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.
Nominations for Teacher and Education Assistant of the Year are now open!
The School Board of Robbinsdale Area Schools is currently seeking applicants for the Financial Advisory Council (FAC). There is currently one open seat available (January 2021 – June 2022 term).
Within our Distance Learning PLUS model, we are able to offer Student Support Centers at each school. Virtual and in-person options for assistance are available for all students - in all grade levels and in all subject areas.
As we try to minimize community spread, it is important that we all continue to practice strict safety precautions. If your student gets a COVID test, they should stay home until you receive the test results - even if not experiencing any symptoms.
Check out our FAIR-Crystal Virtual Art Gallery!
Parents/guardians of American Indian students are invited to join the Robbinsdale Area Schools American Indian Parent Advisory Committee (AIPAC). Meetings will be held virtually this school year.
Dr. Stephanie Burrage, Interim Superintendent, shares a message to families following up on the communication about the decision to remain in Distance Learning PLUS.
We shared the news on 11/5/2020 that the District would remain in Distance Learning PLUS along with updates to our childcare programming. Please continue reading for new and additional information.
Robbinsdale Area Schools will remain in Distance Learning PLUS for all students and will not begin the tiered start into a hybrid learning model on Nov. 16.
Community members are invited to join us for our Equity in Education Series. The first topic of this series will be 'What is Equity and Why Does It Matter?'
The registration deadline for 281 Distance Learning School has been removed.
At this time, pre-k through 5 students, and secondary special education center-based students, will return on Monday, Nov. 9. Our current plan is to transition middle and high school students on Tuesday, Jan. 26 based on the model that aligns with current COVID count data.
Our School Nurses want to remind families that students should continue to receive recommended vaccinations.
The August and September health data shows a downward trend in reported COVID-19 numbers. This means we are preparing for a potential shift in our learning model for early childhood, elementary, middle and high school students, beginning Monday, Oct. 19.
Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about how Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) can help you and your children get to know other families, even while our communities are physically apart.