News

Managing Your School Newsletter Subscription

Posted on August 11, 2017

Every school in Roseville Area Schools has a newsletter that goes out via email. This newsletter is a great resource as it contains important school news and upcoming events. If you need to make ANY changes to your electronic newsletter subscription, we have outlined a few easy steps you can take.

Distance Learning Technology Support

Posted on September 1, 2020

If your child is in need of a technology device to participate in our distance learning option this fall please complete this form (versión en español). You will be contacted by your school when devices are available for pickup.  If you have any questions regarding technology during distance learning email disttech@isd623.org or call 651-604-1435.

Our 1:1 program provides an iPad for all students in grades 7-12. You do not need to request a technology device if you have a student in grades 7-12.

Free/Reduced Meal Applications

Posted on August 10, 2017

Have you filled out your Free and Reduced Meal Application this year? This must be filled out annually and, in addition to providing meal benefits, also provides important funding for your student’s school! Fill it out online today at https://frapp.isd623.org/

District e-newsletter - March 17, 2021

Posted on March 18, 2021

The latest news and events from Roseville Area Schools. In this issue: Spring opportunity for elementary grades to transition to in-person learning; Supporting Asian American students, families and staff; RAHS 9th graders began blended learning this week; news from USDA; financial forecast; and upcoming events. Read the newsletter.

School Board Selects Dr. Jennifer Loeck as Next Superintendent

Posted on February 25, 2021

After an inclusive process that involved input from staff, families, students and members of the community, the school board of Roseville Area Schools has selected Dr. Jennifer Loeck to be the district's next superintendent.

A Message from Superintendent Sicoli on the Attack on the U.S. Capitol

Posted on January 8, 2021

Superintendent Sicoli sent a statement to staff and families about this week's insurgent attack on the U.S. Capitol during a joint session of Congress. The message, available below, includes resources for talking with young people about the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, racism, and ending white supremacy.

Staged Reopening of Schools for Early Learning and Elementary Grades Starting Jan. 26

Posted on December 28, 2020

Elementary students will begin a phased transition to in-person learning four days per week beginning Jan. 26, attending in-person Monday through Thursday with an asynchronous learning day from home on Fridays. After spring break, we will transition elementary grades to five-days a week in person, with the length of the school day reduced by 30 minutes to allow for teacher planning. Click to read details of our plan.

Governor announces changes to state's Safe Learning Plan, allowing elementary schools and early learning programs to open in January

Posted on December 17, 2020

On Dec. 16, Governor Walz announced changes to the state’s Safe Learning Plan for the 2020-21 School Year that would allow us to begin bringing our youngest students back to school for blended or in-person learning starting as soon as January 19. We are hopeful that we can make the necessary adjustments to begin a transition in January, but will continue to monitor health and safety conditions that might interfere with this timeline.

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