In honor of Minnesota School Board Recognition Week, we want to say "thank you" to the members of the Roseville School Board for their hard work and dedication to Roseville Area Schools and for their commitment to providing a quality education for all of our students.


RAHS students Elizabeth Kiresuk and Nicole Murray (pictured with coach Tony Reding) competed in the state alpine ski meet this week. The girls posted strong performances with Elizabeth coming in 5th and Nicole coming in 61st. Way to go, Raiders! (Credit: Theresa Murray)


In honor of National Alternative Education Week, students and staff at Fairview Alternative High School participated in service projects, fun activities, dress-up days, and more. According to FAHS Principal Laura Freer, the week celebrates students who have made a commitment to their education and staff who have made a choice to work in alternative education.


Congratulations to Roseville Area High School seniors Heather Knutson and Charles Park, who were named National Merit finalists. Both students, who are among 15,000 finalists nationwide, are eligible for a number of scholarships based on their academic performance.


Edgerton Elementary School hosted a group of 25 Chinese school leaders from the Guandong Province Education Bureau. The educators, who will be learning from both University of Minnesota faculty and K-12 school staff, focused on learning about professional development during their time at Edgerton.


Roseville Area High School juniors who participate in the AVID program had the opportunity to visit the University of Wisconsin-River Falls thanks to a Target Corp. field trip grant.

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  • Welcome 2017 Kindergarten Class

    Kindergarten Registration Night - Thursday, February 23 at 6:00 p.m. at district elementary schools and Monday, March 13 at 6:00 p.m. for Harambee Elementary.

  • Public Invited to March 15 Facilities Meeting

    The district is hosting a March 15 community meeting (6:30 p.m. at the Roseville Area High School auditorium) to give community members the chance to provide input on the Options Committee's recommendations for district facilities before the recommendations are finalized.

  • Raider Clothing & Gear For Sale

    We are happy to report that two businesses on Rice Street in Little Canada are currently selling a variety of Raider items.  We thank them for this new partnership and community support!  And thanks for showing your Raider Pride!

  • Enrollment Lotteries

    The lottery has closed for the 2017-2018 school year. Lottery information for the 2018-2019 school year will be available November 1, 2017.

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