This week 5th grade students at Central Park Elementary School worked together to create stop-motion videos in the school's SPARK Lab. In the lab, students are taught how to use high-tech equipment, including 3D printers and scanners, iPads and Chromebooks, and robotics, and low-tech “makerspace”-type materials.


Roseville Area High School AVID students attended a multicultural open house at the University of Minnesota. Students were invited to participate in an opening ceremony, two sessions in programs/majors of their choice, lunch at Coffman Union, a student panel, and a tour of cultural student group spaces.


At Roseville Area Middle School, 7th grade students are each receiving an iPad that they will be able to use throughout the school year. By providing equitable access to educational technology through the 1:1 iPad Initiative for students in grades 7-12, the district hopes to increase student engagement, accelerate learning, reduce achievement gaps, and many more benefits.


Students at Harambee Elementary School had the opportunity to meet Michael Hall, who wrote and illustrated books such as Wonderfall, Frankencrayon, and My Heart is Like a Zoo.

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District News

Partnering for the Future

Roseville Area Schools is creating partnerships with individuals and organizations to build a stronger, healthier, more engaged community through mentoring, reading with students, and creating career connections.

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District Launches Facilities Planning Process

Roseville Area Schools is undertaking a major facilities planning process with a goal of identifying ideas on how to best use our facilities to meet the needs of our students, staff, and the communities we serve. Click here to read more.

Need To Enroll A Student?

If you have questions about enrollment for Roseville Schools, please contact the Central Enrollment Office or call 651-635-1626.  Additional enrollment information

  • Unity Centers

    Posted: Sep 23, 2016

    Roseville Area Schools has three Unity Centers.  Each is designed to help students meet or exceed standards in core academic subjects. For more information, please visit the Unity Centers webpage.

  • Information on Free/Reduced Meal Applications

    Posted: Aug 8, 2016

    Meal pricing will NOT be changing for the third year in a row. Reminder: To find out if you are eligible for free/reduced meals, click here. Families need to reapply for free/reduced meals every school year.

  • 1:1 iPad Technology Contract & Insurance for Grades 7-10

    Posted: Aug 4, 2016

    If your child will be in 7th, 8th, 9th, or 10th grade for the 2016-17 school year, he/she will be issued a school iPad for academic use. In order for students to receive district-issued iPads, families should complete a digital contract as soon as possible. Please complete the contract by linking to the following website: This site will also contain all information related to the 1:1 program including goals, policies, behavior expectations, and more.  Thank you!

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year

It is exciting and motivating for staff in Roseville Area Schools to think of our wonderful students returning soon.

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