Robbinsdale Area Schools
Elementary
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A student reads in the classroom
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Two students work on a science research project and look at plants.
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A student works in class on cutting and gluing paper

Meadow Lake Elementary

Dedicated to creating a positive culture that focuses on the whole child so that all students develop into strong, contributing members of society. 

Principal's Welcome

Nancy Benz-Froelich

Principal Froelich is an experienced educator and administrator.

COVID-19

Information and updates

Kindergarten enrollment

Learn to love learning

Family Involvement

Stay connected

Children learn best when home, school and community work together and stay connected.

Adventure Club

K-5 only

The fun never stops! Adventure Club offers before and after school care for children in grades K-5.

Fine Arts

Creativity unleashed 

Visual arts, music programs and more. 

School News

Valuable Reading Programs for Distance Learning

Want to increase your child's reading level? Read more about Lexia Reading Intervention (Grades K - 3), MackinVIA and Tumblebooks. These are great ways to promote reading at home on the iPad and Chromebooks.

Device Protection Plan Insurance

Parents can pay for their child’s device protection via the parent portal. This protection covers damage to the iPad or Chromebook.

Maker Space Donation

The Media Center is seeking donations for its Maker Space! Donations can be dropped off in the school office in bags with labeling “For Mrs. Hilgers/Maker Space”.

COVID reporting form

Students and staff during school, students participating in district-sanctioned athletics, activities, performances and events, across all grade levels, will be subject to Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) COVID-19 protocols. These guidelines are different from the updates the district made earlier this week.

Temporary shift to distance learning

We had hoped to continue with in-person learning without disruption, but many of our staff have tested positive or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. As a result, all district schools will shift to distance learning beginning Tuesday, Jan. 18, through Friday, Jan. 21. Students will return to in-person learning on Tuesday, Jan. 25.

School Calendar

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