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DLI Program Openings

The Robla School District is excited to announce that we have a few spaces in our Kindergarten and First Grade Dual Language Immersion classes that have opened up. If you are interested in enrolling your child, please check out our DLI page for more information.
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Bark

Robla School District has recently started utilizing Bark to add another layer of protection for students when accessing the Internet. Bark also offers parents a service to help monitor their child's social media accounts for various threats and dangers. Check out the Bark for Schools section for more information.
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Smoke Advisory

Because of the unhealthy air quality that continues to plague the Sacramento area due to smoke from the Camp Fire in Butte County, we will be closing all schools within the Robla School District on Friday November 16. School will not reopen until after the Thanksgiving break on Tuesday November 27th.
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Common Ground

Partnering for a better future. See how the Robla School District is improving the lives of students in and out of the classroom.
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Strings 2018-19 Signup!

The Robla Strings Program is a program through the California State University Sacramento (CSUS) Strings Program that provides carefully structured group lessons in violin and cello for Robla School District students in the fourth grade and up. To sign-up for classes or to find out more information, click the headline!
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Robla Teacher Professional Growth System

Over the past three years, the teachers and administrators of the Robla School District have have been developing and implementing the Robla Teacher Professional Growth System. This month, the district was featured in Leadership magazine, a magazine published by the Association of California School Administrators. To check out the article, click the title!
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Talking to Children about Violence

The recent school shooting in Florida happened in a high school far from Robla, but any event in a school can cause us all to fear for our children’s safety. When children hear about these events on the news, they can become fearful as well. Please know that we will continue to work very hard in the Robla School District to keep all of our students and staff safe every single school day. If you feel it is appropriate to talk to your children about school violence, we have attached some information for parents and teachers.
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