All Roseville Area Schools have shifted to distance learning through Friday, Jan. 28.
All Roseville Area Schools have shifted to distance learning through Friday, Jan. 28.

All Roseville Area Schools have shifted to distance learning due to staffing shortages.

Tuesday through Friday this week will be synchronous distance learning for all grades at all schools. Monday, Jan. 24 is a teacher workshop day for kindergarten through grade 8, and distance learning will continue through Friday, Jan. 28. In-person learning will resume on Monday, Jan. 31.



2022 - 2023 Roseville Area School Pre-K Program

The Pre-K Course Guide and registration forms will be available in February 2022.


2021 - 2022 Roseville Area Schools Pre-K Program

2021 - 2022 Pre-K course guide and registration forms are now available:

Pre-K registrations are now being accepted for the 2021-2022 school year. There is no online registration for Pre-K.

Registration forms for 2021-2022 can be submitted to:

Early Childhood Center at Parkview 
701 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113

Forms may also be faxed to 651-488-1697 or emailed to  If you have any additional questions, call 651-604-3578. Early Childhood Screening is required to participate in the Pre-K program but is not required to be completed before you register.

Click here to view a virtual tour of our Early Childhood Centers. 

Click here to view the 2021-22 Pre-K Information Presentation Slides. 

Click here to see the 2021-22 Pre-K Handbook.


The Building Blocks for Lifelong Success


In our preschool classes, your child will discover endless possibilities. Our stimulating learning environments foster growth socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually. Each day’s activities include music and movement, sensory exploration, story time, creative arts, dramatic play, math activities, outdoor play, circle time and literacy.

Roseville Area Schools Pre-K is a four star Parent Aware rated program. Our early childhood teachers use innovative, theme-based curriculum that includes individualized activities to help all children reach developmental and academic goals.

The new Pre-K centers are designed especially for young children, with bathrooms in the classroom, child-sized tables, chairs and equipment, and white boards that go all the way to the floor. 

  • A new Pre-K Center at 30 County Road B East in Maplewood (at Harambee Elementary) is now open!
  • A new Pre-K Center at the Aŋpétu Téča Education Center is now open!
  • Pre-K classes are also offered at the Early Childhood Center at Parkview Center School.

We offer a variety of classes for children ages 3 and 4 by September 1, 2021. Half-day, all-day, and dual-language classes are available at five sites to provide your child with the building blocks for school success! Financial assistance and scholarships may be available to qualifying families. The Financial Assistance Application should be completed and submitted with the registration form.


Accessing Interpreters and Translators


Contacting a cultural liaison

Most liaisons work from the Aŋpétu Téča Education Center and can be reached by school staff or parents at any time to discuss school-related matters. Contact information can be found at Staff Contacts.