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NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Families,

Welcome December! Please make sure that your children are prepared for outside recess: coats, hats, gloves, boots and snow pants. This is a great way to ensure they will enjoy playing in the snow!

Adventure Club is looking for extra snow pants and boots. If you would like to donate to our before and afterschool program, please send them to the office!

Want to make a staff member smile? See the Seven Dreams Information below. This is a great way to support the Robbinsdale Foundation and also have a staff member smile! Seven Dreams Teacher & Staff Appreciation Gift - Deadline is December 12th!

Finally, please check your child's backpack and coats daily for toys and other non-school materials. These items need to stay at the home. Cell phones are off during the day and in the child's backpack. Cell phones should not be taken out once the students is on the bus. 

Sincerely,

Principal Froelich

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
Students painting and coloring

The Art Is Primary student art show is available from Thursday, Dec. 8 to Tuesday, Dec. 27 at the Robbin Gallery, located at 4915 42nd Ave. N. in Robbinsdale. 

  • District
  • Elementary
  • Noble Elementary Newsletter
WINTER CLOTHING

Recess is important and being prepared for the winter elements is key: Winter Coat, Snowpants, Boots, Hats, and Gloves are required!

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
PEOPLE INCORPORATED THERAPY PROGRAM

Does your child need emotional support? We have a school-based therapy program that is during the school day. No travel time and support for children. Our therapist is Ms. Samantha Zilverberg. See the information in this section!

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
kid making a snow angel

Sometimes Robbinsdale Area Schools may be forced to close school or shift to e-learning due to extreme temperatures or significant snowfall. 

  • All District
  • Discover Newsletter
  • Robbinsdale Middle School Newsletter
SECOND STEP WEEK OF DECEMBER 5TH

Social Emotional Learning is important. Click here to see what skills your child will be working on this week.

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
Reading Corps

To support students who need extra practice and skill building in Robbinsdale, 14 tutors are needed throughout the district. If you or someone you know is interested in helping students build their reading, math or early literacy/numeracy skills, you’re sure to make a difference.

  • All District
  • Discover Newsletter
NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Families,

We are thankful for all of you! Thank you for sending your students to Meadow Lake Elementary and for supporting our school!

Winter Season has arrived and we are now preparing for the cold weather. Please make sure you send winter gear with your child as we have recess outside. We do have gloves for sale in the office for $1.00.

Our Lost and Found will be packed up. I posted a video so that you can see what is in the Lost and Found. Please let your child know to pick it up or stop by after school to get the item.

Our students did such a great job in the "Thankful Video" - take a look. I guarantee you will not be able to watch it without a smile!

Sincerely,

Principal Froelich

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
SECOND STEP WEEK OF NOVEMBER 28th

Social Emotional Learning is important. Click here to see what skills your child will be working on this week.

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
MEDIA MINUTE

Instructions on how to pay for lost or damaged media resources (e.g. books, device accessories, etc.).

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter
NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Families,

What makes us happy? We love to spend time with our families during Family Night. Meadow Lake is a community school where we value relationships, get togethers, and building friendships. Thank you for coming to Family Night and joining in the community celebration.

A shout out to the fifth graders and Ms. Thao on their final performance for the school year. As we were telling the fifth graders, there are many "lasts" for fifth grade to end their elementary years. This is one of the final concerts for them - and then they will be joining Plymouth Middle School next fall. It has been fun to watch them grow up, mature, and now lead in our school.

The month of November we show Gratitude. We are thankful for our students, families, and staff. We know that Meadow Lake is a great school because of our community.

On behalf of Assistant Principal Lacy, the staff and myself - we want to say THANK YOU for being fabulous!

Sincerely,

Principal Froelich

  • Meadow Lake Elementary
  • Meadow Lake Newsletter