Distance learning began Monday, March 30, for all Roseville Area Schools. Click for more.
Distance learning began Monday, March 30, for all Roseville Area Schools. Click for more.

Governor Tim Walz has ordered that all schools to remain closed and distance learning began Monday, March 30. Distance learning will continue through at least May 4. All other activities and events are canceled through May 4. Information about your school's distance learning plan is available at isd623.org/covid19.


  • We are providing child care for elementary-age children of health care professionals, first responders, district educators and other emergency workers to ensure Minnesota’s first line of defense against COVID-19 can stay on the job. 
  • School meals are a vital source of nutrition for many students, and we are providing free meals to any child 18 and under during this school closure. 
  • Visit isd623.org/covid19 for details.

Summer Programs

Create Your Best Summer Ever

Summers are the perfect time for youth to explore new experiences and expand their horizons academically, personally, and socially. Roseville Area Schools Community Education offers a wide variety of summer programming for students. For more information on summer programming, contact Community Education registration at 651-604-3762.  

2020 Information Coming Soon! 

2019 Program Information

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Friendship Connection

Spend Your Summer With Friends

Friendship Connection is our school-age childcare program that provides care before and after school, on non-school days, and during the summer. During the summer months, Friendship Connection students have numerous field trips, camps, and clubs available to them.

Grades 1-8 Summer School

Spend Your Summer Learning

Our summer school program is designed to prepare students academically for the upcoming school year. The smaller class sizes in summer school give students a more personalized learning environment. Lessons are tailored to each child’s educational and social-emotional needs. Students work closely with their teachers in summer school to tackle specifics skills that will help them in the upcoming school year. Summer school is only available to invited students.

Summer school includes a number of activities:

  • Academic Learning: Time spent in classrooms building math, reading, technology, and lab skills.

  • Enrichment Activities: Hands-on learning and large-group activities that help build social, critical thinking skills, 
cooperation, and communication skills.

  • Fit Time: Students will participate in a variety of organized games and sports for all fitness levels.

High School Summer Academic Programs

Credit Make-Up 9th – 12th Grade

Credit make-up is available to any student who has failed a required course in English (language arts), math, science and social studies. Summer school classes are graded pass/fail only. Students can make up two credits in summer school. Contact your school counselor to register.

English Learners 9th – 12th Grade

The Roseville Area High School (RAHS) Summer English Learner (EL) program is designed to provide up to two credits of leveled EL instruction. Students will be recommended by their current EL teachers for the level most appropriate for them.  

Connections Program

The Connections Program is designed to help students who may be at risk of not meeting the challenge of transitioning from eighth to ninth grade. The program is for students entering ninth grade only. Upon successful completion, students will earn one elective credit per course. Students can take up to two courses. Final bridging courses offered will be determined by enrollment. Contact your school counselor to register.


RAHS students can reach out to their counselor to register for summer school. For students enrolled out of our district, please contact Mai Lor at 651-604-3559. Enrollment in the district for summer school is required.


June 17 – July 25 (no class July 1 – 5), Mondays through Thursdays .

Breakfast: 7:30 – 7:50 a.m.
Session 1: 7:50 – 10 a.m.
Lunch: 10 – 10:20 a.m.
Session 2: 10:25 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.

How do I earn credit during summer school? 

In order to earn credit in summer school, students need to be in class working on the activities/assignments. Being absent will hurt your opportunity to recover the credit needed or graduation. A tardy is defined as arriving late to class within the first 20 minutes. After the first 20 minutes the student is required to get a pass from the office. If a student misses more than 10 days of summer school, the student will not be eligible to earn credit in each class. The credit in a course is determined by amount of work done by the student. This work includes class discussions, daily assignments, projects and assessments. Classroom participation is also included in credit.


Limited transportation to summer school is provided by Roseville Area Schools. The bus pick-up and drop-off locations will be all district elementary schools and the middle school. Also there are limited stops at selected larger apartment complexes. View this document for bus stops.

Questions about Summer Learning Programs?

Contact the Roseville Adult Learning Center at 651-604-3559 or via fax at 651-604-3501.

Swimming Lessons

Dive In!

We offer a variety of swimming lessons for youth ages, from toddler and parent classes to Red Cross Swimming Lessons.  So, dive in! The water is always an enjoyable 86 degrees.

Band and Orchestra Camps

Make Your Summer Musical

Band and orchestra camps are offered for students entering grades 4-8 in the mornings during the months of July and August. Students receive a lesson every day, five days a week, for three weeks. In addition, students participate in music theory class, band/orchestra rehearsal, and a recreational period. Attendance is required the first week of camp. For more information, email Donna Andersen at donna.andersen@isd623.org or call 651-604-3762.

Band and orchestra camps are also available for high school students. These camps typically meet 2-4 days each week to accommodate older students' busy schedules.

Youth Enrichment Camps

Explore Your Interests

We offer classes for youth to pursue interests, expand abilities, and improve social skills in an informal, friendly atmosphere. Programming is offered for grades K-8 before school, after school, early evenings, non-school days, and weekends. Find opportunities in academics, technology, language, art, science, games, and drama along with fun field trips.