Making connections for Cooper students - past, present and future...
About Us: We are alumni who provide the channels for members of the Robbinsdale Cooper Senior High School community to connect with people, places, events, historical artifacts, learning and volunteering opportunities, that enrich the well-being of the individual and support Cooper's educational mission.
What's Happening Next
The District 281 School Lunch cookbook (1972 Edition), Hawks 1964 cap and Talons are available for purchase on this web site using a credit card. To save the transaction fee by using a check, order using email: firstname.lastname@example.org
January 22, 2018 RCAA Annual Meeting. Election of officers. All alumni welcomed. Location - Plymouht Library 6:00 pm.
A Short History
Our alma mater opened on September 7, 1964 as E. J. Cooper Senior High School. Independent School District 281 was the first Minneapolis suburban district to open a second high school - Cooper. The Class of 1982 was the last class to have diplomas from E. J. Cooper High School. Robbinsdale High School closed in 1982. Both E. J. Cooper and Neil Armstrong High Schools were renamed. "Robbinsdale" was added to both and "E. J." and "Neil" were dropped.
How to Help
The Robbinsdale Cooper Alumni Assocation is a not-for-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) status. Donations to the RCAA are tax deductible to the extent possible. Consult your tax advisor to determine deductiblity.
To make a donation to the Robbinsdale Cooper Alumni Association send a check to:
- Steve Root 2000 Archer Ln N Plymouth, MN 55447
Thank you to Randy Feld '80 for his services to the RCAA. Randy is a partner at the Boyum and Barenscheer CPA.
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