ROBINSON TWP. – Footballs soared through the air on Friday afternoon.
Robinson Elementary School students participated in a Fuel Up to Play 60 kick off event on Friday.
Robinson Elementary School staff and students started the 2017-18 school year on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
Third-grader Makayla Theile said Step into My Shoes opened her eyes. “It’s really hard,” she said.
Robinson Elementary School third- and fourth-graders participated in a disability awareness program called Step into My Shoes.
On Friday, Robinson Elementary School kicked off this year's Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
Robinson Elementary School fourth-grader Maya Deaton used her 9th birthday party as a way to collect items for other children who might not have them.
The 2016-17 school year kicked off on Tuesday.
ROBINSON TWP. — Deputy Ryan DeVries received a surprise Friday morning from kindergartners at Robinson Elementary School.
ROBINSON TWP. — Robinson Elementary School students jumped through tires, kicked soccer balls and participated in other active games on Friday to culminate Health Week at the school.
Throughout the Health Week, Robinson Elementary School students have focused on healthy habits. On Friday, students participated in a boot camp.
One by one, each student hopping aboard the school bus grabbed a book from their backpack, and before the bus took off, many of them were already settled in and concentrating on the books in their hands.
ROBINSON TWP. — Robinson Elementary School students and staff celebrated reading and writing during the school’s Young Authors event on Friday, sharing books they wrote in their classes and hearing from various authors.
ROBINSON TWP. — The staff and students at Robinson Elementary School are putting a bigger focus on healthy habits and physical activity with the help of a state grant.