Robinson Student Ram Page | March 1, 2021


Providing students and parents with important updates and reports of events and happenings in the high school.

Return to School Update

Bell Schedule

On February 16, the county shifted to a new bell schedule with a new start and dismissal time to support K-12 instruction and bus schedules. We will keep this bell schedule for the remainder of the year.  

Mondays we will continue to use the google form through 1st period teachers to take attendance. All students will continue to have classes Tuesday through Friday. Bell schedule with one lunch shift.

Bell scheduled

In-Person Return and Virtual Schedules

If students are returning for in-person learning the schedule is as follows:

Grade 8, 9, and 12 will return to the building beginning March 2.

Grades 7, 10, and 11 will return to the building beginning March 9.



Bus information is available in ParentVUE – look on the Student Info tab and scroll to Transportation to verify the bus number

Calendar Reminder

March 5: 2-Hour Early Release

March 8: Student Holiday

March 26: End of 3rd Quarter; 2-Hour Early Release

March 29 - April 5: Spring Break

See the complete 2020-21 school year calendar

Student Planning Tool

Use this planning tool to organize BBCU classroom links and view the blue and gold calendar for the 3rd and 4th quarters.

Additional resources for parents and students may be accessed here.



 Students should RSVP through Flipgrid by March 9.

Donations Welcome


Donations of sanitizing wipes for students to use when we return in person are welcome! Parents may drop off at entrance 1.

Thank you Robinson community!


Library Spotlight

Hello Robinson Families,

The Robinson Library is thrilled to offer additional access to books for patrons returning to the building! The library will continue to host CURBSIDE pickup, Mondays from 1:00-6:00 p.m., and now in-person patrons can borrow library books through Grab & Go.

How do I access Robinson’s library books? Please follow the link for details!

Best wishes,

~ Robinson’s Librarians

Social Work Spotlight

Beyond Thanks: 5 Ways to Nurture Gratitude in Children

The impact of gratitude helps our overall health. The events surrounding COVID-19 have changed our normal routines. In some ways, we may feel that we’ve lost control of aspects of our lives. We can focus our energies on what we can control and practice gratitude. This will enrich our daily lives. In a recent post, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggested ways to practice gratitude and improve family health.

Click this link to access the PDF: Beyond Thanks - Kristen Licciardo.pdf

Special Ed Conference

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High School Administration

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