Bullying can take a lot of forms, from teasing or spreading rumors to leaving kids out on purpose or physically attacking them. Here are a few tools and resources to help combat bullying as a parent, student, or teacher.
If you ask around Robla about John Reven, you'll get a slew of answers, "He runs the fundraisers," "he helps with the Strings program," "he helped me get my class some science sets!" No matter who you think he is, here is a little peak at the man who has been helping our little district for nearly 30 years.
The federal government made an announcement recently regarding immigration and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Here in the Robla School District we thought this would be a good time to remind our families about what school districts do and do not do regarding immigration. Please see the message from our superintendent.
The first annual Ready for Robla event took place at Taylor Street School on Saturday, August 19, 2017. With housing and food instability impacting so many of our children, this event was designed to help our neediest children get ready to start school.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson toured on Tuesday an Expanded Learning Program at Robla Elementary School in Sacramento to oppose proposed federal cuts to these important programs.
Welcome to the new Robla School District web site! We are still putting all the O's and 1's in the correct order, so some pages may still not be ready. Feel free to take a look around and let us know what you think!