Paying It Forward or Giving Back
No matter your reason for wanting to volunteer, Roseville Area Schools has numerous ways in which you can become involved in our schools. For instance, you could help with classroom activities, tutor or mentor a child, donate materials or funds to support our backpack, clothing, and food shelf efforts, chaperone a school event or field trip, participate in PTA, or serve on a school or district committee to name just a few.
Contact your child's school for information on volunteer opportunities available. If you want to volunteer in other ways, please contact the Office of the Superintendent at 651-628-6452.
Roseville Area Schools Foundation
Another way to get involved is through the Roseville Area Schools Foundation, which is led by an all-volunteer board. The foundation often seeks volunteers to help in a variety of ways, from serving on a foundation committee, to helping plan and staff an event, to simply spread the word about the organization and its efforts.
District committees play important roles in supporting the district's mission and vision. Committees rely on volunteers from the community. If you are interested in serving on one or more of these committees, or would like more information, please contact your school office or the District Center at 651-635-1600.
Adult Learning Center Advisory Council. This committee meets quarterly as an advisory group for the Adult Learning Center. Membership includes staff, students from the Adult Learning Center, and members of the business community.
Community Education Advisory Council. This committee provides guidance on all aspects of community education programs. Members include parents, students, staff, community members, community education representatives, a school board member, and district administrators.
District Curriculum Advisory Committee. The District Curriculum Advisory Committee (DCAC) reviews curriculum and assessment issues, providing feedback to the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning. The council consists mostly of parents, as well as teachers and administrators.
Early Childhood Family Education-School Readiness Advisory Council. This committee offers advice and counsel to the Early Childhood and Family Education (ECFE) and School Readiness programs. Committee membership includes parents, the ECFE manager, and a school board member.
Equity and Integration Advisory Council. This council advocates for the implementation of the district's Equity and Integration Plan. For more information, please contact Dr. Juanita Hoskins, Equity and Integration Director, at 651-604-3748.
Friendship Connection Advisory Council. This committee meets in an advisory capacity to discuss issues and activities for Friendship Connection. Committee membership includes parent representatives from each of the Friendship Connection sites and the Friendship Connection manager and meets six times a year from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Fairview Community Center.
Gifted/Talented Advisory Council. This council offers advice and counsel to the Gifted/Talented Program. Members include parents, teachers, administrators, and the Gifted/Talented Coordinator. For more information, please contact Trina Hira, Coordinator of Gifted and Talented Program at 651-604-3739.
Roseville Area Senior Program (RASP) Advisory Council. This council advises and assists the program coordinator and Community Education director in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating RASP. Members are recommended to serve a two-year term on this council. If you are interested in joining this advisory council, please contact Janell B. Wampler, RASP Program Coordinator, at 651-604-3522.
Scholarship Committee. This committee recommends PTA Scholarship recipients. Members include a district administrator, staff members, and representatives from each PTA. For more information, contact Marilyn Auge at 651-635-1611.
Special Education Advisory Council. As required by Minnesota Statute, the Special Education Advisory Council advises district administration on matters related to the education of students with disabilities. Parent members represent various categories of disability, grade levels, and facilities across the district.