Robla School District celebrates the grand opening of the new Main Avenue Elementary School

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On  August 19, the Robla School district welcomed back employees with a celebration of the newly modernized Main Avenue Elementary School.  Following 18 months of construction, the school has 7 new classrooms, new student bathrooms, new administrative offices and a beautiful new Multipurpose building with a stage and a full kitchen.  School began in the Robla School District on August 20.  Main Avenue students are now learning in these new learning spaces.  Funding for this construction project came from General Obligation Bonds authorized by the Robla community in 1992.

Tuberculosis Information

Dear Parents,

Some of you may be concerned about the increased incidence of TB cases diagnosed in the last few months at Grant High School.  

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by TB bacteria that can be spread through the air from an infected person through coughing, laughing, or sneezing etc.  TB is NOT spread by physical contact (shaking someone’s hand, sharing food or drink, touching objects such as doorknobs or railings, etc). Not everyone infected with TB bacteria becomes sick with TB disease

The Sacramento County Health Department is tracking all those individuals who had exposure to the TB bacteria with testing, chest x-rays, and treatment as needed.  We at Robla School District are following this situation and will let you know if there are any applicable recommendations made by the Health Department.   

If you are concerned about possible exposure to TB, or would like to be screened, contact your healthcare provider or the Sacramento County Health Department at 916-875-5881 for further assistance.  You may also contact our District Nurse, Judy Allen, at 916-335-1185, if you have further questions.

Here are some links here that you can check for more information about TB if desired.

Tuberculosis - General Information (pdf)

Tuberculosis - Difference Between Latent TB Infection and TB Disease (pdf)

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) in the Robla School District


The Board of Trustees unanimously adopted the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the Robla School District at its regular meeting on June 19, 2014.  At the same Board meeting, the Board approved the district’s budget for the 2014-2015 school year.

The LCAP is the result of the work of district staff who worked diligently to incorporate the input received from the Robla School District community over the past few months.  The resulting document outlines how state funding will be spent to meet the needs of our students over the next three years in the priority areas set by the state of California.

You can read the entire LCAP document by clicking here.


Parent Portal

IlluminateFor parents of students that attend schools within Robla School District, you can now access information about your child’s progress in school by using the Illuminate Parent Portal.  You will need an access code.  Once you have one, you can monitor your child’s grades, assignments and attendance by logging in from any computer.  You must have an email address to use the system.  Even if you did not attend one of our Parent Portal training sessions, you can still get this important information from your child’s teacher.  Simply contact your child’s school office.  They can give you your access code and directions for logging into the Parent Portal.  If you have questions, speak to your child’s teacher, or your school principal.

We hope you will find this new service useful.  We want all parents to take an active role in their child’s education.  The Parent Portal can be a useful tool to help you stay aware of what is happening at school.  To access the parent portal, click here

Instructions for accessing the Parent Portal:


Robla School District
5248 Rose Street
Sacramento, CA  95838
(916) 991-1728

Facilities Assessment & Implementation Plan

The Robla School District recently completed a very thorough assessment of its facilities.  The findings in this document are helping us plan for the future needs of our students.  To see the complete plan click here.