Zoraba Ross is head principal of FAIR School Crystal.
We are planning for various school scenarios. Learn more at our District website.
Assisting students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic with various supports.
Learn more about our PTO and ways to get involved!
Counseling Staff help to guide early adolescent students through their middle school years.
Our commitment to arts education gives students the opportunity to engage in culturally relevant and student-centered curricula.
Earlier today Gov. Walz announced updates to Minnesota’s Safe Learning Plan, specifically as it relates to students in middle and high schools. Please continue reading for updates to our secondary hybrid transition plan.
Get in on the fun for I Love to Read Month with these activities.
Check out our transition timeline, which includes important dates by grade level as well as non-school days.
In anticipation of inclement weather, please take time to review our winter weather weather closing guide.
Please read for important updates about welcoming middle and high school students back to in-person, in-school learning. Earlier this week we met with our regional support team to discuss and review our plan to bring students back in hybrid learning.
Families with students entering high school next year are invited to attend these virtual events!
Learn more about what makes FAIR School Crystal a unique option for families.
Our elementary distribution sites, Lakeview, Meadow Lake, Neill, and Northport, will serve their last meal bundle distribution on Wednesday, January 13. Cooper High School, Plymouth Middle School, Robbinsdale Middle School, and Sandburg Middle School (beginning January 26th) will continue to distribute meal bundles.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has released updated guidance for close contact with a person positive with COVID-19.
We are sharing three things in this letter: information for elementary families, information for secondary families and upcoming non-school days (with several new dates for elementary students).
Registration for the 8th annual Bird Bash is now open!
If you would like to register for or opt-out of our distance learning option (281 Distance Learning School) - the deadline is Tuesday, Dec. 22. We know this is a short timeframe. Based on the Governor’s announcement this week, we are working as quickly as possible to put a revised plan in place.
Dr. Stephanie Burrage, Interim Superintendent, warmly wishes you wonderful winter break! We are looking forward to 2021 with optimism!
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During Monday’s School Board meeting, the Board voted 5-2 to change school start times. There has not been a decision about which school year this will begin.