Students in grades 1 through 4 at Little Canada Elementary watched Allianz and Climb Theater's production of Emma and the Cash Cow, a play to help children learn the basics of handling money ethically and responsibl.


Anna Zbacnik, the library media specialist at Brimhall Elementary, worked with two kindergarten students as they used the app Kodable to participate in a beginning-level coding activity. Students across Roseville Area Schools are participating in Hour of Code activities this week.


Fairview Alternative High School students participated in Brainstorm Theater, a collaboration between Minneapolis-based Z Puppets and Maplewood Parks & Recreation. The students use theater as a form of social justice to replay instances in their lives that were unfair or unjust and essentially rewrite the ending.


Congratulations to Roseville Area High School Assistant Principal Angie McGaster-Woods, who was named a recipient of the 2016 City of Roseville Human Rights Commission Award. Ms. Woods accepted her award at the November 28 Roseville City Council meeting with fellow staff and family in attendance.

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