Roseville Area Schools
1251 County Road B2 W
Roseville, MN 55113
Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow."
School Boundary Information
Current District 623 News and Information
In the News - Students and Staff Recognition
- Human Rights Essay contest winners honored April 7. Read More
- Roseville Science Wiz, Aditi Das, to Compete in International Science Competition. Read More
- Kennedy Hill, Drew Herther, and Mitchell Morgan recently took top honors at a national screen-printing competition (SGIA). Read More
CTV recently featured the students who won the t-shirt competition. It's the first story after the intro from March 17th. Enjoy! http://www.ctvnorthsuburbs.org/index.php/programs/nsb.html
- Watch two videos about the construction of a Tracked Wheelchair in the RAHS Mechanical Engineering class. What amazing things kids can do! Video 1 - Video 2
Opportunities for Giving Back and Paying Forward
Please Consider Donating Items to the RAHS Food Shelf for Students
If you would like to donate items, please contact the RAHS Main Office. The Food Shelf needs donations of these Top Ten Requests:
- School Supplies Notebooks, pens & pencils, binders, folders
- Toothpaste & Toothbrushes
- Soap: Body Wash, Laundry Detergent
- Instant Noodles: Mama, Ramen
- Rice: Basmati, Jasmine
- Non-Perishable Meat: Canned Chicken, Tuna, Sardines
- Canned Fruit: Tropical Mixes, Guava, Mangoes
- Toiletries: Deodorant, Toilet Paper, Kleenex, Combs, Lotion, Diapers, Cleaning Products, Feminine Products
Thank you for helping in any way you can!
Local Opportunities for Giving
If you are looking for opportunities to share with families who are less fortunate, please consider supporting organizations in our local community. The demands placed on our food shelves are greater than ever and every little bit helps! Thank you.
Committees, Meetings, More
21st Century Community Learning Center Grant
Roseville Area Schools intends to submit a proposal in response to the 2012 Minnesota Department of Education Request for Proposals for the 21st Century Learning Center Grant.
The grant, according to the Minnesota Department of Education, “is made for the purpose of establishing, sustaining and/or enhancing high quality afterschool learning opportunities statewide as part of the 21st Century Community Learning Center Program. Applications selected for award will provide a wide range of high-quality enrichment opportunities designed to complement the regular academic program of participating youth during those times when school is not in session, including before school, after school, evenings, school release days, and summer.”
Please address any questions about Roseville Area Schools’ 21st Century Grant proposal to Karen Schaub, Director of Community Education & Public Relations, Roseville Area Schools (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Roseville Area Schools Planning for More Tutors in 2013-14
Roseville Area Schools is planning to add reading and math tutors to its staff next year, thanks to anticipated grants from Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps, initiatives of ServeMinnesota. Final word on grant funding is expected in late May.
These programs aim to help increase the number of children who are on track to read by the end of third grade and are algebra-ready by eighth. Corps tutors assist by providing critical one-on-one and small-group tutoring.
Both initiatives are looking for individuals interested in being trained as part-time or full-time tutors. Candidates should apply directly to the Reading or Math Corps. Those who are selected to serve in either Corps program make an 11-month commitment to an assigned school.
For more information on the programs and their tutor training, click on Minnesota Reading Corps (http://minnesotareadingcorps.org), Minnesota Math Corps (http://minnesotamathcorps.org), or ServeMinnesota (http://www.serveminnesota.org)
Board Meeting Schedule
|Board meetings are held at the District Center, 1251 County Road B2 West, Roseville, and generally begin at 6:30pm. Citizen comments are welcome and will be accepted at the beginning of each meeting. For additional information about the Board schedule, click on the School Board Quick Link to the right.|