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.

Read more at https://www.isd623.org/news/archive/202201/school-board-approves-emergency-shift-distance-learning-address-staff-shortages

1:1 iPad Program

If you have questions about how to login to Schoology, ParentVue, SmartSchoolK12 or other applications visit: www.isd623.org/familytechresources

1:1 iPad Program Resources 

Click here for information on iPad insurance and the 1:1 iPad Program Family & Student Guide.
Click here for family resources on managing iPads at home, digital safety, and more.

The Role of Technology

Technology clearly plays a significant role in our lives and the lives of our students. Educationally, technology and digital tools can be advantageous for accessing, processing, and producing content as well as enhancing instruction in the classroom. Technology also allows students to collaborate in ways that were not previously possible, and the integration of digital tools helps to ensure that students develop skills necessary to be successful in today’s world. Those skills are not only transferable between content areas, but also applicable to future academic and job-related tasks.

"1:1" refers to one device for each student. Roseville Area School students in grades 6-12 are a part of the 1:1 iPad Program and are each issued an iPad for use during the school year.  By providing equitable access to educational technology, we have already noted many benefits including the following: increased organization, flexible submission of work, more frequent communication between teachers, students, and families, access to current resources, seamless collaboration, differentiated learning experiences, and more.

1:1 iPad Program Goals

  • Increase access and equity to reduce race-based opportunity gap
  • Improve 21st century skills
  • Provide immediate communication and feedback
  • Encourage collaboration and increase engagement
  • Inspire creativity and innovation
  • Promote rigorous, individualized Instruction

Why iPads?

  • Portable
  • Personalized
  • Cloud Storage
  • Protective Cases
  • Annotation
  • Apps and eBooks
  • Battery Life
  • Accessibility Features
  • Location Services

Receiving iPads

iPads will be issued to all 6th through 12th grade students in the fall. Families must review the iPad expectations with their student and purchase optional iPad insurance each year. More information is available here.

Returning iPads

Students who leave Roseville Area Schools during the school year must return the iPad and all district-issued accessories to the media center helpdesk before leaving or the family will be charged for the full replacement value of anything that is not returned. If the iPad is not returned and the value is not paid within two weeks of leaving school, formal charges will be filed. All other students will return their iPads during the last week of school. The same iPads will be re-issued to students when they return in the fall of the next academic school year.

Questions? Concerns? Comments?

  • If you have questions about how to login to Schoology or other applications visit www.isd623.org/familytechresources
  • If you have questions about the 6th - 12th grade 1:1 iPad Program, feel free to fill out this form. 
  • To get support with technology issues click HERE.

A member of the technology team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you!
ISD 623 District Technology Team