Robbinsdale School Staff Getting Creative to Connect with Students
Robbinsdale school staff continue to foster student connectedness in creative ways, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plymouth Middle School Principal Cheri Kulland and her assistant principals shared videos demonstrating fun activities students can do at home as districts experiment with distance learning.
Some activities include art projects, playing instruments, reading and cleaning.
“We have been thinking of our students at home and wanted them to know we miss them,” said Principal Kulland. “Here at PMS, we are a family, and our staff found this to be a fun way to remind our students and families that we are here.”
Zachary Lane Elementary school staff are also using their creativity to bond with students.
Earlier this year, Principal Matt Phelps and assistant Principal Kelly Kudla agreed to dress like frogs if students reach the schools reading goal for its yearly Readathon event.
That promise held true because you’ll see Phelps and Kudla make their cameo appearance in a video created by staff.
The video shares healthy tips to keep students and families safe.
Staff across Robbinsdale School District are using video to connect with students. Staff also read stories to students each week.
Click here to learn how schools across the northwest metro are distance learning.