Challenge #2: Outdated Classrooms & Community Spaces
What our students learn and the way they learn has changed significantly since most of our schools were built in the 1950s and 1960s. Today’s students are experiencing a greater emphasis on collaboration, technology, and individualized instruction. We need to make sure our schools meet the needs of our kids.
Improved Safety & Security
We must ensure that all buildings have controlled access at main entrances, centralized video security, safe student pick-up and drop-off areas, and sprinkler systems.
Career & College Readiness
We are preparing students for college and the world of work. We need to modernize classroom spaces built in the 1950s and 1960s to make sure they will prepare our students for life after high school today.
Modern Science Labs
We must update science labs at Roseville Area Middle School and Roseville Area High School as well as provide a science lab for students who attend Fairview Alternative High School.
Updated Athletic Facilities
The district’s two pools and the Roseville Area Middle School football field and track are examples of athletic spaces that are showing significant deterioration. Beyond the RAHS swimming/diving teams, 1,591 community adults and youth enrolled in swimming lessons and exercise classes during the 2016-2017 school year.
The Roseville Area High School auditorium is unable to accommodate the number of requests both by school-based and community groups.