Congratulations to Harambee 4th grade students Precious, Rinoa, Jack, and Sonia for earning top prizes in the "Journey to the Falls" art contest! This art contest was connected to the National Park Service riverboat field trip that Harambee students recently attended.


Congratulations to Sruthi, Sebastian, and Audrey from Parkview Center School for placing 3rd in Junior Group Documentary at the National History Day Contest at the University of Maryland June 11-15. Their documentary is titled, "Planting Seeds to End World Hunger: Norman Borlaug’s Fight Against Famine."


During Teacher Appreciation Week, students at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire had the opportunity to choose a teacher that made a difference in their lives. Roseville Area High School grad and AVID participant Felicia Som chose RAHS math teacher Joe Bue. Congratulations on making a difference, Mr. Bue!


Students in Little Canada Elementary's 1st grade Dual Language Immersion (DLI) program enjoyed visits from a number of "mystery readers" this year! Parents signed up, sent in clues about themselves, and ceremoniously knocked on the classroom door at their scheduled times. Readers brought favorite books from home or chose a book from the classroom library.


Members of the Roseville Area High School Odyssey Men’s Adventure Club prepared for an overnight trip to Wild River State Park in Center City. Odyssey is an extracurricular program for male students at RAHS that facilitates adventure and learning in the outdoors along with the development of ecological, academic, and social-emotional intelligences.

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Roseville Area Schools’ student enrollment has been growing — and is projected to continue to grow over the next 10 years.

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