Dr. Frank Herman is the head principal of Cooper High School.
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District is extending this period of distance learning at all district schools through Friday, Jan. 28.
Families with students entering high school next year are invited to attend our in-person event.
Congratulations to Cooper High School’s AVID students who ranked in the top 20 for the 2022 Educational Forum Student Spotlight Competition.
Congratulations to our IB Diploma candidates who completed their extended essays.
School meal bundles can be picked up at eight sites in the district from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Additionally, two sites will have an evening pick up from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
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.
Did you know Cooper High School has an award winning school newspaper? The Quill is now available electronically, in full color, for everyone's enjoyment!
With school set to resume on Monday, Jan. 3, Robbinsdale Area Schools would like to remind families that students who are not feeling well should stay home from school.
Local and state law enforcement do not believe threats through this challenge are credible.
A reminder to families there is no school Monday, Dec. 20 through Friday, Dec. 31. Classes will resume in the new year on Monday, Jan. 3, 2022.
The district is changing two days on the 2021-22 school calendar due to educational challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In-person school will not take place on Friday, Jan. 14, and Friday, Feb. 18, 2022. Instead, students will engage in learning activities from home.
During winter break, families will receive postcards from transportation with updated bus route information. They will be sent through the U.S. Postal Service to your address on record.
Although it is too early to know how this potential storm will impact us, we do not expect to call off school for tomorrow. However, we will be watching the weather forecast closely.
To help with worsening road and travel conditions, Robbinsdale Area Schools will dismiss all grade levels early today, Friday, Dec. 10, due to heavy snowfall. In addition, all afternoon and evening activities are canceled.
To ensure a smooth transition of rerouting buses on Jan. 3, we need to begin making updates in our student information system starting Friday, Dec. 10. This means we will not be able to use Infinite Campus or the Durham Bus app to notify families of late or canceled buses during this time.