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Community members are making a difference in our students' lives by donating to the Roseville Area Schools Foundation.
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A group of girls at Roseville Area High School are learning leadership skills while exploring new opportunities.
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Roseville Area Schools is committed to equity for all students. That’s why, starting this year, teachers in our district will be going deeper with their cultural competency.
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RAHS Senior Sarah Webb has been named a National Merit Scholar Semifinalist.
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One of the district's greatest resources is its dedicated and talented staff. They gathered on Tuesday, August 26, for the annual Back-to-School workshop and a celebration of the new school year.

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District News

RAHS Cited Among Top Schools Making "Gap" Strides

The St. Paul Pioneer Press (10/12/14) cited Roseville Area High School as one of 10 area schools making strides in narrowing the achievement gap.  Pointing to reading proficiency gains for our Hispanic students and math gains for both Black and Hispanic students, the paper commended the school's progress.

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28th Annual 623 Walk Run

Saturday, Nov. 8
9:00 a.m.

Superintendent's Message

"Real success is helping others succeed."

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Roseville Area Schools Launches New Website

As you can see, we’ve launched the new District 623 website.  Besides a redesigned look, the site has a new navigation system with tabs to help locate key information quickly, expanded news and events, photo slide shows, and a mobile-adaptive design. Take a look around, and let us know what you think.

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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:

  • Toiletries: tooth paste, brushes, floss, hairbrushes, deodorant, toilet paper, shampoo, laundry detergent, tissues, etc.
  • Staples: crackers, condiments, flour, sugar, syrup, jam, honey, cooking oils, tea, etc.
  • Culture Specific Foods: dried red, black, or pinto beans; white, basmati, jasmine, or yellow kohuho rice; lentils; corn meal; noodles; chili sauce sardines; etc.
  • Easy to Make Breakfast and Lunch Food: Total cereal, Cheerios, other whole grain cereals; baking mixes; concentrated juices - canned or boxed; dried or canned fruit or vegetables; macaroni and cheese; boxed dinners - tuna, chicken, hamburger helper; pasta; rice; instant potatoes; peanut butter; etc.

Thank you for helping in any way you can!