Distance learning is underway for all Roseville Area Schools. Click for more.
Distance learning is underway for all Roseville Area Schools. Click for more.

Governor Tim Walz has ordered that all schools to remain closed and distance learning began Monday, March 30. Distance learning will continue through at least May 4. All other activities and events are canceled through May 4. Information about your school's distance learning plan is available at isd623.org/covid19.


  • We are providing child care for elementary-age children of health care professionals, first responders, district educators and other emergency workers to ensure Minnesota’s first line of defense against COVID-19 can stay on the job. 
  • School meals are a vital source of nutrition for many students, and we are providing free meals to any child 18 and under during this school closure. 
  • Visit isd623.org/covid19 for details.


RAMS Student Support Services

Posted on April 3, 2020

We want to ensure that students have the social and emotional support they need during distance learning. If you feel your student needs additional support, please contact one of us.  We want students to feel cared for and supported by their school community.

RAMS Plan for Distance Learning

Posted on March 26, 2020

RAMS Plan for Distance Learning

Governor Tim Walz has declared that all schools in Minnesota will begin offering distance learning this coming Monday through at least April 30th. At this time the governor is asking schools to prepare for students returning to school buildings on Tuesday, May 5. Please keep in mind that these plans could change. This message is to provide you with an overview of our distance learning plans.

Please watch the introduction video for our plans to provide distance learning to your child.  Following the introduction video, the RAMS Admin team will provide you with an overview of how we will use distance learning to meet the educational needs of our students. 


Information about COVID-19 and the coronavirus

Posted on March 18, 2020

Minnesota—like the rest of the U.S. and world—is experiencing a pandemic outbreak of COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus. Learn what we are doing in Roseville Area Schools to protect, serve and educate our community.

Roseville Area Schools Food Shelf

Posted on March 18, 2020

Roseville families can access the drive -thru food shelf from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. The food shelf is closed on Tuesdays & Thursdays. 

Location: Roseville Area High School, 1240 County Rd. B2                    

No ID required, no appointments necessary. Just show up.  

Message to RAMS Students from Administration

Posted on March 17, 2020

RAMS Students,

Good morning to you all. As you know, all schools in Minnesota are closed for the next two weeks in response to the COVID 19 pandemic.

I am writing to let you know that your principals, teachers and support staff from RAMS are thinking about you. I hope that you are safe and secure and not having too much fun (Just Kidding :-) )

On a serious note, as a school, state, and country we are experiencing something that we have never experienced before. That being said, here at RAMS we are in the process of making plans on how to best support your education from this point forward.  As I write this letter to you, your teachers and the support staff are here in the building establishing creative ways to provide instruction to you via distant learning.   This is not ideal but this how we will be able to deliver instruction to you in the safest way possible.

Roseville Area Schools Presents Karen Culture Show

Posted on February 11, 2020

Roseville Area Schools' Karen community will present a Karen Culture Show, taking place at Roseville Area Middle School this Saturday, February 15, 2020, from 1 – 3 p.m. The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature local Karen artisans performing music, dance and demonstrating Karen weaving.

School Board Takes Oath of Office, Elects Officers

Posted on January 23, 2020

At the Jan. 14 meeting of the Roseville Area Schools Board of Education, newly elected and re-elected directors took their oaths of office. After their swearing in, the board elected officers for 2020.