Planning for the Future

Planning Process Overview

The Roseville Area Schools planning process is anchored in our long-standing commitment to quality teaching and learning, and equity in all we do. Using an inclusive and participatory process, we are inviting input from key stakeholders and will use your contributions to shape analyses, a refined mission and vision, and draft strategic goals and strategies. We will share those drafts for your feedback, use the results to finalize a rigorous Strategic Plan, and work together to ensure every student has the opportunity and support to succeed.

  • April-July Round 1 input; results shared publicly
  • July-September Guided by Round 1 results, conduct analyses and draft refined mission and vision, goals, and strategies
  • September-October Round 2 feedback on drafts and use results to finalize the Strategic Plan
  • October-November Make changes to align with and advance Strategic Plan implementation and monitoring

Level of Engagement

Roseville Area Schools is committed to collaborating with key stakeholders on this strategic planning process. The goal is to collaborate with stakeholders in each aspect of the planning process, including developing options and deciding on the preferred direction. Our promise to our stakeholders in that we will look to you for advice and innovation in formulating solutions, and incorporate your advice and recommendations into the decisions to the maximum extent possible.

Engagement Objectives

Roseville Area Schools is committed to the following objectives to guide our stakeholder engagement:

  • Anchor our strategic planning engagement in equity
  • Conduct engagements with cultural humility and an appreciation for the depth and breadth of stakeholder contributions
  • Deepen relationships between RAS and key stakeholders
  • Meaningfully engage a racially and culturally diverse range of key stakeholders
  • Gather diverse perspectives from our key stakeholders 
  • Strengthen mutually beneficial collaborations on behalf of students and families
  • Provide stakeholders with essential background information and context about the school district’s work, commitment to equity, and this strategic planning effort
  • Ensure engagement opportunities and formats are welcoming, respectful, culturally appropriate, accessible, and safe for stakeholders
  • Offer multiple opportunities and formats for key stakeholders to contribute