School Security
Rich Young, President, Robbinsville Board of Education

First, I’d like to thank everyone who is here tonight as part of our continued effort to improve security in the Robbinsville School System.  As many of you know, all of us on the Board have children, spouses, friends and colleagues who spend a significant portion of their lives in our buildings.   Collectively, more than anything else, we want nothing more than to keep all of them safe.

School Security is a National Problem
As we’ve seen recent events unfold in far too many schools nationwide, these incidents send chills through all of us.   It has led us to ask over and over again, are we doing enough and can we do more?   The reality is that our district has taken great strides, many strong steps, not just this year, but over the past several years to increase the ways that our children, teachers and staff remain safe and secure. Read more...

: For the Love of Henry
Kathie Foster, Superintendent

 Everything I know I learned from dogs.
- Nora Roberts -

Recently, I had the good fortune of bringing home a two month old Australian Shepherd puppy named Henry.  Now, welcoming a new puppy into the family is certainly an exciting and joyful time. However, raising a puppy can be quite challenging and, between you and me, Henry is certainly giving me a run for my money!  That said I wouldn’t trade the world for the things he is teaching me.

Here are some of the lessons I am learning.

Live in the present moment.  This is a wonderful gift of dogs.  Henry only knows now.He doesn’t stress over what happened yesterday when Charlie, my other dog, tried to steal his bone; nor does he worry whether he will finally master the “stay” command. Unlike our anxious monkey minds that cause us to swing from tree to tree, Henry revels in the current moment. He doesn’t need to be reminded to breathe as he embraces his naturally present state of joy. Read more...


Call to Action

Welcome to Robbinsville Schools

Robbinsville Schools seeks to provide an outstanding educational program for students; one in which inquiry, discovery, and the love of learning are cultivated while students develop strong academic and interpersonal skills.  The faculty and staff in Robbinsville are committed to creating personalized learning experiences for all students where each is challenged to reach his/her full potential.  By following the best educational practices supported by active professional development, students in Robbinsville are offered an academic program consistent with its community’s demand for excellence.


We’re proud of the fact that 97% of our students graduate with college offers, having taken advantage of our state-of-the-art learning and athletic facilities, top-notch teaching staff, challenging course curriculum, and robust extracurricular life.


Fair Funding for Robbinsville
Our Funding Fight Continues!
On April 3, 2018, Superintendent Kathie Foster and members of the group Citizens for Fair Funding provided testimony before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee for increased state aid.
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Robbinsville Board of Education
If You See Something Say Something
In the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting, Board President Rich Young shared an important message with the Robbinsville Schools community.
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RBOE and REA Reach Settlement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Robbinsville Board of Education and the Robbinsville Educational Association (REA) Ratify Memorandum of Agreement for Successor Contract.
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