Facilities Planning

District Launches Long-Range Facilities Planning Process

Roseville Area Schools is undertaking a major facilities planning process with a goal of identifying ideas on how to best use our facilities to meet the needs of our students, staff, and the communities we serve. Wold Architects has been hired by the district to conduct a thorough review of the mechanical and structural components of the district’s buildings including an analysis of how they are being used.Wold will also guide the district through the process of gathering feedback from staff, students, and the community. This process will lead to a collective vision for the future.

Community Meeting Summarizes Citizens Committee Findings

With the completion of the first phase of the district’s facilities review process, Roseville Area Schools hosted a public meeting to present the findings of the three Criteria Committees as well as outline the next steps. Vaughn Dierks, a partner in Wold Architects and Engineers, presented summary information from each of the three Criteria Committees — Physical Criteria, Educational Criteria, and Activities & Community Criteria. (To view the presentation, click here.) In addition, four community members who participated on the criteria committees had an opportunity to speak to attendees before Dierks, Superintendent Aldo Sicoli, and Director of Business Services Shari Thompson answered questions from attendees.

Next Step: The Options Committee

The next phase of the process will be the creation of an Options Committee. The responsibility of the Options Committee will be to assist in the development of options to address the facility challenges identified by the Criteria Committees. The Options Committee is not a design committee, and design activities will take place next year. To express interest in participating on the Options Committee, please click here.

Questions? Please contact the Facilities Planning Committee at 651-628-6440 or send us an email at facilitiesplanning@isd623.org.