Create

Amazing student artwork is on display in Roseville Area Schools' District Center on a rotating schedule. Right now, artwork by students from Edgerton Elementary and Emmet D. Williams Elementary is featured. Stop by and check it out!

Present

Amy Dahlin, a RAHS English teacher, presented at the AVID National Conference in Orlando December 8-9. Her presentation focused on growing an AP program by providing differentiation and support to students who are new to rigorous coursework.

Code

It was a wonderful week across Roseville Area Schools as staff and students celebrated the Hour of Code, which introduces students to the field of computer science. From BeeBots, Kodable, and visiting engineers from Abbott Laboratories to programming with buddies and using Ozobots, students learned not only that they can code but also what coding might mean for them in the future.

Donate

The Roseville Rotary has contributed a total of $68,000 to the Central Park SPARK Lab. "This grant absolutely opened the door for doing things differently at Central Park," says Central Park Principal Becky Berkas. "Engineering, design/re-design/innovation, 3D printing, coding, and collaboration have all become a part of who we are at Central Park."

Celebrate

In honor of reaching the school goal of 400 Monarch Medallions, Harambee students celebrated with a schoolwide assembly featuring Rich Wieber's Bicycle Stunt Show. Classes earn Medallions when they demonstrate school expectations. What an energizing and exciting way to acknowledge positive behavior and teamwork!

Meet

Eric Kendricks, a middle linebacker for the Minnesota Vikings, visited Central Park Elementary through his partnership with Sheridan Story. Sheridan Story provides weekend food for more than 70 Central Park families and four local faith communities help distribute the food each Friday. During his visit, Kendricks had students sign his game shoes, which he will wear for this Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons.

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Superintendent's Message

Bond Referendum Passed

I am pleased to report the bond referendum has PASSED! I am proud to live and work in a community that is committed to providing high-quality facilities for its students.

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