Reopen

Elementary students will begin a phased transition to in-person learning four days per week beginning Jan. 26. Read more about the details of our plan!

Inform

Have you visited our district's COVID-19 Dashboard? Find the latest important data points that we are using to inform our decision making around learning models for our students, collected together in one easy place!

Learn

Do you have a child entering kindergarten in fall 2021? If you missed our Virtual Kindergarten Information Night, we have the presentation and videos about our programs on our kindergarten info page!

Serve

Visit our Nutrition Services page for the latest information about accessing nutritious meals at no cost to families during the global pandemic.

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News & Events

  • A Message from Superintendent Sicoli on the Attack on the U.S. Capitol

    Superintendent Sicoli sent a statement to staff and families about this week's insurgent attack on the U.S. Capitol during a joint session of Congress. The message, available below, includes resources for talking with young people about the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, racism, and ending white supremacy.

  • Staged Reopening of Schools for Early Learning and Elementary Grades Starting Jan. 26

    Elementary students will begin a phased transition to in-person learning four days per week beginning Jan. 26, attending in-person Monday through Thursday with an asynchronous learning day from home on Fridays. After spring break, we will transition elementary grades to five-days a week in person, with the length of the school day reduced by 30 minutes to allow for teacher planning. Click to read details of our plan.

  • Governor announces changes to state's Safe Learning Plan, allowing elementary schools and early learning programs to open in January

    On Dec. 16, Governor Walz announced changes to the state’s Safe Learning Plan for the 2020-21 School Year that would allow us to begin bringing our youngest students back to school for blended or in-person learning starting as soon as January 19. We are hopeful that we can make the necessary adjustments to begin a transition in January, but will continue to monitor health and safety conditions that might interfere with this timeline.

  • Pausing the Transition to Blended Learning and Shifting Back to Distance Learning

    We are pausing next week's transition to blended learning for students in fourth, fifth and sixth grade, and will transition students in ECSE, pre-K, and kindergarten, first, second and third grade to full-time distance learning beginning Monday, November 16. Any students receiving in-person special education and English language development services will receive all services remotely beginning November 16. The planned transition of students in grades seven through 12 to blended learning at the start of Trimester 2 is increasingly in doubt, but not yet off the table. 

  • Update on School Resource Officers at RAHS and RAMS

    This summer, more than 200 people participated in our four-part series of Community Conversations on Wellness and Supportive Roseville Area Schools. The series was held in the wake of the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Floyd's tragic killing spurred conversations about the historical trauma inflicted by society and police on people of color, especially African Americans, and renewed debates about the role of police officers in schools, including in our district.

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