Students and staff from RAMS and RAHS welcomed educators from across the state of Minnesota to their AVID Showcase. AVID Showcases provide an opportunity for educators to see an AVID implementation, share best practices, and learn more about AVID hands-on. The Showcase experience includes AVID class observations and a chance to speak with experienced AVID teachers, administrators, and students.


On January 8, the RAHS symphonic band, under the direction of Matt Dehnel, visited four Roseville elementary schools for performances and side-by-side experiences with the elementary students. Band students at Parkview, Central Park, Little Canada, and Falcon Heights had opportunities to listen to the symphonic band perform, ask the older students questions, and play alongside the high school students.


A grant from the Roseville Area Schools Foundation and additional donations from families have made it possible for Brimhall Elementary School to start a Catan Club. According to Renee Marek, a 6th grade teacher at Brimhall, Settlers of Catan is a board game designed to teach strategy and negotiation skills as players "settle" the isle of Catan. Currently, 40 students in grades 5 and 6 participate in Catan Club one day each week before school.


Six Roseville Area High School students who are participating in the Leaders in Training (LIT) program attended the YMCA’s Youth in Government conference this year. The Minnesota YMCA Youth in Government conference is a youth-led, experiential learning opportunity that involves 2,500 middle school and high school students each year. Across the country, almost 25,000 students attend state Youth in Government conferences each year.


Harambee Elementary School received an amazing donation from the school's neighbor, Joe’s Sporting Goods. Joe and his son came to the school with four overflowing bags of hats, gloves, and winter socks for Harambee families as well as gift cards for the school's silent auction. The money the school raises during its annual Holiday Silent Auction is used to purchase Walmart or Target gift cards to support families in need.

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  • PCS Teachers Start After-School STEM Club

    Five staff members at Parkview Center School started an after-school STEM club through TOPS, which provides students with additional math and reading support.


    On December 10, students, staff, community members, and local elected officials gathered at Central Park Elementary to celebrate the start of the school's upcoming construction and renovation projects.

  • Little Canada Students Enjoy Book Party

    Little Canada Elementary School students in grades 5 and 6 had the opportunity to participate in a Keeper of the Lost Cities Party celebrating the popular book series by Shannon Messenger.

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