions at North Hennepin Community College, “The Doors of Ambiguity” does not have a storied history. It has no Tony Awards, no Broadway production, no Wikipedia page.
It’s noon at Covenant Village, and resident Arnold Rodstrom is spinning a yarn about meeting the pope. A group sits around him: Carol Woetzel, a fellow resident; Mario Antonio Lopez, an immigrant from El Salvador, and Diana Perez Venegas, an immigrant from Mexico. Both Lopez and Venegas are …
After multiple days of school closures and late starts at the end of January, many parents may wonder how the decision to close schools is made.
Members of the Hopkins School District Legislative Action Coalition gathered with district lawmakers and educators Jan. 15 for a legislative breakfast to kick off the 2019 budget year and present its platform.
Outside of the Armstrong High School auditorium, cockney accents can be heard as theater students rehearse scenes from this year’s winter musical production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” set to hit the stage Friday, Feb. 1.
Plymouth Middle School students are working to bring a fairy tale to life in the upcoming musical “Cinderella,” which opens at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31.
After months of planning and collaborative work, Hopkins West Junior High School has a new hand-painted, mosaic mural stretching through a corridor near the front entrance. The work of art was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 17, and it bears a critical message: All are welcome.
Brooklyn Center Community Schools voters went to the polls in early November 2017 and approved two questions, one for an operating referendum, and the other for a bond issue calling for some key building projects in two buildings.
Earle Brown Elementary STEAM School in the Brooklyn Center School District is undergoing a major leadership transition as students complete the first semester of the 2018-19 school year, with the retirement of Principal Randy Koch. His last day as principal was Jan. 1.
Through art, 22 high school students from five Twin Cities schools will share their personal depiction of God in the upcoming exhibit “Who Is God?,” opening Friday, Jan. 11 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
The Robbinsdale Area School Board recently adopted the district’s legislative agenda with funding among the top priorities.