Monthly Archives: October 2021

Six Athletes and Coaches Inducted Into the 2021 Roseville Raider Hall of Fame

October 28, 2021
On October 8, five alumni and a former coach of our district were inducted into the 2021 Roseville Raider Hall of Fame, where they were congratulated by Superintendent Jenny Loeck and RAHS Principal Chris Hester. The Hall of Fame program recognizes and pays tribute to former athletes, former coaches and community members who have displayed outstanding athletic abilities or have made exceptional contributions to our school district's athletic programs. 
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RAMS Fall Conferences

October 19, 2021
RAMS Conferences will be held on: - Thursday, October 28 from 3:30pm to 8:00pm and - Monday, November 1 from 3:30pm to 8:00pm.  These conferences will take place either in-person or on Zoom, by appointment only through Sign-Up Genius. 
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CP Title I Schoolwide Improvement Plan & Annual Meeting

October 14, 2021
Central Park is a Title I School. We receive additional funding to help support our Schoolwide Improvement Plan. Here is the presentation from the Title One Annual Meeting on September 30. If you have questions about Title One, our School Improvement Plan, or our Parent and Family Engagement Plan, please connect with Becky Berkas, Principal, or Berri Reiser, Title One Lead Teacher. If you would like a copy of any of these, they are available in the Central Park office.
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Message to Families About the Death of Principal Brian Koland

October 11, 2021
It is with a heavy heart that I share with you tragic news about the unexpected death of a member of our school community, Principal Brian Koland. Our thoughts and hearts go out to Principal Koland’s family and to all who knew and loved him.
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COVID-19 Home Test Kits for Students Now Available

October 7, 2021
BinaxNOW COVID-19 home test kits for students are available for you to take home! Learn how you can request one kit per student from your school.
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CP Important Update for UNITY Families

October 1, 2021
As you may know, many districts across the country are experiencing a shortage of bus drivers. While Roseville Area Schools has not felt the impact of this as heavily as other districts, at this time we are experiencing a shortage of drivers for some of our Unity Center after school programs. While we had hoped to begin to offer bus transportation on Tuesday, October 5 for after school Unity Center, there will not be enough drivers by that date. Our transportation partner will continue to hire drivers, and we will notify students and families when transportation will be offered for Unity Center. We are so sorry that we will not have transportation access as early as planned, and we will continue to work towards solutions so transportation can be offered as soon as possible. Unity Center will stay open for any students attending who are picked up by their family.
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