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.


Twenty-six 11th grade AVID students attended a job shadow for marketing and product development at General Mills. As part of the experience, the students worked in teams to create new snack mixes, identify target consumers, position the new products among the competition, craft campaign ideas, and come up with media plans.


It was a wonderful start to a Wednesday as students, staff, community members, firefighters, police officers, and paramedics in Little Canada celebrated Bike and Walk to School Day. Participants gathered in Pioneer Park and safely walked to Little Canada Elementary School. A similar event took place at Falcon Heights Elementary.


Thanks to a grant from the Parkview Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) students in Jenny Eckman’s and Holly Fjerstad’s classes now have access to updated listen-to-reading stations they can use daily. The teachers replaced the old cassette tape system with an iPod-based system that is more reliable and user friendly.

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Growing Student Enrollment

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

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