In honor of World Down Syndrome Day, Parkview Center School 4th grade student Natalie Ryan dyed blue and yellow socks for her whole class. Natalie chose these colors because they are the colors represented on the Down Syndrome Awareness Ribbon. She wanted to ensure that her classmates with Down Syndrome know they are supported and cared about.


WCCO TV surprised Roseville Area High School band director Pat Moriarty with a camera crew and an Excellent Educator award! Moriarty has taught in Roseville Area Schools for 26 years, 22 of them at RAHS, and is retiring this spring. His music colleagues appreciate the dignified manner in which he led the music department for many years. He will be missed!


Over President's Day, five RAHS students competed in the Harvard Speech & Debate Tournament along with 5,000 other students from across the country. RAHS is proud to announce that in addition to three students placing in the top 48 or 24, senior Kellin Robinson earned CHAMPION in Program Oral Interpretation out of the 234 students competing in that category. In fact, Robinson won every single round he competed in over the course of three days. Congratulations!


Kindergarten students from Brimhall Elementary School took part in the school's 15-year annual tradition where they painted their own portraits. The portraits will be displayed as part of a large mural in the school through the students' 6th grade year. When the students leave after 6th grade, they get to take their self portrait with them.


Students from Central Park Elementary paired up with “reading buddies” and welcomed guest readers at the school's annual Read Around the Park event. School board members, district administrators, and community members read books with a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) focus to the students. “The inspiration is to have fun around books while building community with our buddies,” explains Central Park Principal Becky Berkas.

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