Hello Roadrunner Families,
Next week there is no school for our spring break. I hope you all enjoy a relaxing week of no school. We look forward to seeing everyone again on April 3rd.
Please also see that we are going to start keeping all school devices at school in preparation for MCA testing. Students will no longer be bringing devices to and from school daily. Please ensure your student returns their device, charger, and case (for Chromebooks).
Please help support the PTA and our carnival by donating items for the raffle, see the post below for more information.
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Hello Roadrunner Families,
No school from March 27 - March 31. Classes will resume on Monday, April 3, 2023. District offices will be open.
As we are inching closer to spring break and then testing season, we are asking for all students to bring back and start leaving their devices at school in preparation for testing beginning in early April.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call Neill Elementary @ 763-504-7400
Yearbooks are on sale now for 2022-2023. The cost is $15.50 and the deadline to order is April 9th. Read more to order and have your yearbook mailed directly to your home!
The Neill Carnival will be on April 28th from 5:30-8:00. Donations for raffle baskets are needed. Read more for detail!
This week in music we are playing a lot of games leading up to spring break! The best thing about all these games is that we are practicing our musical skills as we have a lot of fun together. In kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade we are playing listening games and our personal favorite is freeze dance! In 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade we are trying a new game called Leader of the Mountain (you can see our 4th graders playing that in our picture!) as well as a fan favorite called bean bag toss!
The Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA) are state tests in reading, mathematics, and science that are used to meet federal and state legislative requirements. The tests are administered every year to measure student performance relative to the Minnesota Academic Standards that specify what students in a particular grade should know and be able to do.
This important programming provides young learners an opportunity to engage in hands-on activities and build skills to prepare for kindergarten. Part-time and full-time options are available.
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households a discount of up to $30 per month for internet services. Families are eligible to participate in ACP if a student in the household receives free or reduced-price school meals.
We would love to see you at our PTA meetings! Family involvement is key in the growth of our PTA. Volunteer a little or a lot. Every little bit helps. The next PTA Meeting is Tuesday, April 4th from 6:15 pm -7:30 pm in the Neill Staff Lounge.
Robbinsdale Area Schools Community Education Department is offering orchestra and choir classes this summer at Plymouth Middle School. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday from June 20-July 13. Read more for details and registration link.
Families can use the Parent Portal to access important student information including grades and attendance.
Enjoy a community meal and entertainment -- and receive a handcrafted bowl -- all while supporting local food shelves. This year’s Empty Bowls event takes place from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, at Cooper High School, 230 47th Ave. N. in New Hope.
Save the date: For families looking for an opportunity for their young learner to engage in hands-on activities and build skills to prepare for kindergarten, preschool registration opens Monday, March 20.
Earlier this month information was shared with families about a districtwide initiative for families to read together for I Love to Read Month. As a part of this project, families are now invited to complete this form by Tuesday, Feb. 28 and share your I Love to Read Month activities.