On May 17, Roseville Area High School celebrated student achievement during Roseville Area Community Scholarship Night. • 52 students • $76,000 in scholarships • 29 generous local organizations • Thank you to the local donors who believe strongly in the education our students are receiving and are backing it up with support for their future!


On May 10, Roseville Area Middle School had their end-of-year AVID Family night. Students, families, and staff celebrated by having pizza as well as playing board games and family BINGO. AVID is a college readiness system that is taught school-wide.


Ira Sanders, a social studies teacher at Roseville Area High School, is the subject of a short firm, "Ira," that premiered in New York last October. The film is scheduled for a May 21 screening at the Riverview Theater in Minneapolis. The film documents Sanders' experience as a commodities trader at the World Trade Center for 15 years before September 11, 2001, and his path to becoming an educator, which he described as a lifelong goal.


Congratulations to the Nutrition Services staff at Edgerton Elementary School! They were the recipients of the first-ever Minnesota School Nutrition Association's Hero Site Award. The award showcases excellence teamwork, creativity, and customer service. According to the Edgerton team, their goal is always to be “the fun kitchen where students want to be!”


The Central Park Elementary School Student Council hosted a food drive to support the Roseville Area High School food shelf. Families and staff members were asked to donate high-need items such as peanut butter, pasta, cereal, body wash, and shampoo. At the end of the food drive, a group of 5th grade students delivered the items to the high school. Thank you, Central Park students, families & staff!

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