Parkview Center and Central Park students had the tremendous opportunity to hear an inspiring presentation by New York Times best-selling author Jason Reynolds. Reynolds, who was first drawn to reading and writing through rap music, writes young adult and middle-grade novels, including Ghost, a National Book Award Finalist for Young People's Literature. Among his many goals, Reynolds says he wants to write books about topics that didn't exist when he was growing up.


Roseville Area High School students participated in the first-ever Minnesota Digital Analytics competition and were named runners up! During the competition, students were given a large data set about video game sales to analyze. According to advisor Travis Birklid, "the competition is really about solving a puzzle, finding patterns in data that may not be obvious, and being able to 'tell a story' about the data."


Twelve RAHS students competed in the Minnesota State Speech Tournament, where the state’s top speakers compete for a championship title in one of 13 events. We are proud to announce that RAHS earned two of those championship titles: junior Jason Sobieck is the state champion of Serious Interpretation of Prose and juniors Kellin Robinson and Vakare Bartkaitis are the state champions of Duo Interpretation. Congratulations!


Fairview Alternative High School is asking you to "be a part of the change" by donating blood on Wednesday, May 2. The FAHS blood drive will take place at Fairview Community Center (1910 County Road B West in Roseville) in the EDC Great Room from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit and enter "FAHS".


The Roseville Area High School Student Council is hosting its annual Senior Dance for older adults on Sunday, May 6 from 2-4 p.m. in the RAHS cafeteria. Admission and refreshments are free and participants will enjoy dancing to the sounds of the Bob Hallquist Band. Grab a friend and join in the fun!

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