Transition

The school board has approved a plan for a staged transition from distance learning to blended learning in Roseville Area Schools. Click MORE INFO to see the plan and learn more.

Serve

We are offering meals at no cost to all children 18 and under! We do not require student identification. Students will receive boxes containing five days of breakfasts, lunches and snacks. Families can sign up now to have meals delivered to homes starting next week.

Donate

The district is currently accepting donations of school supplies for all schools. Due to ongoing construction and COVID-19, donations should be dropped off at the District Center, 1251 County Road B2 West, in Roseville. Follow the link for a list of what is needed!

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News & Events

  • Childcare Options for Families During Distance Learning

    The district will provide School Day Care and Friendship Connection during distance learning for elementary students through 12 years old and registered prekindergarten students who are 4 years old and are one year before kindergarten. Childcare will be available as space and staffing allows. Registration is required for all care options. Visit our Child Care/Friendship Connection page for more details or click "Read More." 

  • Meal Pick Up Sites and Home Delivery

    Starting September 14, five days' worth of breakfast, lunch and snacks will be available for pick up at one of several school sites. If you are unable to pick up meals, please complete the Home Meal Delivery Survey to request home-delivered meals for your students during distance learning. Meals will be delivered once a week. Read on for more information about meal pick up sites.

  • Does your family need Internet access?/ Su familia necesita acceso al internet en casa?

    Does your family need Internet access at home? If so, free or low-cost options are available depending on where you live.

  • Update on School Resource Officers at RAHS and RAMS

    This summer, more than 200 people participated in our four-part series of Community Conversations on Wellness and Supportive Roseville Area Schools. The series was held in the wake of the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Floyd's tragic killing spurred conversations about the historical trauma inflicted by society and police on people of color, especially African Americans, and renewed debates about the role of police officers in schools, including in our district.

  • Panel discussion between RAHS administration and students on SROs

    As part of our four-part series of community conversations in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, Kevin Lindsey of the Minnesota Humanities Center moderated a panel discussion with Principal Hester, Assistant Principal McGaster-Woods and two RAHS students about school resource officers.

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