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District News & Announcements

Halo appears over Bell Avenue

On Friday, March 1st, Sac PD announced the name selected for their newest helicopter, as chosen by students at Bell Avenue, as Halo. Click the story title to check out photos from the event.
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ALICE Parent Night

Parents are invited to attend the ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Parent Nights to learn more about what teachers and students are learning when it comes to dealing with school shootings.
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District Spelling Bee

The District Spelling Bee was held on January 24th at Main Avenue. Be sure to check out the video of the event and congratulations to all the students that participated!
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2019 LCAP at a Glance

Take a glance at the district programs, tools, and resources being utilized as part of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).
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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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Driving Tips for the Season

During late fall and early winter, the road and weather conditions make getting to our destination a little tougher. Stay safe on the road with these smart driving tips.
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E-Rate Posting

Robla School District is pleased to announce posting of Requests for Proposals for YR 2019 (YR22) E-Rate Eligible Projects: Internet Service, Network Equipment and Basic Maintenance. The bids are due no later than 3:00 p.m. on January 9, 2019.
Interested vendors, please check out the Technology Department Erate Program page.
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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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