Thanks to a Roseville Schools Foundation grant, Central Park Elementary School hosted Minnesota-native author, songwriter, and musician Douglas Wood. Wood has been called Minnesota’s “renaissance man” — author, artist, musician, naturalist, wilderness guide. He has almost 2.5 million copies of books in print, including the classics Old Turtle and Grandad’s Prayers of the Earth.


Members of the Roseville Area High School boys & girls hockey teams skated with students from Little Canada Elementary School's DAPE (Developmental Adapted Physical Education) class at the Roseville Oval.


From Little Canada Elementary School: Students in Mrs. Skogstad's 3rd grade class participate in team-building activities (like this marshmallow toothpick tower challenge) to learn how to work together.


Members of the Roseville Area High School Muslim Student Association visited the Minnesota State Capitol and had the opportunity to meet with Rep. Alice Hausman, take a brief tour, and sit in on a committee session. The students are pictured with RAHS teacher Gregg Martinson, one of the staff members who escorted them on the visit.


Don't miss the Collaborative Monster Creations Art Show at the Roseville Public Library! The exhibit features "before" drawings of monsters by Central Park Elementary students transformed into "after" drawings by Roseville Area High Schools students using skills they learned at the high school level.

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  • Sixth Grade Registration at RAMS

    Registration for families with incoming grade 6 students is Monday, January 23 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Roseville Area Middle School. There will be two formal presentations in the RAMS Theater at 5:30 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

    • Options Committee Starts Facilities Work

      Community members, staff members, parents, and students who are participating on the district's Options Committee met on January 18 to start their work. This is the next step in the district's long-range facilities planning process. This committee will develop options to address the facility challenges identified by the Criteria Committees. 

    • 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 Lottery Now Open

      Lotteries applications for four Roseville Area Schools (Parkview Center, Dual Language Immersion, Harambee, and SPARK Program) are now open.

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