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                ABOUT US






The Robbinsdale Area Schools District 281 Early Childhood Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is proud to sponsor our third annual Community Golf Classic. This event is part of our efforts to foster community, raise awareness of Early Childhood programs through Robbinsdale Area Schools. All proceeds go to our Early Childhood Scholarship Fund, school supplies and other materials that support the classroom experience.


Sunday, June 11th 2023  •  9am-12pm

New Hope Village Golf Course

8130 Bass Lake Rd, New Hope, MN 55428

About the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)

PAC is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization. Its members (parents/caregivers/teachers and staff) work collaboratively to provide both feedback and support to the program. Our goal is to establish and maintain a high quality, results-oriented program for all participants. PAC’s main purpose is to:

·         Assist in supporting the early childhood programs

·         Serve as a staff resource

·         Share feedback from parents/caregivers

·         Create a space for new ideas

·         Advocate in our community

·         Raise money for scholarships and classroom supplies

·         Plan and host fundraising and community events

For more information, or to become involved, please contact PAC at Or click on the social media tabs below!

About Robbinsdale Area Schools District 281 Early Learning Programs

Early Childhood classes are designed to strengthen families and support children’s healthy growth and development. Early Childhood programs provide services, classes and support for families with children from birth through pre-kindergarten. Their licensed teachers work to boost parenting skills and parental confidence; and help young children develop their physical, language, cognitive and social potential. Early Learning programs offer positive guidance, help with eating and sleeping habits, your child’s development and many other aspects of your relationship with your child(ren).


Class may include:

  • Activities where parents/caregivers and children learn together

  • Time for children to learn and interact with one another

  • Parent/Caregiver education time with a licensed parent educator

  • Opportunities to connect with other parents/caregivers with children of similar age and within same geographic areas


Some classes may be tuition based on a sliding fee scale with payment plans and fee assistance available upon request. Most classes offer child care for siblings three months through five years of age who are not enrolled in class. For more information, visit

or call New Hope Learning Center office at 763-504-4170.



Wish you could help, but don't want to golf?

Interested in helping but do not wish to golf? Feel free to stop by event to view or purchase Early Learning merchandise or visit the DONATE button below!!




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