Robbinsdale Area Schools
Middle School
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Ignite your passion for learning.

Your path to college, trades and career readiness.

 

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A middle school student practices the violin.

Ignite your passion for music.

Your path to excellence in fine arts.

 

 

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Ignite your passion for excellence.

Infinite possibilities.

 

 

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Video National Hispanic Heritage Month

Student voices

Hear from middle school students who identify as Hispanic talk about their cultures, families, and why National Hispanic Heritage Month is important to them.

Watch the video

 

Robbinsdale Middle School

Dedicated to providing rigorous and collaborative educational opportunities for all learners and utilizing various strategies that promote respectful, meaningful interactions. 

Principal's Welcome

Shirrie Jackson 

Ms. Jackson brings a broad range of experiences in suburban and urban schools to our district. 

Full Service Community Schools

Full service community schools promote academic excellence by offering health and social services to students, families and community.

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Family Involvement

Stay connected 

Students thrive when there is a strong partnership between family, school and community. 

Apply for educational benefits today

Meals will no longer be free for families unless they qualify for educational benefits. 

Counseling

Achieve Success

Counseling Staff help to guide early adolescent students through their middle school years.

School News

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In celebration of Black History Month, Rdale students will again have the opportunity to try Ms. Rose McGee’s sweet potato comfort pie at lunch on Friday, Feb. 10. In her own words “Sweet potato pie is the ‘sacred dessert’ of Black people, and it has power. Not only does it give us energy, this pie links us to history, it soothes our spirits and renews us for the much-needed work.” Encourage your student to try sweet potato pie and take part in a Black cultural food tradition. #culturalfoodconnections #freshfunfood #Rdale281

Black History Month celebration

Students, families and community members are invited to the upcoming Black History Month Celebration. The free event takes place from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 8, at FAIR School Crystal, located at 3915 Adair Ave N. 

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Full-Service Community Schools is very excited to have the opportunity to bring Tutoring Sessions to our scholars after school each Monday from 4:15 PM- 5:30 PM, beginning on January 30, 2023.

  • All Tutoring sessions are FREE.
  • Registration is required by parents/guardians
  • Snack will be provided '
  • After School bussing provided

Register HERE or Scan the QR Code! 

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With ACCESS testing happening at the end of January, here is a reminder of testing expectations. Each student is asked to follow all state and district policies for test administration.

American Indian Ed Winter Storytelling Event

Robbinsdale Area Schools American Indian Education Program partnered with Edina Public Schools American Indian Education program to host a winter storytelling event at 6-8 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17.  The no-cost event will be held at FAIR School Crystal, 3915 Adair Ave. N. 

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