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End of Trimester 1 Approaches

It’s report card season, but even more important than report cards are Parent/Teacher Conferences! With Parent/Teacher Conferences quickly approaching, the Robla School District wanted to remind parents of the importance of these conferences and offer information on understanding the report cards.
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Parent Feedback Survey

The Robla School District is soliciting parent feedback about the Robla School District, its schools and our communications. Thank you for taking a few minutes to provide your feedback in this survey. This survey will close on November 10, 2017.
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United Way

Thank you to the United Way from the students and staff of the Robla School District for all the help and support you provide!
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Residents warned not to use tap water - LIFTED

Early this morning, we received notice that the tap water at Glenwood is unsafe to drink or use in any food preparation until further notice. In response to this notice, we have immediately shifted our food prep methods and taped off all drinking fountains. Bottled water was provided at the site for all students and staff. - Update: Do not drink advisory lifted
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School Bus Safety Week

School Bus Safety Week is an excellent way for parents, students, teachers, motorists, school bus operators, school administrators, and other interested parties - to join forces and address the importance of school bus safety. Designed to promote school bus safety, school districts throughout the country observe School Bus Safety Week.
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National Tragedy

As the news streams in and images flash across screens, children cannot escape the disturbing scenes. Many will be scared and confused. We would like to offer advice for talking to your children about violence and other national tragedies:
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October is Bully Prevention Month

Bullying can take a lot of forms, from teasing or spreading rumors to leaving kids out on purpose or physically attacking them. Here are a few tools and resources to help combat bullying as a parent, student, or teacher.
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