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Digital Equity Family Survey

Posted on September 16, 2021

The Minnesota Department of Education’s data reporting system is requesting school districts to collect data on technology and Internet access. Please complete this survey to help us gather information on your families' technology access. This information will help us work with the state to improve technology access for learning for all students.

RAMS Town Hall Meeting

Posted on August 24, 2021

7th Grade Family Town Hall Online - TONIGHT Tuesday, August 24 - 6:30-7:00pm


7th grade families who are interested in learning general information about RAMS and meeting the RAMS administrators are welcome to join us tonight on Zoom, Tuesday, August 24th, 6:30-7:00pm. The link for the Town Hall was shared in an email and a recording of the meeting will be shared out afterwards for those who were not able to attend.

Please call or email Linsey Owen, RAMS Building Secretary, if you need assistance during the meeting 651-482-5284.

School Board Approves Masking Requirements for Start of School Year

Posted on August 17, 2021

On August 17, the school board of Roseville Area Schools adopted a resolution requiring all students, staff and visitors in early childhood programs through grade 12 and adult education, to wear a mask while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. View the full resolution.

Please Complete an Application for Educational Benefits

Posted on August 16, 2021

Even though meals are free through June 2022, all families are encouraged to complete an Application for Educational Benefits, often referred to as the free and reduced-price meal form. Complete the application online at frapp.isd623.org.

RAMS Back to School Information

Posted on August 12, 2021

We are so excited to have everyone back in the building in a few weeks! 

Continue into the full page for more information and links to important back to school information. 

Questions About Masking in Schools this Fall

Posted on July 22, 2021

With the emergence of the Delta variant as the dominant strain of COVID-19 in our state and across the country, we have received many questions about our plans for health and safety precautions at the start of the 2021 - 2022 school year. At this time, there are too many unknowns to be able to answer this question definitively.

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