At the end of each school year, Roseville Area Schools graduates return to their elementary schools where they are celebrated by their former teachers and current students. It is a powerful moment for all, as the graduates reflect on where they came from, the young students look toward their future, and educators congratulate their former students one last time. These seniors walked through the halls of Parkview Center School this afternoon.


Students at Little Canada were sad to lose several trees as part of the building reconstruction, and they asked Mr. Estrada if they could do something about it. Together, they worked with the contractor to locate a tree that was going to be cut down from a different site. It was donated to the school and transplanted with the help of students this week, who learned that they can make an impact by giving a voice to the voiceless -- in this case, to the trees.


Are you interested in our budget development process? Join us Tuesday, May 28, at 6 p.m. for an overview of the budget at our annual General Fund Budget Hearing at the District Center, 1251 County Road B2 West in Roseville.


Kendra Huff, a RAHS 11th-grader, won the DECA national championship in the Start-up Business Plan category, part of the Entrepreneurship Career Cluster. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Look out, business world!


Roseville Area Schools is looking for teachers and paraprofessionals to work in the Extended School Year (ESY) Program. Dates of programming are Monday - Thursday from June 24 - July 25 (no programming the week of July 4). Orientation will be June 19 and/or June 20. If you have questions, please email

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